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#2338347 - 07/17/17 11:38 AM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
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Neat car. Color not really relevant due to condition/mileage, and the desirability that those 2 items create here. No one interested in that car is walking away because it's green.

Does it have 70 rally wheels on it?
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#2338376 - 07/17/17 12:38 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
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Man I wouldn't mind just being able to see the car. It looks like it is in Ontario. More pros than cons with this car. I could still see some jackass buying it and making it into some sort of clone or resto mod.

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#2338391 - 07/17/17 12:57 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: BloFish]
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Originally Posted By BloFish
To me, that's 25K in bragging rights. I'm in a 50K


to the gold chain auction guys 25K is a night at the Bellagio....heck I would probably ask 100K.......just the idea that nobody has screwed it up for over 50 years is worth a ton.
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#2338396 - 07/17/17 01:04 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: not_a_charger]
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[img:center]https://ibb.co/dDePZa[/img]

It has the original tires and rims. The tires are original to the car.

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#2338423 - 07/17/17 01:44 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
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Vette, E body, and a Ferrari sharing the garage with it.. Nice company..

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#2338426 - 07/17/17 01:47 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
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Original tires/rims, Bill of Sale, build sheet and everything original including the old owner kept the spark plugs and fan belts from the factory.
This thing is ridiculous and worth big bucks.
Please please don't change a thing on it and just enjoy it!

I think it would be a great reference car for those restoring 68 Chargers.
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#2338437 - 07/17/17 01:57 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
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Reasonable to assume there's not another 2nd gen Charger left in that original state?
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#2338442 - 07/17/17 02:06 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
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Probably is but you'd be hard press to find it/them.
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#2338447 - 07/17/17 02:14 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
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Is it in Kansas? Recent barn find? I just viewed one at the HPAC show here in kansas city, and it was a really cool 68 with 75k miles. Not sure if it was for sale, but my estimate is 25-30 fairly easily.

It was a 383 2v, I was thinking.


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#2338461 - 07/17/17 02:26 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: cdp]
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Originally Posted By cdp
Is it in Kansas? Recent barn find? I just viewed one at the HPAC show here in kansas city, and it was a really cool 68 with 75k miles. Not sure if it was for sale, but my estimate is 25-30 fairly easily.

It was a 383 2v, I was thinking.


When I first read that (I'm on a conference call at the same time) I read HPAC and thought I saw you were at an HLPAG show, especially since it was Charger related.

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#2338465 - 07/17/17 02:31 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: cdp]
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no, my car is not in Kansas. Thats a different car,

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#2338531 - 07/17/17 04:59 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
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Wow... that's a truly special car. I don't want to guess its value, but given how 2nd gen Chargers have taken off and the originality of this vehicle, I'd say its value would be right up there with most of the non-hemi R/Ts.

For me the green/green would be a plus, as it's one of my favourite colours, so even if you decide to sell it one day, you just have to find the right person who digs the colour. Just because green is constantly put down here, doesn't mean everybody hates it. twocents

Would be an amazing reference car for others doing restorations.

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#2338585 - 07/17/17 06:05 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: ChryCoGuy]
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Originally Posted By ChryCoGuy
Just because green is constantly put down here, doesn't mean everybody hates it. twocents


What isn't "put down" here?

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#2338636 - 07/17/17 07:37 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: UCUDANT]
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Originally Posted By UCUDANT
Originally Posted By ChryCoGuy
Just because green is constantly put down here, doesn't mean everybody hates it. twocents


What isn't "put down" here?


Mustangs. rolleyes
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#2338653 - 07/17/17 08:03 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
zbc51 Offline
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ok guys, to get back on track of this particular car

15k miles
original paint, body
original interior
383 4bbl, 727

is somewhere between 50-60k the ball park?

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#2338654 - 07/17/17 08:04 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
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#2338731 - 07/17/17 09:40 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
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no disrepect to the gentlemen with the barn find Charger with 70k miles which is amazing enough but this car is something very special.
A true survivor with ridiculously low 15k miles, all documentation is very hard if not impossible to find.
Regarding what its worth, depends on the buyer and does he appreciate and want to pay a premium for a car that's as close to coming from the factory as I've ever seen.

If it were mine, I wouldn't concern myself with what it's worth as it wouldn't be going anywhere.
Great find, just enjoy it in good health.
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#2338790 - 07/17/17 10:47 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: KARLN]
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#2338843 - 07/17/17 11:50 PM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
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The car in the pictures with light green paint is featured on DodgeCharger.com. The OP is MoparStuart. He started a thread with something like...68 Charger survivor-Perfect car.
Not to belittle the guy, but his definition of perfect would change after seeing the car featured in THIS thread. The light green car is a fairly straight classic but is not nearly in the same class as this one.
Stuart had refused to tell what he paid. That pisses me off when guys buy these cars and jump right on the internet to brag about the GREAT deal they just got....THEN refuse to say what they paid. What the heck are they hiding from? A guy posted up a nice 68 Coronet R/T, bragging about the excellent condition, putting up a bunch of pictures (Oh no, I have NO intentions of selling this one) Then a few months later the car is listed for sale because the owner felt the car was too nice to keep for himself.

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#2338867 - 07/18/17 01:19 AM Re: Survivor: original 1968 charger non r/t, what is it worth? [Re: zbc51]
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From the 1 picture posted, the car looks nice, but can't make any judgement. I love survivor cars. Cars that are nice and really don't need anything but detailing to bring it up to par.

50-60 grand for a 383 charger survivor, though very cool and unique, ... would still take a special buyer for that much coin. Another 20k and you can take a pick of many Hemi cars out there for sale.

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