A 1968 Dodge Charger sits in a shed awaiting its new owner. The dusty vehicle was up for auction on eBay and led to a sale of $29,300. The unkempt and dusty state of the car kept the bids from going any higher.
The eBay listing indicated that the seller purchased the Charger from its previous owner who kept it from 1969 to the 1990s. During this time period, the green vehicle sat in an Alabama barn, then moved to a shed.
According to the seller, the Charger has 63,319 miles on it. It is equipped with a 383, 8-cylinder engine. It has factory air and, from what the seller could ascertain, a working battery and lights. Both the interior and exterior colors are green.
It was originally sold in 1968. The second owner purchased it in 1969, and that’s when the Charger sat in the barn, with the exception of light usage in the 1970s and 1980s, decades ago.
Despite this example’s dusty state of being, a base 1968 Dodge Charger sold for just over $3,500 when new. Adjusted for inflation, that would be just over $25,000 in today’s money, meaning that these classics have appreciated in value significantly, and likely will continue to do so.