What kind of information if any does that tell you?@SgtSuperbird beat ya to it (Post #4) .
Doing some amateur sleuthing here....
That car is shown on the Super Bee Registry website, indicating the following:
204 D32 330342 Y3 H2T T7 V1X V8X
A04, A62, B51, G15, G33, J25, L31, M21, R11
Comparing to the presented tag (agree, that appears to be a repro):
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Yep, somebody at some point registered the car on the Registry as represented on the tag for sure...
That is what I wanted to hear!How do you guys know that is a phony tag?Dang mopars are either rusty or all kinds of things been modified?I about bought a nice which I thought 68 GTX until I had it inspected and rust under where trunk hinges was bad.Dang rear window had been leaking and was about to probably fall in!Outside of car looked beautiful?IMO, a color changed 383, column shift auto, superbee with a phony tag isn’t worth anywhere near 38,000.
that asking price would be enough to make me turn the page.
I'm not saying things are cool or not cool.No,I have not looked at car in person.
For some reason you guys are telling me a lot of things are not adding up correctly?
I agree with you 100%.It is scarry out there looking for these cars.I mean the asking price is 38K which I think is way to much for this car,just my opinion.I'm not saying things are cool or not cool.
What I AM saying is, doing some rudimentary online searching, I cannot find any current listings
for that car anywhere, but I am finding old listings - going back some years in some cases - on
some of the more well-known questionable websites out there.
It's ALWAYS good practice, on any such potential purchase, to do your due diligence. Homework,
research, whatever you want to call it - gather up enough tangible, credible evidence the car first
actually exists and is being offered legitimately by a real person.
If it is, then insist on either a) yourself or b) a trustworthy representative for you to inspect the
car in person. Lay hands on it, check out the various stampings, markings, any documentation
I mean, we're talking a ton of loot here, right? Call the "owner" on the phone. Dig up whatever
history is online for the car. Dig up whatever info is online of the owner.
There's WAY too many scams, fake deals and false websites out there to do otherwise.
There ya go. Good.I agree with you 100%.It is scarry out there looking for these cars.I mean the asking price is 38K which I think is way to much for this car,just my opinion.