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Old 12-11-2015, 11:37 PM
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Default 1969 hemi super bee for sale... What's it really worth?

I want to buy this car off an old friend of mine. He's owned it since 1971 (2nd owner) the car has only 19k original miles on it, silver/black, auto on the column, bench seat and its all #s matching. I have known of this car for over 20 years and just recently my friend told me he would be willing to sell it. There is nothing wrong with this car and has been in a climate controlled garage for about 40 years.... Can anyone help me with a value on a car like this? I was thinking its in the 100k ballpark... Is that high? Low?
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Old 12-12-2015, 08:06 AM
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You can search several online sites for price comparison. For example:

http://classiccars.com/listings/find...odge/super-bee
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Lot of things effect value, It's a hemi car so it's rare. If you give me the first few of the vin i can tell you how many where produced. It's one of these two... WM21J9 WM23J9

https://www.hagerty.com/valuationtoo...eport?vbe=7342
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I would agree with the six figure price or just under it. The column shift will drop the price a bit, but not much. I would make sure the transmission and engine stamps match the VIN to verify 'numbers matching'.
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Besides the obvious #'s drivetrain, I would think the color's gonna help.
Silver changes to a special order code for B bodies in '70. Road grime gray started to get popular as the public got lazier it seems, lol. Our past 2 trucks weren't that color cause we didn't want to have to wash it as much but I'd be lying if I didn't think about it when buying, lol.

Lots of things influence value. As much as it pains me to say it, you might want to check out the results of the Scottsdale Barrett Jackson auction this year. It was held just this past week as a matter of fact.

How's the paint/condition?


My buddy has owned his '69 R/T for about 30 years, 3 pedal 3:54, Canadian.




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Damn that car is sweet.....
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