Complete high end muscle car collection for sale

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Complete high end muscle car collection for sale

Postby XenShooter » Wed Jun 07, 2017 10:18 am

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Re: Complete high end muscle car collection for sale

Postby Dave P » Wed Jun 07, 2017 4:01 pm

Don't show this to Nic -- I think he likes mopars.
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Postby Casual » Wed Jun 07, 2017 8:19 pm

Dave P wrote:Don't show this to Nic -- I think he likes mopars.

He's moved on to Vespas
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Re: Complete high end muscle car collection for sale

Postby Nicolas » Fri Jun 09, 2017 7:29 am

Casual wrote:
Dave P wrote:Don't show this to Nic -- I think he likes mopars.

He's moved on to Vespas


Bollocks have I ..... the link is dead [smilie=012.gif] sure would have liked to have seen the cars

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Re: Complete high end muscle car collection for sale

Postby czharry » Fri Jun 09, 2017 2:01 pm

"Flagged for removal"?! WTH.

The pics were nice, had me drooling of days gone buy when I was a teenage nipper.
Well, I have the text.
The cars are located in Kissimmee, Fla.

Complete high end muscle car collection for sale
I'm ready to retire. Having this many cars is too much work, so the whole collection is for sale. I'm not interested in trades. Listed below is the info and prices for each car: Most are matching numbers and fully documented

1968 Hemi GTX convertible ( one of 36) $175k

1966 hemi charger $70k

1970 challenger RT 440-6 $70k

1961 Sunliner convertible $28k

19691/2 Superbee 440/6 coupe $75k

1969 1/2 Superbee 1969 1/2

Superbee 440/6 hardtop coupe
$80k

1969 charger 500 $85k

1969 Road runner convertible $40k

1969 Hemi RT coronet ( one of 39 built) $105k

1969 Yenko camaro $250k

1970 Cuda AAR $75k
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Re: Complete high end muscle car collection for sale

Postby czharry » Fri Jun 09, 2017 2:23 pm

I found the pics, but I don't know which car is which.
Guy's name is Mark Goodall.

Here's a few pics I hand loaded.
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Re: FOUND IT: high end muscle car collection for sale

Postby czharry » Fri Jun 09, 2017 2:26 pm

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Re: Complete high end muscle car collection for sale

Postby Nicolas » Sat Jun 10, 2017 5:00 am

I think it is about the worse time to sell muscle cars the guy is about 5 years to late to command those prices..... The 440's and the AAR may get close but the rest no chance...... Am I right or wrong ?

I dig this colour combo and would love it on our Coronet 500;

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Re: Complete high end muscle car collection for sale

Postby g.willikers » Sun Jun 11, 2017 10:24 am

Collector car prices have gone down since the heyday of investors, rather than only car enthusiasts being involved in the market.
Judging from the car shows and auctions, the right car will still bring very good money.
It's the ordinary ones that have slipped in prices the most.
Muscle cars seem to still lead in desirability, though.
It's mostly the heavily optioned big engine ones in perfect condition that collectors want.
Any little flaw or lack of goodies hurts a lot more than it used to.
If those convertibles are as good as they look in the pictures, they should still ring the bell, especially at an auction.
A well advertised and name brand auction house would do them justice.
Expensive, but with high end cars, it could be money well spent.
Nothing better than lots of buyers in one place bidding against one another.
They will always pay more than they would any place else.
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