In the early 70's, for a consumer to flop out $4500 on a new Hemi something-or-another was almost unheard of. $85 dollars a month was a rich mans car payment. 35 years later its the same thing, just add zeros to the end of the numbers. Seems that one thing rings true: you never pay too much for a Mopar, you just are buying it EARLY. We have assembled a group of nostalgic Chrysler products manufactured from the mid 60s through the late 70s. Although not the $100,000 type, these vehicles are of the muscle car era, and are affordable. We look for entry level cars that are a realistic possibility for the average buyer. Sometimes clones are available as an alternative to paying for a car that probably shouldnt be driven because of its collector value. Unless so stated in the description, these cars are in super good shape for their age. Some have been refurbished to be outstanding models of their era and in most instances, they have many serviceable miles left in them.