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What is a reasonable price for a 1967 Chrysler New Yorker?

I have a 1967 Chrysler New Yorker 440 4-door coupe. This vehicle needs restoring but everything is in fair condition with no damage or rust. What is a reasonable price to sell?

Asked on 17 December 2018 by Norbert

Answered by Keith Moody
As always, it is tricky to say without seeing the car. Ben Klemenzson, editor of Classic American Magazine, estimates you car is worth £6-8k. He adds, 'Ask for £10k and negotiate down. Mopar values are strong at the moment, but really more for the muscle car varieties and Chargers are going for silly money, however, the garden variety models like the New Yorker command less.'
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