Seems some are misunderstanding my basic point of view.
First the car can be compared to any other car. There are no rules, only differences.
It can be compared to a model T ford or a 65 mustang.
The point is, when comparing it to a run of the mill mid level car such as a 1969 chevy camaro with a 350/th350.
Here is what is happening on this site.
There is a fairly rare up market Chrysler for sale.
If people can agree on that.
The site this discussion is hosted on, is a special interest site for fans and owners of these particular types of cars.
The overall consensus on this individual car, is that its over priced. By an amount, that the special interest group has not offered up.
The punch line here is. ding ding ding. That project plane jane camaros sell for this kind of money all the time. They literally made a quarter million of them.
You can actually build a 69 camaro from entirely aftermarket parts starting with no original car.
A camaro of comparablle rarity if there even is such a thing, would be twice this price.
This is an unusual site, more so than any other, the members are happy to tell what you should do with your car , what its worth, and what the factory intended you to do with it.
This is my perception anyway.
About 15 years ago I was on a truck site where a man was literally irate because trucks of the brand and parts were being sold for scrap and crushed.
When face with the statement that the people that had identified themselves as the fans and collectors of said trucks should buy them and save them.
He was insistent that they were not worth that kind of money. So the scrap yard should pay less per pound?
It's a strange concept to me.
This winter I have been into the Cold War motors channel and therefore have been pitched several other Canadian channels and was surprised to learn that they are still baling cars in mass up there. Maybe not still, maybe now its worth it where as it was previously not.
Hard to believe you can't get more than recycle value