i have a 1968 dodge charger 383 automatic for sale. all original. needs upholstery repairs & paint job. how much should i ask for?

Asked by Feb 23, 2014 at 01:42 AM about the 1968 Dodge Charger

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my dad recently past away & left behind his '68 dodge charger. it has been kept in the
garage always. it starts & runs.

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236,775

Probably worth around $10K to the right buyer. But muscle car prices are funny, some drivers will pay more than what they are really worth to relive the good ol' days. Start the ad higher and work down from there. Check some online ads, like www.ebaymotors.com and www.hemmings.com for comparisons.

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