1968 Coronet 440 values???

1968 -1970 Mopars

  1. N501man

    N501man Member

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    I’m looking at a clean driver 68 coronet 440. It had a 318/904 and now has a 440/727. The good is it’s got some engine and suspension upgrades and a clean interior. The bad is some rust in the rear quarters and trunk deck lid, but overall the body is in good shape. The sellers asking 26k does that seem a little high??

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    Asking 26k seems fair. I would settle around 22.
     
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    The "asking" prices on classics is crazy. Everyone seems to think anything running and driving is worth $35K. Add a recent paint job and the price jumps to $60k. Good luck with the Coronet. $22k seems like a fair deal to me.
     
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    Aftermarket AC too.
     
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