MaxWedge Tribute (not mine)

1962 - 1965 Mopars

  1. greycharger

    greycharger Active Member

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  2. Ironbuilt

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    Because it "would make an excellent Max Wedge tribute, street machine, or drag car", that means it's worth $4,500.00?!? Amazing what sellers try to get for a $1,500 roller.
     
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    • matthon

      matthon Well-Known Member

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      Seems a reasonable asking price to me. Front floor is $600+, without install, pedals go for $500, the two rear trunk trim pieces are impossible to find, extra parts.
      I know some pieces, like the non push button dash panel, can be found for a decent price, but like most 62 pieces, some are ridiculously priced.
      Not going the max wedge route myself, but as just a starter 62 Dart it appears to be a good candidate.
      I'm not sure the door panels are impossible to find, but I don't need any!
       
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      I like it. Lots of potential. I'd like it much more in the $3000 range.
       
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