|Auction Close||Year||Make/Model||Sold $|
Dodge Charger1967 Dodge Charger Base 5.2L
|$1,200||[ view auction details ]|
Dodge Charger"1966 DODGE CHARGER 440 COUPE, FACTORY AIR CAR"
|$12,400||[ view auction details ]|
Dodge Charger67 Dodge Charger progect Partialy restored
|$3,252||[ view auction details ]|
Dodge Charger"1966 Dodge Charger 383ci 4bbl A/T, A/C Numbers Matching"
|$3,050||[ view auction details ]|
Dodge Charger1967 Dodge Charger - 440 MAGNUM V8 WEDGE - 410 HP - NO RESERVE - AMAZING POWER
|$19,600||[ view auction details ]|
Dodge Charger1966 dodge charger big block 383 car freash build NO RESERVE!!!!!!!
|$10,910||[ view auction details ]|
Dodge Charger1967 Dodge Charger Mopar Big Block Rolling Project factory a/c Pre Dukes Style
|$1,000||[ view auction details ]|
Dodge Charger1966 Dodge Charger Base Hardtop 2-Door 5.9L
|$3,400||[ view auction details ]|
Dodge Charger1966 Dodge Charger 2 Door Fastback 318 Automatic Very Desirable
|$3,500||[ view auction details ]|
Dodge Charger66' Dodge Charger
|$7,250||[ view auction details ]|
|Engine Options||318-440 cubic inch V8|
|Max Power||230-425 horsepower|
|Parts & Support|
Dodge re-skinned the Coronet with a unique 4-bucket-seat fastback body, and the personal-performance Charger was born. The sleek new car proved popular in stock car racing, where David Pearson drove one to the 1966 NASCAR championship. Engines went from the thrifty 318 V8 all the way to the mighty 426 Hemi. Many reproduction parts are available for the B-Body Mopars, but those items unique to the Charger can be more difficult to find. 426 Hemi cars are extremely valuable, but most Chargers came with the 383 V8 - beware of fakes. Plain-Jane Chargers run $19,000 - $25,000, but those numbers can triple for a real 426 Hemi.