For Sale 1974 DODGE MONACO at Copart. The Copart Cop Car is Back!

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  1. Wildbunch02

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    Lot # 48145608 Glossary

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    Odometer:
    57,530 mi (EXEMPT)



    Highlights: Donated Vehicle Enhanced Vehicles

    Primary Damage: MECHANICAL
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    VIN: DK41U4D2157**




    Features

    Body Style:
    Color: BLUE
    Engine Type: No



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    Transmission: AUTOMATIC
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    Keys: YES










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    The Seller has placed a reserve price on the lot. If the minimum bid is not surpassed during the virtual auction the Seller has until 6:00 PM PST one business day after the sale to accept the bid.

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    Location: CA - FRESNO
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    Sale Name: CA - FRESNO
    Sale Date:
    Thu. Oct 25, 2018
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    Time Left: 2D 15H 58min
    Last Updated: 10/22/2018 10:18 pm
     
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  2. CBODY67

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    Cop antenna. Cop loud speaker. Where'd that air cleaner come from? And those '62 Buick wheel covers?

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    Primary damage "Mechanical" safe to assume it is a non runner with a bad motor.

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    This sold for like $800 a few days ago. I wonder what happened.
     
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    I watched the auction last time, someone from California and Germany going back-and-forth. The high-bid was supposed to send it across the pond, but I can only imagine how radioactive a no-title, salvage auction car from the US is a to German DMV bureaucrat...
     
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    This must be bought and preserved (No Bluesmobile) by someone here! I nominate Zac!
     
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    You are close about the wheel covers. I would say that they are from a 61.
     
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    Reserve met with current bid at $3,050. Maybe it will sell this time.
     
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    '61 Buick or '62 Buick, certainly NOT Mopar. Some might wonder where those wheel covers came from?
     
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    Buy it for 5900 (it had some rust) and then ship it to Poland. I was going to bid on it but decided my 74 clone was better. It is a real car and hope it is restored. I would have. BUT I can't give this real 77 PK away!!! Crazy

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    What did it sell for?
     
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    $5,900
     
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    62 Optional wheel cover , usually see them on the higher ends ones such as my 62 Electra . DSC04244.JPG
     
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    I can't believe somebody paid $5900 for that car.

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    It seems mental.
     
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    This isn't the same car that already sold on Copart, that was a 75 Monaco. That car is already being flipped. This one looks cleaner.
     
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