According to the seller, who purchased it last year, the green 1968 Dodge Charger vinyl-top coupe was bought by its previous owner in 1969 and used until the early 1990s. Later, it was parked in an Alabama barn before being moved to a shed about five years ago. (The question is….Are barn-kept shed finds a thing?)
The car’s engine is a 383/330 V8 and an automatic transmission. The seller says that it’s mostly original, as far as he knows, and that the engine turns over, but that he hasn’t tried to get it running. Barnfinds.com says that the condition of the motor shows that it hasn’t run in a long time, and that the brake and fuel systems also appear to be in bad shape.
It does have factory air conditioning, a well-maintained interior and an odometer that reads 63,319 miles, which is described as correct.
The Hagerty Price Guide says that a car like this in it’s current condition could be worth around $20,000. it could be worth $50,000 or more for one that’s been through a full restoration, something this example is a prime candidate for. Bidding had already hit $29,000 as of Monday morning ahead of the auction close at 7:30 pm central time, so the market seems to agree with Hagerty. As of right now, the auction has ended and the winning bidder won this classic car barnfind for $29,300Categories: Blog