Chrysler Valiant/Regal/VIP/Hardtop 1966-1971 - 2021 Market Review

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Chrysler Valiant/Regal/Vip/Hardtop (1966-1971) 2021 Market Review

Valiants from the late-1960s are climbing in value and those gains will likely be sustained. Six-cylinder cars make excellent family cruisers, with wagons offering masses of space at prices in the $15-20,000 bracket.

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Regals weren’t overly luxurious and the original paint and trim aren’t likely to have survived so don’t pay too much if a car has been restored in non-authentic colours.

Hardtop VF-VGs with V8 engines are becoming expensive when compared with imported Dodge Dart hardtops that share the same body.

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VIPs are scarce too, however some very good cars survive and $35-40,000 is fair money.

VC V8s are more valuable but asking prices of $100K and more are difficult to justify.

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VC-VG $18,200 [11]

VC-VG Regal $21,774 [16]

VC V8 $66,835 [3]

VE-VG VIP 40,335 [3]

VF-VG H/Top $40,450 [8]

VF-VG Regal V8 Hardtop $54,000 [2]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

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

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From Unique Cars #450, March 2021

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