I know the prices have gone up on everything, that is crazy. Just like the old dodge trucks I consider high at 1500 and needs a lot of work, when I was buying them a few years ago for 300-600Friend of mine just sold his 1969 Charger RT , 440 auto, factory air car.
Was a solid driver quality car. Been color changed and I dont think had the numbers drivetrain. Right around 80k
I suggest you seek counseling immediately! Electric shock therapy might be necessary!Go to $18k, then up in about $3k increments until he shows some interest. IMO, that should be about $23-$28k, although I would pay that. I may be the only person alive that doesn’t like 68-70 Chargers, even when I was younger I turned down a 68 that was for sale for $1200
I hear you,I sold my 70 Road Runner convertible project last year! My parents bought this new in 1970,it was our family car. I'm the same way with Chargers.
Actually, since I knew early on that we were going to become friends later in life, that I should concentrate on another model and leave all the Chargers for you to find. I’m sure you must’ve picked that one up in the trailer park, and the $1200 one had long studs in the rear axle, so I’m sure it was raced a little before you picked it up. It was that gold color with a black tail stripe. Probably an R/T, but what did I know back then. I was too busy turning down that 68 GTX that had 45k mile on it for $4500, and that a12 Bee under that tree for $400.