$869,000 for 3 Plymouths - good deal or no?

Aug 08, 2019,14:23 PM

These three cars from Sox & Martin's Racing Team just sold for $429k, $220k and $220k. Compared to what some exotics bring, I think I'd rather have one of these guys. Perhaps #3 appeals most to me.

1970 Plymouth Barracuda, 1968 Plymouth Barracuda, and 1967 Plymouth Belvedere.

Dang it, the more I look the more I like this one too. Look at the stance!


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These are true legends, national trophy winners, one-of-a-kind factory race cars snuck out into private hands, etc. [nt]

 By: cazalea : August 8th, 2019-14:29
Also single-handedly you can exceed the global warming potential of a small country...

These are pure drag cars, Nicolas - doubtful . . .

 By: Dr No : August 8th, 2019-16:00
. . . any of them could be street-driven. (Unless modified, of course.) The one I'd want is Bill Bagshaw's . . . . . . phenomenal Hemi Challenger. My idol since high school. [Bill B in recent years, retired from racing since the late '70s] Art ...  

I can almost smell the fuel ! ...

 By: Cpt Scarlet : August 8th, 2019-15:14
and the burning rubber ;-))

As I said before, . . .

 By: Dr No : August 8th, 2019-15:54
Jive-talkin'? . . . . Oh, and it's the '68 for me, just on account of its original cross-ram manifold ;-) . . .

Wich side

 By: Jurry : August 9th, 2019-05:49
If it’s a good deal or bad deal very much depends on which side you’re on.

Middle. No2 [nt]

 By: Gelato Monster : August 11th, 2019-18:09