Dodge Dart/Challenger/Viper/Ram SRT10 - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Dodge Dart/Challenger/Viper/Ram SRT10 market review 2020

Dodge Darts from the late 1960s will look familiar to Australian enthusiasts because their sheet metal from the windscreen back was used by our own two-door Valiants. They also cost around the same as a Regal V8. Dodge Challengers have no local equivalent but unless you find a highly desirable Hemi or 440 Six-Pack they will cost less than a local Charger V8.

The V10 Viper sports car showed early signs of popularity but the excitement faded and 1990s cars have slipped below $100,000.

For lovers of US pickup culture, the Viper’s 10-cylinder features in SRT10 versions of the half-tonne Ram.

These are gaining value, both here and in the USA, and A$70,000 is fair money for an excellent RHD converted example.

Dart V8 1964-70 $35,800 [5]

Challenger 318/383 $58,000 [6]

Challenger 340/440 $74,665 [3]

Challenger Conv. $96,000 [1]

Viper 1993-99 $95,995 [4]

Viper 2000-06 $147,495 [4]

Ram SRT10 2004-08 $88,820 [5]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

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

Understanding our value guide price charts

 

| 2019 Market Review: Dodge Dart/Challenger/Viper/Ram SRT10

 

From Unique Cars #447, December 2020

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