Chrysler Royal/Valiant/Regal 1957-1966 - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Chrysler Royal/Valiant/Regal (1957-1966) 2021 market review

Early Valiants haven’t achieved the same auction-site superstardom as some Holdens and Falcons yet continue to deliver sustained growth and good value.

| Buyer's Guide: Chrysler Valiant VC 1966-67

Early R and S Series cars resemble no other Aussie Valiant and R versions are so rare that excellent survivors now exceed $40,000. S Series are easier to find and their increasing prices hopefully are sustainable.

| Buyer's Guide: Chrysler Valiant AP5-AP6

Less likely the AP6 V8 offered at $60,000 and genuinely worth around $45,000. Most AP5s and AP6s entering the market have been sanely priced at $15-20,000 and appeal to the more cautious buyer. Plymouth-based, 1950s Chrysler Royals typically remain at around $20,000.

Royal Sedan $22,160 [6]

R Series $37,790 [5]

S Series $23,210 [16]

AP5-AP6 $14,260 [18]

AP5-AP6 Regal $19,375 [6]

AP6 V8 $60,000 [1]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2021 Aussie Family & Sports Car Value Guide.

| 2019 Market Review: Chrysler Valiant/Regal 1971-1981

| 2019 Market Review: Chrysler Valiant/Regal/VIP 1966-1971

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


From Unique Cars #450, March 2021

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