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I’ve been wanting to get back into the Magnum game, and I’ve found my perspective new toy! Before I pull the trigger I’d love input. Magnum RT with the road and track package with decent mileage, in great condition. Everything still stock. What would you consider a good price for this?
 

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I’ve been wanting to get back into the Magnum game, and I’ve found my perspective new toy! Before I pull the trigger I’d love input. Magnum RT with the road and track package with decent mileage, in great condition. Everything still stock. What would you consider a good price for this?
I'm the original owner of my 2007 Magnum R/T with Road & Track package and I'm about to list it for sale here in Austin, Texas.
I ordered it from the factory and had it delivered to my local dealership in California where I lived at the time.
While I have a general idea of the market value, I'm not exactly sure.
It would be interesting to hear what others think.
The only mod I've done is coil over adjustable height shocks, since the stock height was a bit high with the 20" rims.
 

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I bought my 2008 Dodge Magnum R/T from the original owner who had bought it from the factory (so no dealer badges on the car!) a few years ago here in Virginia. The car had about 21-23 thousand IIRC, might have been more but definitely not more than 40K.

I bought it for $25K because of a unique situation with the owner. Car had been garaged for a while.

Just going to list out the options it had: had the 20 inch chrome rims, "racing seats" with R/T stitching, myGig system, 5.7L Hemi, roof rack, heated seats, leather seats, automatic seats, bump shifter. Tires were fairly new.

Hope that helps a little, I know my situation was a bit unique and I got lucky.

I've had absolutely no major problems with it other than the tie rods going all the time but if you have a mechanic put them on they can warranty them and just replace them free. Very easy engine to work on (not too cramped).
 
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