How Much an Original 440 Six Pack Car is Worth: Recent Prices

I’ve been researching 440 Six Pack/6BBL cars for years. They’ve always been worth more money when new and today as a collectable. Let’s take a close look at how much an original 440 Six Pack car is worth.

Restored 440 Six Pack cars with their original engine are worth from $91,300 to $1,100,000 with an average price of $231,612. Restored 440 Six Pack cars with unoriginal engines are worth from $72,500 to $209,000 with an average price of $117,958. The worth depends on condition, rarity, options and originality.

This article lists the latest prices of original 440 Six Pack/Six Barrel cars. In addition, I’ll examine which models, options and types bring the most money and which ones are more affordable.

How Much an Original 440 Six Pack/6BBL Car is Worth

The following are the average sales prices for a 440 Six Pack/6BBL car from high to low:

CarRestored/UnrestoredEngine
Original/Unoriginal
Price
1971 Plymouth Cuda ConvertibleRestoredOriginal$1,100,000
1970 Plymouth SuperbirdRestoredOriginal$275,000
1970 Plymouth Cuda ConvertibleRestoredOriginal$247,500
1970 Plymouth SuperbirdRestoredUnoriginal$209,000
1971 Plymouth CudaRestoredOriginal$192,500
1970 Dodge Charger R/TRestoredOriginal$152,900
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T SERestoredOriginal$143,000
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T ConvertibleRestoredUnoriginal$137,500
1970 Plymouth CudaRestoredOriginal$132,000
1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12RestoredOriginal$124,500
1969 Dodge Super Bee A12RestoredOriginal$123,750
1970 Dodge Charger R/TRestoredUnoriginal$119,900
1970 Dodge Challenger R/TRestoredOriginal$101,200
1971 Dodge Charger R/TRestoredOriginal$95,700
1969 Dodge Super Bee A12RestoredUnoriginal$95,150
1970 Plymouth GTXRestoredOriginal$91,300
1970 Plymouth CudaRestoredUnoriginal$73,700
1970 Dodge Challenger R/TRestoredUnoriginal$72,500
1971 Dodge Charger Super BeeUnrestoredOriginal$52,000
The average sales prices for 440 Six Pack/6BBL cars from high to low.

The following are the average sale prices for restored 440 Six Pack/Six Barrel cars with the original engine:

  • 1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12 is $124,500
  • 1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 is $123,750
  • 1970 Plymouth Superbird is $275,000
  • 1970 Plymouth Cuda Convertible is 247,500
  • 1970 Plymouth Cuda is $132,000
  • 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T SE is $143,000
  • 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T is $101,200
  • 1970 Dodge Charger R/T is $152,900
  • 1970 Plymouth GTX is $91,300
  • 1971 Plymouth Cuda Convertible is $1,100,000
  • 1971 Plymouth Cuda is $192,500
  • 1971 Dodge Charger R/T is $95,700

The following are the average sale prices for restored 440 Six Pack/Six Barrel cars without the original engine:

  • 1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 is $95,150
  • 1970 Plymouth Superbird is $209,000
  • 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Convertible is $137,500
  • 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T is $72,500
  • 1970 Plymouth Cuda is $73,700
  • 1970 Dodge Charger R/T is $119,900

The following are the average sales prices for unrestored 440 Six Pack/Six Barrel cars with the original engine:

  • 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee is $52,000

The values in this article are the average of the past 12 months of sales. Some models are not represented due to lack of sales, like the ’70 Sport Fury GT.

Sales of 440 Six Pack/6BBL Cars the Past 12 Months

Let’s start with the most recent auctions and known sales of original 440 Six Pack/6-BBL cars for the past year. Examining the most recent sales is the best way to determine the worth of a car.

Six Pack and Six Barrel (6BBL) are the same exact engine. Chrysler called it a 440 Six Pack when installed into a Dodge and 440 Six Barrel when installed into a Plymouth.

The sales below are not clones or tributes. They are original 440 Six Pack/6BBL cars from the factory. They may have a replacement engine or the original.

If you’re interested in the worth of the 440 Six Pack engine alone without a car, check out my other article, The Worth of a 440 Six Pack/Six Barrel Engine.

