1969 Dodge Charger R/T: Gambling Man?

1969 Dodge Charger RT

The other day we featured a rusted out 440 R/T that is getting a lot of bids. Well, today Robert R. emailed us a link to this 1969 Charger R/T. It has supposedly been parked in a barn for 28 years so it’s going to need a full restro too, but it still has it’s engine in place and some of the rust repair has already been completed. The seller is asking $15 grand for it though. That may seem like a lot of money a project car, but remember, after a full restoration it could be worth around $50k! So, do you think it’s worth the premium or would you take your chances with the rusty one on eBay? Take a closer look here on craigslist. The car is located in Indianapolis, Indiana and has a clear title. Thanks for the tip Robert!


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  1. James Walker

    Should have kept the one I owned it was a factory 440 6pack
    I still miss it

  2. Vince Habel

    people are crazy for they prices they pay for cars in this condition.

  3. Cameron Bater UK

    Not for me, as much because I’d rather invest in a Good rolling chassis and Rebuild one from there, dropping in high performance parts as I go. change a few body parts on the way up and finish with a truly unique vehicle.

  4. jim

    IF someone paid 15K for the car, you can easily add another 25K to restore it. Having done a couple B body restorations, and with prices on roller coaster trends, it would be difficult to re-coup your investment. Definitely, a candidate for restoration IF, you have the ability to do the sheet metal work yourself.

  5. Brent

    They’re not making them anymore

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