I guess we could argue if that's a $30,000 car but it's been A LOT of years since you could buy one of those in that condition for $1,900-2,500 OP.
Then you would also love 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix cars, I have one (421 tri-power 4 speed, power everything) and that is one of the features of the car I love. DaveI'm a Ford guy but I've always loved the coke bottle styling of those chargers. Absolutely beautiful. (and 67-69 barracuda's, but I digress...)
Yeah, 30 grand is way over the top but on the other hand, if it sells..then that's what it's worth. If it doesn't sell, that is the truth it is overpriced or "what the market will bear"
I see lots of rough 6 cylinder 1st gen Camaros with those same asking prices,....but just because they are asking that, doesn't make them worth it,...and doesn't mean they'll ever sell them for that.I've looked at some pretty rough 318 cars that the guys were asking $16-20K.
I guessing the car is a 69. That’s an “A12” car along with the 69 440-6 Road Runners. Those were the first 440-6 cars and the only until 70 came around. Yes, years ago they spiked in value and have come back down some since. The AAR and T/A trans am e bodies of 70 also did the same thing at about the same time.Seems like Mopars go up and down in value. My buddy has a #'s matching original 440 six pack Super Bee that was worth over $100K a few years ago, he says he can only get about 70 for it now.
Have you looked at a calendar lately? It's 2020 and cheap Chargers haven't existed for 30+ years.Factory big block 440 car numbers NOT matching, 68 date code correct. Rebuilt 440 motor, 4 speed...houston.craigslist.org
It doesn't seem long ago that I could have picked one like this in this condition for about $1900-$2500.