The following are the most recent sales of original 440 Six Pack/6BBL cars, the date they sold and for how much:

1971 Plymouth Cuda Convertible Sold for $1,100,000

Sold in August 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

The car has its original engine and has had an extensive restoration. It retains all of its original sheet metal and full drivetrain.

1971 Plymouth Cuda convertible with 440 6BBL sold for $1,100,000 - Mecum Auctions.
1971 Plymouth Cuda convertible with 440 6BBL sold for $1,100,000 – Mecum Auctions.

The odometer shows 21,026 miles. The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 6BBL engine and drivetrain.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Power brakes.
  • Power steering.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Column shifter.
  • Rallye gauges.
  • Rallye hood.
  • Styled magnum 500 wheels.
  • Red exterior.
  • Black top.
  • Black interior.
  • Original broadcast sheet and fender tags.
1st Car in the video – 1971 Cuda convertible sells for $1,100,000

1970 Plymouth Cuda Sold for $68,200

Sold in August 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This is an original V code car but doesn’t have the original engine. The block, heads and intake are date correct.

This car was estimated at $90,000 to $100,000 but sold for much less. The buyer got a bargain. The car has been completely restored.

1970 Plymouth Cuda with a 440 6BBL sold for $68,200 – Mecum Auctions

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Date correct 440 6BBL engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Power brakes.
  • Power steering.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Standard gauges.
  • Rallye hood.
  • Steel wheels with hubcaps.
  • Black hockey stick stripe.
  • Yellow exterior.
  • Black interior.

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Sold for $72,500

Sold in August 2022 (Bring A Trailer)

This car doesn’t have the original engine and is an older restoration. It doesn’t have the original wheels on the car but were included with the sale.

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T with a 440 Six Pack sold for $72,500 - Bring A Trailer.
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T with a 440 Six Pack sold for $72,500 – Bring A Trailer.

Highlights for the car include the following:

  • 440 Six pack engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Power steering.
  • Power brakes.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Pistol grip shifter.
  • Rally gauges.
  • Rallye hood.
  • Black exterior.
  • Black interior.

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T SE Sold for $99,000

Sold in July 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This car has its original engine and has been fully restored. The car is a SE.

1970 Dodge Challenger 440 Six Pack with a tan interior sold for $99,000 - Mecum Auctions.
1970 Dodge Challenger 440 Six Pack with a tan interior sold for $99,000 – Mecum Auctions.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 Six Pack engine.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • 8 3/4 axle with 3.55 gears.
  • Power windows.
  • Power brakes.
  • Overhead console.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Rallye gauges.
  • Rallye hood.
  • Black vinyl top.
  • Black exterior.
  • Tan interior.

1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 Sold for $96,800

Sold in July 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This is an original A12 car but doesn’t have its original engine. It has a date correct Six Pack engine and intake manifold.

The car has been fully restored and has all of its original body parts.

1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 with a 440 Six Pack sold for $96,800 - Mecum Auctions
1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 with a 440 Six Pack sold for $96,800 – Mecum Auctions

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Date correct 440 Six pack engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Bench seat.
  • Flat black lift-off hood.
  • Black Bumble Bee stripe.
  • Orange exterior.
  • Black interior.

1970 Cuda Sold for $79,200

Sold in July 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

It’s an original V code car but it appears the engine is not original to the car. The car has been fully restored.

1970 Plymouth Cuda with a 440 6BBL engine sold for $79,200 - Mecum Auctions.
1970 Plymouth Cuda with a 440 6BBL engine sold for $79,200 – Mecum Auctions.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • 440 6BBL engine.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Power brakes.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Rallye gauges.
  • Steel wheels with hubcaps.
  • Rear window louvers.
  • Front and rear spoilers.
  • Shaker scoop.
  • White hockey stick stripe.
  • In violet exterior.
  • White interior.

1970 Plymouth GTX Sold for $91,300

Sold in July 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This V code car has its original 440 6BBL engine. The car has been restored and has the rare Gator grain vinyl top.

1970 Plymouth GTX with a 440 6BBL engine sold for $91,300 - Mecum Auctions.
1970 Plymouth GTX with a 440 6BBL engine sold for $91,300 – Mecum Auctions.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 6BBL engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle.
  • Power brakes.
  • Power steering.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Rallye wheels.
  • Air grabber hood.
  • Black gator grain vinyl top.
  • Deep burnt orange exterior.
  • Burnt orange interior.
  • White stripes.

