Survivor '67 Hemi Coronet

1966 -1967 Mopars

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    Any word on how it did. Ron
     
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    MarPar If it weighs, it pays FBBO Gold Member

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    looks like it sold for 62g's

    with protect-o-plate and all :eusa_eh:
     
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    It sold for way to little for an original survivor. Beautiful piece of history.
     
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    Yeah, he was hoping for a little more than that.
     
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    Someone is going to jail for STEALING!! They STOLE that thing in my opinion.
     
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    That kind of parallels the experience I witnessed at the Salmon Brothers Collection Auction by Mecum a couple summer ago. They had a 66 Coronet Hemi (not R&T) and a 67 Belvedere Hemi. Both nice cars with the Coronet a repainted but very nice car except for an incorrect painted dash. The Belvedere was a former black drag car and was back in original condition but the paint was tired and checking. I thought the Coronet would go for big bucks but the Belvedere was a little tired looking and I thought I might have a shot at it. Jeez - the Belvedere shot up to about $95k just like that based on it's former racing history. Then the Coronet came up and it topped out at about $60k and they rang it sold before I could even gather my wits about it. Fooled me. Coronets may just be off a little in the market.
     
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    Now that is a great piece of history. Well worth every penny.
     
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    And why didn't you get your hands on it? Family should mean something.
     
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    I'm not sure why you would make such a bad assumption that I couldn't have the car if I wanted it. Yes, it's a cool car full of history but my garage is very full of other cars that I'd much rather have, cars that I can drive around and fry some tires with. That Coronet should be preserved and belongs with a car collector.
     
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    Seems right to me. 66 & 67's have really never been the big money cars. Just last night I saw a very nice looking 69 Hemi R.R. a34 survivor with a 92k asking price
     
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    Ya seems that car sold low looking for a 67 coronet Wo 4 speed car if you have any knowledge of another one
    Thanks

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