Hey y'all - I am thinking about selling my '74 Challenger. I hate the idea of not having it anymore, but with the economy the way it is, I am trying to rid myself of debt. The Challenger is a matching #'s 318 w/ 727 column-shift automatic. It has power steering and brakes (front disk), working AC (compressor turns on and off, but it could stand a charge), an added digital tach, power antenna and electric trunk release where the cigarette lighter is. It also has '71 aftermarket 15x7 rally wheels on it. The glass in the car is the best I have ever seen - no streaks, no scratches. The interior is good. I have never searched for a buildsheet, but the car does have matching numbers on the cowl, radiator support, VIN, door and fender tag, and the original window sticker and bill of sale are with the car. It was originally bought in San Antonio and later ended up in Virginia, as the owner was stationed at the local air force base in Hampton. He sold to the guy I bought it from a few years back, and I bought it last year to drive until I got my Cuda done. It is in very good condition; The undercarriage is perfect. There is one small area of rust on the top of the cowl just underneath the driver's fender, and I am assuming that the car suffered light rear-end damage a long time ago - there is some filler on the back corners where the chrome trim is on the tail panel. It was fixed well, but if you look hard, you can see the imperfections. The car gets compliments everywhere it goes, and I have 2 guys from the Friday cruise-in who really want to buy the car. Although I tell them to make me an offer, they just ask how much I want for it. I'm not really pressed to sell it - I just would for the 'right' price, and I am not sure what that is. It has a lot of wonderful qualities, but it is a column shift (which I love!), and I know a lot of folks don't like that. Be honest!
Thanks for any input.