1970 Dodge Charger R/T Sold for $152,900

Sold in June 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

The car has its original 440 Six Pack engine. It has a rotisserie restoration fully documented.

The car has some rare options like the rear spoiler and painted hood with 440 callouts. The odometer reads 45,000 miles.

1970 Dodge Charger R/T with a 440 Six Pack sold for $152,900 - Mecum Auctions.
1970 Dodge Charger R/T with a 440 Six Pack sold for $152,900 – Mecum Auctions.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 6BBL engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Power brakes.
  • Power steering.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Pistol grip shifter.
  • Rear spoiler.
  • Black paint on hood with 440 callouts.
  • White Bumble Bee stripe.
  • Orange exterior.
  • Black interior.
  • Original broadcast sheet.
  • Original fender tags.

1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 Sold for $93,500

Sold in June 2022 (Bring A Trailer)

This car doesn’t have its original engine. It’s an older restoration and has minor body imperfections like a small ding and a few scratches.

The car was repainted black but its original color is Bahama Yellow. The car doesn’t have its original wheels.

1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 with a 440 Six Pack sold for $93,500 - Bring A Trailer.
1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 with a 440 Six Pack sold for $93,500 – Bring A Trailer.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • 440 Six Pack engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Pistol grip shifter.
  • Black exterior (unoriginal color)
  • Black interior.

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Sold for $101,200

Sold in May 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This V code Challenger R/T has its original 440 Six Pack engine and has been fully restored.

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T with a 440 Six pack sold for $101,200 - Mecum Auctions.
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T with a 440 Six pack sold for $101,200 – Mecum Auctions.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 Six Pack engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 3.54 gears.
  • Power steering.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Pistol grip shifter.
  • Rallye gauges.
  • Rallye wheels.
  • Shaker scoop.
  • Plum crazy exterior.
  • Black interior.

1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 Sold for $110,000

Sold in May 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This A12 car has its original 440 Six Pack engine. The bucket seats and console with shifter have been added and are not from the factory.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 Six Pack engine.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Power steering.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Black painted wheels with chrome lug nuts.
  • Black lift-off hood.
  • Black Bumble Bee stripe.
  • Orange exterior.
  • Black interior.

1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 Sold for $137,500

Sold in May 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This A12 car has its original 440 Six Pack engine and retains all of its original sheet metal. The bucket seats and console are from the factory.

Interior of 1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 which sold for $137,500.
Interior of 1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 which sold for $137,500.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 Six pack engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • 8 track radio.
  • Black painted wheels with chrome lug nuts.
  • Black lift-off hood.
  • Black Bumble Bee stripe.
  • Red exterior.
  • Black interior.
A12 Super Bee sells at auction.

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Convertible Sold for $137,500

Sold in May 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This original V code Challenger R/T convertible does not have its original engine. It has been restored and some modifications were added like the shaker scoop and chrome valve covers.

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T convertible with a 440 Six Pack sold for $137,500 - Mecum Auctions.
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T convertible with a 440 Six Pack sold for $137,500 – Mecum Auctions.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Unoriginal 440 Six Pack engine.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • 8 3/4 axle.
  • Power steering.
  • Power brakes.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Rallye gauges.
  • Rallye wheels.
  • White rear scat stripe.
  • Plum Crazy exterior.
  • White convertible top.
  • White interior.

1970 Plymouth Superbird Sold for $209,000

Sold in May 2022 (Mecum)

This original V code Superbird is restored but doesn’t have the original 440 Six Barrel engine.

1970 Plymouth Superbird with a 440 Six Barrel sold for $209,000.
1970 Plymouth Superbird with a 440 Six Barrel sold for $209,000.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Unoriginal 440 Six Barrel engine.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • 8 3/4 axle with 3.55 gears.
  • Power steering.
  • Power brakes.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Column shifter.
  • Vitamin C exterior.
  • Black interior.
  • White Plymouth letters on the sides.

1969 Plymouth Road Runner Sold for $115,500

Sold in May 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This A12 has its original engine and has been restored.

1969 Plymouth Road Runner with a 440 6BBL sold for $115,500 - Mecum Auctions.
1969 Plymouth Road Runner with a 440 6BBL sold for $115,500 – Mecum Auctions.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 Six Barrel engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Bench seat.
  • Black steel wheels with chrome lug nuts.
  • Black fiberglass lift-off hood.
  • Orange exterior.
  • Black interior.

