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- Jun 23, 2021
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- San Diego
1971 In-Violet, white top, 383 with Air Grabber Hood, 4 speed Hurst pistol grip with white interior bucket seats and Gull-Wing.
Hey Guys, wanting to see what you guys think... I'm a proud yet humble owner of a non-project 1971 Plymouth Roadrunner (I added photo of my RR). And, as many of us do, I frequently go window shopping to see what the independent market looks like... mostly on FB Marketplace, Ebay and Craigslist.
First of all, it's not normal to see 71-72 roadrunners on sale that often. But lately, there has been an influx of non-project roadrunners hitting the market. I just checked Ebay and they have several 1971 roadrunners for sale with prices ranging from $70,000 to $90,000 and then they have a few 1972 roadrunners for sale with prices ranging from $50,000 to $70,000. I know asking and getting are two different things, but it seems like everyone is asking high!
And there are even some project roadrunners with strong pricing. What do you guys think is going on with these prices? Is this normal or...? Because I don't want to sell my roadrunner but dang, it gets tempting when if they start selling for big prices!