Roger Wroley is ready to sell his 1972 Dodge Challenger (10:1 compression ratio, 281 cam, 470 lift). Wroley's put years of tender loving care into this HEMI replica that originally cost $3,800. At auction, he thinks he might get $60,000 for it.
But he's up against some pretty stiff competition at the KRUSE Vintage Car Auction in Scottsdale, Ariz. The fairgrounds are packed with American icons of an era past. There are the ever popular '57 Chevys and a 1956 Oldsmobile with only 21,000 original miles. There's a Super Bee, a Dodge 1970 Coronet, and the pink 1957 Thunderbird convertible is getting a lot of second looks.
Mickey Weise, the former race car champion, wants to add to his collection. He's got his eye on a BOSS Mustang. The bidding will probably start at more than $100,000 for this jewel.
But Roger Wroley may have a secret strategy to sell his Challenger.
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And watch the broadcast tonight for more from correspondent Kevin Tibbles on why these very hot wheels are going for unbelievable prices.