Ronnie Sox drag raced a brand new 6 BBL A12 for road testing. Check out how fast he got the car to go in my article, How Fast is a 440 Six pack or 6-BBL? 1/4 Mile and 0-60 Results.

1971 Dodge Charger R/T Sold for $95,700

Sold in January 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This factory Six Pack car has its original engine. It also came with a rare sunroof and only has 23,275 miles.

1971 Dodge Charger R/T with a 440 Six Pack sold for $95,700.
1971 Dodge Charger R/T with a 440 Six Pack sold for $95,700.

Highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 Six Pack engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle.
  • Power brakes.
  • Power steering.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Cloth and vinyl interior.
  • Console.
  • Pistol grip shifter.
  • Ramcharger hood scoop.
  • Styled wheels.
  • Yellow exterior.
  • Black and gray interior.

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T SE Sold for $187,000

Sold in January 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This Six Pack car has its original engine and has had a rotisserie restoration. This Challenger is a SE and has the Houndstooth interior.

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T SE with a 440 Six Pack sold for $187,000.
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T SE with a 440 Six Pack sold for $187,000.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 Six Pack engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Power brakes.
  • Power steering.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Overhead console.
  • Rally gauges.
  • Pistol grip shifter.
  • Shaker hood.
  • Rallye wheels.
  • Red exterior.
  • Black interior.

1970 Plymouth Cuda Sold for $132,000

Sold in January 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This car has its original 440 Six Barrel engine and has been restored.

1970 Plymouth Cuda with a 440 Six Barrel sold for $132,000.
1970 Plymouth Cuda with a 440 Six Barrel sold for $132,000.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 Six 6BBL engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 3.54 gears.
  • Power steering.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Pistol grip shifter.
  • Rallye gauges.
  • Shaker scoop.
  • Elastomeric front bumper.
  • Rallye wheels.
  • Black hockey stick stripe.
  • Limelight green exterior.
  • White interior.

1970 Plymouth Superbird Sold for $242,000

Sold in January 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This Superbird has the original 440 Six Barrel engine and has been restored.

1970 Plymouth Superbird with a 440 6BBL engine sold for $242,000.
1970 Plymouth Superbird with a 440 6BBL engine sold for $242,000.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 6BBL engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 3.54 gears.
  • Power steering.
  • Power brakes.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Pistol grip shifter.
  • Rallye wheels.
  • Black vinyl roof.
  • Black lettered Plymouth letters on the quarters.
  • Lemon Twist exterior.
  • Black interior.

1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12 Sold for $110,000

Sold in January 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This A12 Road Runner has its original 440 6BBL engine. The car doesn’t have its original steel wheels.

1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12 with a 440 6BBL engine sold for $110,000.
1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12 with a 440 6BBL engine sold for $110,000.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 6BBL engine.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Bench seat.
  • Column shifter.
  • Styled wheels.
  • Bahama Yellow exterior.
  • Black interior.
1969 A12 Road Runner with a 440 6BBL

1970 Plymouth Superbird Sold for $308,000

Sold in January 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This car only has 24,510 miles and is unrestored. It’s in highly original condition including the original 440 Six 6BBL, paint, sheet metal, interior and transmission.

The interior, passenger sun visor is autographed by Richard Petty.

1970 Plymouth Superbird with a 440 6BBL sold for $308,000.
1970 Plymouth Superbird with a 440 6BBL sold for $308,000.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 Six Barrel engine.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • 8 3/4 axle with 3.55 gears.
  • Power steering.
  • Power brakes.
  • Console.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Rallye wheels.
  • White Plymouth letters on the quarters.
  • Blue exterior.
  • Black interior.

1970 Plymouth Cuda Convertible Sold for $247,500

Sold in January 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This V code Cuda Convertible has its original 440 6BBL engine. It has been restored and has elastomeric front and rear bumpers.

1970 Plymouth Cuda Convertible with a 440 6 BBL engine sold for $247,500.
1970 Plymouth Cuda Convertible with a 440 6 BBL engine sold for $247,500.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 Six barrel engine.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • Power brakes.
  • Power steering.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Rallye gauges.
  • Dual side view mirrors.
  • Rallye wheels.
  • Shaker hood scoop.
  • Elastomeric front and rear bumpers.
  • Black top.
  • Black hockey stick stripe.
  • Limelight Green exterior.
  • Black interior.

