Pete Gossett
Pete Gossett MegaDork
7/16/17 6:34 a.m.
scottdownsouth Reader
7/16/17 7:20 a.m.

Somebody forgot a zero ?

Cooter HalfDork
7/16/17 7:34 a.m.

No photos of the motor in question. I just sold a storage unit find 1976 truck forged crank 440 and 727 for $500 that was complete and spun freely. If the engine is a cast crank engine? $5-700, maybe? Forged crank? $750? Magnum motor? Possibly almost the asking price.

That said, the most common "440" found in these is something swapped in from another car. Usually a cast crank 440 from a later New Yorker, or even a 400 from a Newport. I've even seen 360s called 440s. Get a good photo of the area at the front of the intake manifold by the drivers side head, and we can talk.

GTXVette Dork
7/16/17 9:30 a.m.

71 and 2's are not collector cars, 440's are Very common, that is all it's worth, but that car needs 20 thou. to be Nice, I work for a Chrysler restorer and he won't even Look at One. so say Bye Bye.

Pete Gossett
Pete Gossett MegaDork
7/16/17 11:06 a.m.

In reply to GTXVette:

It must be an age thing, because I prefer this body style way more than previous ones.

GTXVette Dork
7/16/17 3:51 p.m.

I love a 63 through 67 car not much prettier than a 65 Coronet, really love a 66 Charger and 67 GTX. But the boss won't even look at them.

Cooter HalfDork
7/17/17 6:29 a.m.

There is no money in restoring them, but the prices of parts has gone up quite a bit.

drainoil HalfDork
7/17/17 11:08 a.m.

Joe Dirt like?

7/17/17 12:14 p.m.

I like this body style Charger along with the Roadrunner Satellite etc early 70's

Kenny Wayne Shepherd has or had a very nice 72, I believe it was stolen but was possibly recovered.

yupididit Dork
7/17/17 5:52 p.m.

If I could use this for rally cross!

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