Last post on Oct 13, 2009 at 9:31 PM
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#850 of 852 Re: I like that '70 Olds 98.... [Mr_Shiftright]
Oct 08, 2009 (8:16 am)
A slightly funky '66 Charger with 383 is probably worth no more than he paid for it in 2000.
I forget now how much he ended up selling it for. My friend had a bad habit of over-paying for things when the times were good, thinking that the prosperity would go on forever. He'd bought a few other overpriced toys, but compared to them the Charger seemed downright cheap. I remember at one time he said he was looking for $4-5K, and I was kinda tempted. However, the '66-67 Charger really doesn't excite me. Now if it was a '68-70 Charger, or even a Satellite or a '68-69 Coronet (don't care for that double-loop bumper '70 as much) I probably would've hopped on it!
#851 of 852 Re: I like that '70 Olds 98.... [andre1969]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Oct 08, 2009 (8:48 am)
if it's not a R/T or a Big Block or a '68 on up, it's really a fairly ordinary and plentiful car.
#852 of 852 Re: I like that '70 Olds 98.... [andre1969]
Oct 13, 2009 (9:31 pm)
no, the dealer near us was Daniel Schmitt (www.schmitt.com); nice cars and usually good selection, but their prices are pretty high. St. Louis Car Museum (they should use the term lightly) is lots of fun....tons of cars and automobilia in a huge warehouse.