Chrysler Pacer/Charger E38/E49/E55 - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Chrysler Pacer/Charger E38/E49/E55 market review 2020

Pacers and Chargers are less common than other types of locally-grown performance cars yet prices remain significantly lower than rival models. Four-speed, triple-carb Chargers are the exception and even though we ignored an asking price approaching $700k, $250-300,000 is realistic for a car this scarce and significant.

Or perhaps spend half that amount on a ‘street spec’ E48. A single-carb VH R/T at less than $100K offered value and authentic E38s in the region of $200,000 would offer reasonable buying as well.

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At around $100,000, if only you could find one, would be a Track Pack VG Pacer, with 2BBL VG sedans and hardtops are now at $50-60,000.

For some underpriced Mopar history, an early VF Pacer or final-series VH will cost around $30,000 each.

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VF Pacer $35,450 [2]

VG Pacer $62,975 [4]

VG Pacer H/Top $58,665 [3]

VH Pacer $28,500 [1]

Charger R/T $99,000 [1]

E38 $222,500 [2]

E48 $135,000 [1]

E49 $330,000 [2]

E55 $80-125k [N/S]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2020 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

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From Unique Cars #447, December 2020 


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