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  • #19352

    The ‘Burg
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    Hey Guys! I’m trying to find a home for a really sweet 2011 Challenger SRT8, MANual transmission, and less than 2K on the clock. One of the sweetest Challengers I’ve ever seen. tell your friends!

    Copy and paste the link because this site’s direct link isn’t working:

    https://www.autolenders.com/used-car-inventory/Dodge-Challenger-BH601378

    #19354

    ALUX
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    #19362

    Moparian
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    In a few more years. :grinning-smiling-eyes:

    #19746

    The ‘Burg
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    Sold today, to a lucky guy from Virginia. We picked him up at the airport this morning, and he has a transporter coming to pick the car up today.

    Cheers and Congratulations!

    #19799

    lengnert
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    Nice one!

    As much as it made for a great buy, for a 2011 Chally to only have 2K on the clock….?

    Alternately, I was watching the Barrett-Jackson auction this weekend and a 2007 Porsche 911 hit the blocks with almost 188K on the odo!! I don’t think I have ever seen any Porsche with that many miles on it…. Somebody enjoyed the hell out of that car! And it still sold for $28,000 or so.

    #19809

    kamikazeKID
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    How about that Demon tho!

    #19836

    The ‘Burg
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    Nice one!

    As much as it made for a great buy, for a 2011 Chally to only have 2K on the clock….?

    Alternately, I was watching the Barrett-Jackson auction this weekend and a 2007 Porsche 911 hit the blocks with almost 188K on the odo!! I don’t think I have ever seen any Porsche with that many miles on it…. Somebody enjoyed the hell out of that car! And it still sold for $28,000 or so.

    It happens. Remember that 2004 Honda S2000 with 6600 miles on it? I have it being transferred here today. I also have a 2002 S2000 with only 14K on it, it’s here now. Customer is coming in on Saturday.

    #19837

    lengnert
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    Nice one!

    As much as it made for a great buy, for a 2011 Chally to only have 2K on the clock….?

    Alternately, I was watching the Barrett-Jackson auction this weekend and a 2007 Porsche 911 hit the blocks with almost 188K on the odo!! I don’t think I have ever seen any Porsche with that many miles on it…. Somebody enjoyed the hell out of that car! And it still sold for $28,000 or so.

    It happens. Remember that 2004 Honda S2000 with 6600 miles on it? I have it being transferred here today. I also have a 2002 S2000 with only 14K on it, it’s here now. Customer is coming in on Saturday.

    Yup…. I do not mean to say it was a bad thing that the previous owner didn’t get out and enjoy the Chally (well, maybe a little :relieved-face: )….

    And I not necessarily demeaning the value of the car, either….

    But, as nice a model as it seems, it does not appear to be a ‘Collector’s’ model…?
    Or, is it (as a reason for essentially garaging the car for the last 5-6 years)?

    #19838

    The ‘Burg
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    Nice one!

    As much as it made for a great buy, for a 2011 Chally to only have 2K on the clock….?

    Alternately, I was watching the Barrett-Jackson auction this weekend and a 2007 Porsche 911 hit the blocks with almost 188K on the odo!! I don’t think I have ever seen any Porsche with that many miles on it…. Somebody enjoyed the hell out of that car! And it still sold for $28,000 or so.

    It happens. Remember that 2004 Honda S2000 with 6600 miles on it? I have it being transferred here today. I also have a 2002 S2000 with only 14K on it, it’s here now. Customer is coming in on Saturday.

    Yup…. I do not mean to say it was a bad thing that the previous owner didn’t get out and enjoy the Chally (well, maybe a little :relieved-face: )….

    And I not necessarily demeaning the value of the car, either….

    But, as nice a model as it seems, it does not appear to be a ‘Collector’s’ model…?
    Or, is it (as a reason for essentially garaging the car for the last 5-6 years)?

    I hear you. It should be a criminal offense to keep a Challenger like that confined to quarters for 6 years. However, it does happen. I was working for Mazda when the Miata was introduced. I had a guy buy two of them from me (at $2500 over list price, each). One was to be his daily driver and the other was going up on blocks, into dehumidified storage, because he was convinced it would be a future classic and would only appreciate in value. I did my absolute best to not convince him he was misguided in his thinking. It was sooooo hard to sit there and nod in approval. :laugh:

    #19839

    lengnert
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    LMAO, picturing that scenario is a real Friday morning treat!

    But…. if he trailered it home, put it on blocks and never registered it…… would he still be able to sell it with the factory warranty? Because that could reeeeeaaaalllly add value!

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