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Some say it’s just a Dodge Charger with a nose cone and a tremendously large wing, yet it’s these attributes that allowed the Daytona to become the first NASCAR car to reach 200 mph (322 kph).

The charger will return in 2022. The Daytona is one of America’s most expensive classic muscle cars. Restored, Concours-ready models typically have six-figure prices, while a very unusual HEMI unit set a new record of $1.32 million in May 2022. that you see here has changed hands for a lot less, but it’s still just as beautiful.

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This vibrant green Daytona sold for $418,000 at Mecum Auctions’ Dallas 2022. Yes, it’s not as expensive as the $1.32 million record holder, but keep in mind that it lacks dynamics. HEMI muscle. This “winged warrior” is powered by a 440 cubic inch (7.2 liter) RB V8 engine and $400,000 is a lot of money for a non-HEMI Daytona.

This Daytona is a single owner car with the same number plate. I’m referring to the body panels, engine and transmission. It also comes with a few unique extras, such as the A36 Performance Axle Package with a 3.55 rear ratio. Furthermore, the metallic bright green, white stripes on the outside are combined with the white and black inside, making it a very rare color combination.

As you can imagine, the Daytona has undergone a thorough restoration. The procedure was conducted in 2002, a year after the owner took the car out of long-term storage. Yes, this Mopar wasn’t driven much when it was new and spent about 30 years in the garage. This isn’t the only “flying warrior” to be auctioned off in Dallas. A 1970 Plymouth Superbird also sold for six figures. The Superbird, an orange 440 6-BBL, with only 13,900 miles (22,370 km) on the odometer, has found a new owner for $324,500.

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The Mopars rounded out a top five list that included three Ford GTs, all of which had minimal mileage. A 2006 model cost $434,500, while a 2005 model cost $467,500. The most expensive vehicle at the event was a 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition with only 420 miles (676 km) on the clock. The supercar cost $704,000.


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