Last post on Nov 23, 2007 at 11:57 AM
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#47 of 48 Re: How about a '67 Cornonet R/T convertible? (parm) [Mr_Shiftright]
Nov 22, 2007 (8:20 am)
Okay, but 628 is still awfully rare compared to 10,000! As for the Hemi, I doubt if they made more than 70-100 of them with it. And with all the aftermarket conversions, clones, crate Hemis, etc, I'd imagine there are more 426 Hemis running around today than were originally produced!
#48 of 48 Re: How about a '67 Cornonet R/T convertible? (parm) [andre1969]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Nov 23, 2007 (11:57 am)
Rarity alone doesn't count. People have to want the car as well. Some 6 cylinder convertible can be rarer than any Hemi but it won't have much value.
Anyway, without documentation one's Hemi-engined car is often regarded as a counterfeit.
Burden of proof is on the owner. Even VIN tags and data plates are suspect.
Again, muscle car prices are all about the engines, not the cars.