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Old 02-13-2007, 02:31 AM
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hello
i buy a 28 years ago a dodge challenger `70 with a 383 high performance
elictrick windows and still has 30.000 km
its one off three build and sold in France Paris
the plate sign is sold in Paris Champ Elyse by Simca Crysler 1970
me is told the sold 3 challengers one hemi one 440 and one 383 wich i have
now the tell me that the car is verry hot in USA and i can get a lot off money for it is that truth??
the car is almost totaly restaured all is new and the first engine (matching nr)still inn
so whats next
is there some one whit a lot off dollars??
or shell i keep it
greetings from the Netherlands
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Old 02-13-2007, 11:28 AM
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Send pictures of the car and the VIN #. The Challenger is red hot right now, people are getting top dollar for the car. The more rare and optioned out it is, the more its value is. We would like to see interior shots and under the hood also. Another factor is how original the car is and how many original parts are still on it. Please share some pictures of this car with us, so we all may enjoy the car. Thanks.
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will do that soon
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First of all, welcome to the site. To be honest, the Challenger like lear4406 said is becoming a highly demanded car over here; however, if you are wanting to sell it, you should check to see how popular it is in your country and the other European countries first. Since it is more rare in Europe, the demand might in fact be higher than it is over here. Sometimes the super rich people in your continent are looking for these and might pay more, plus it cuts down on the red tape of trying to send a car over from Europe. Good luck in your decision, and as lear4406 said, please post some pics.
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Old 02-13-2007, 07:24 PM
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Wow Quickie! Your Challenger is one of about two hundred that was "assembled" in France. I use the term "Assembled" very loosely, because most of the these cars were assembled at Hamtramck, then all final production of the Challengers were assembled at the SIMCA plant in Paris. The Challengers were shipped to France, about 95% assembled, things like trim and headlights are done in France.

Most of the Challengers were painted white, and had black interiors. The VINs are different than its bretheren stateside, thanks to regulations in France, the Challengers had partial vins (0E126085) because of the partials stamped all over the car. The fender tags were made of aluminum, and some of the cars had Talbot rear view mirrors installed on them as well.

There was reported that ONE French-Assembled Hemi car was exported back to the states.

Hope this helps...I think I have posted this topic somewhere here before...
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great info kelly...
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