Seriously Valuable Mopar “Fast Facts” Book

This “Fast Facts” book looks interesting, but it’s the auction’s bidding action that really caught my attention. It currently has 46 bids and is sitting at an astonishing $560! That’s a lot of money for a three ring binder and a few pieces of paper. Take a look here on eBay where the auction ends later tonight!

Apparently, this cool reference manual was given to Chrysler and Dodge salesmen so they could quickly lookup the details of each model. The seller claims that this one is a rare Canadian version and that it was never used.

I love automobilia just as much as the next guy, but the excitement around this book still baffles me. We are accustomed to Mopar muscle cars going for big bucks though. Perhaps this is just the Hemi ‘Cuda convertible of Mopar manuals?

Fast Finds


  1. Luke Fitzgerald

    So, if it’s Canuck, what’s the fuss? – only kidding, eh – looky at it go

  2. Coventrycat

    Dealer stuff is neat, but it’s lot of money to sit on the bookshelf after you’ve looked at it once.

  3. wuzjeepnowsaab

    WTH? Where are these people with crazy money when I’m selling something haha

  4. Rod

    It would be a nice conversation piece but not at that kind of money. I would rather put it into my car.

    • D

      Put the notebook in the car? Be a cool addition to car show trinkets around the car

  5. Jay E.

    500 is the new five dollars.

  6. rustylink

    LOL – Challenger “the Comer”…!!!!

  7. Jeff Staff

    I have considered throwing some money at automobilia in the past, but it always comes back to, “$500 on the shelf or $500 into the car?” The answer is easy.

    • al8apex

      The difference is you will get the automobilia $$$ back


    Dealership material like this is very rare. It was thrown away when the new model year came out and almost everyone never had the hindsight to save it. I have threw serious money at some AMC dealer items years ago and it was well spent. A complete set of Data books, 1968-1979. The Holy Grail is the American Motors Performance Activities book. Trying to start a muscle car collection of dealer literature now better tap into your 401K. An easier way is to collect new model items of your driver or of cars you can’t afford for another ten years or so. Media only material given to members of the press during a major auto show is very exclusive and also very affordable now. The manufactures come out with unique items along with press release material are very collectible.

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  9. Dwight

    Try buying “The Book of Norman” on Sunbeam Tigers….typically over a grand.

    • Healeymonster

      Your right and that’s if you can find one for sale..

  10. leiniedude leiniedude Member

    Sold for $560.00 with 46 bids.

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