Chrysler Royal/Valiant/Regal 1957-1966 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Chrysler Royal/Valiant/Regal 1957-1966

R Series Valiants have galloped past $30,000 and we suspect that any outstanding, original car to reach the market might bring $40K.

If you want the R Series shape but at half the price, 1962-63 S Series are more common and remain steady in the $15-20,000 range.

Switch your interest to the longer, broader AP5-AP6 and cost drops even further. Basic 225 versions in good condition are around $15,000, with excellent six-cylinder Regals at $20-24,000.

These were the first Valiants offered as a station wagon or utility and those cost around the same as sedans.

V8 AP6s were Australia’s first ‘family supercar’ and authentic survivors cost $35-40,000. The Royal offers 1950s style for similar money to a Valiant.

Royal Sedan $18,650 [5] 

R Series $35,000 [2] 

S Series $19,125 [16]

AP5-AP6 $15,500 [33] 

AP5-AP6 Regal $20,960 [8] 

AP6 V8 $36,000 [2]

 

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 Aussie Family Car Market Value Guide.

 

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