1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12 Sold for $148,500

Sold in January 2022 (Mecum Auctions)

This A12 Road Runner has its original 440 6BBL engine. It had a rotisserie restoration and has a rare color combination.

1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12 with a 440 6BBL engine sold for $148,500.
1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12 with a 440 6BBL engine sold for $148,500.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 6BBL engine.
  • 4-speed transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle with 4.10 gears.
  • Bench seat.
  • Black fiberglass lift-off hood.
  • Black steel wheels.
  • Seafoam Turquoise exterior.
  • White interior.

1971 Plymouth Cuda Sold for $192,500

Sold in January 2022 (Barrett-Jackson)

This V code Cuda has its original 440 Six Barrel engine. It has been restored and has many options.

1971 Plymouth Cuda with a 440 6BBl engine sold for $192,500.
1971 Plymouth Cuda with a 440 6BBl engine sold for $192,500.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • Original 440 6BBL engine.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • Dana 60 axle.
  • Power steering.
  • Power brakes.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • Rallye gauges.
  • Rallye wheels.
  • Rear spoiler.
  • Rear window louvers.
  • Shaker scoop.
  • Black vinyl top.
  • Black 440 Billboard Stripes.
  • Blue exterior.
  • Blue interior.

1970 Dodge Charger R/T Sold for $119,900

Sold in April 2022 (Barrett-Jackson)

This factory V code car has a period correct 440 Six Pack but is not original. It has been restored and has aftermarket Crager wheels.

1970 Dodge Charger R/T with a 440 Six Pack engine sold for $119,900.
1970 Dodge Charger R/T with a 440 Six Pack engine sold for $119,900.

The highlights for the car include the following:

  • 440 6BBL engine.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • Power brakes.
  • Power steering.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Console.
  • 440 blacked out hood.
  • White vinyl top.
  • Blue exterior.
  • Black interior.

How Much 440 Six Pack Cars in Need of Restoration is Worth

1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee Sold for $52,000

Sold in July 2022 (Ebay)

This car is in need of a restoration. It has its original paint severely faded and there is minor rust on some of the body panels.

The car has its original 440 Six Pack engine, drivetrain and is in running condition.

1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee with a 440 Six Pack sold for $52,000.
1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee with a 440 Six Pack sold for $52,000.

The highlights for the car included the following:

  • Original 440 Six Pack engine.
  • Automatic transmission.
  • 8 3/4 axle with 3.55 gears.
  • Power steering.
  • Power brakes.
  • Rallye wheels.
  • Bucket seats.
  • Column shifter.
  • Gray exterior.
  • Gray interior.

440 Six Pack Cars Worth the Most and Why

There is a pecking order on the value of 440 Six Pack/6BBL cars. Let’s take a closer look and determine why they are worth more.

E-body Convertibles

E-body convertibles are worth a lot of money because there weren’t many of them made, especially Cudas.

There was no Challenger R/T convertible built in 1971 so the ’71 Cuda convertible with a 440 Six Pack stands alone.

  • In 1971 there were 17 Plymouth 440 Six Barrel Cuda convertibles produced, 12 with automatics and 5 with 4-speeds.
  • In 1970 there were 29 Plymouth Cuda convertibles produced with a 440 Six Barrel, 12 with automatics and 17 with 4-speeds.
  • In 1970 there were 99 Dodge Challenger R/T convertibles produced with a 440 Six Pack, 38 were automatics and 61 were 4-speeds.

Plymouth Superbirds

Superbirds have a high value for the same reason as an E-body convertible, low production numbers.

In addition, it was only produced for one year as a limited production vehicle.

Its Dodge cousin, the Daytona, wasn’t produced with a 440 Six Pack, making the Superbird the only Six Barrel winged car produced.

  • In 1970 there were 716 Plymouth Superbirds produced with a 440 6BBL engine.

1970 Dodge Coronet R/T

There were no sales last year for this model and good reason. The 1970 year is the only year a Coronet R/T was produced with a 440 Six Pack, and there weren’t many.

  • In 1970 there were 210 Dodge Coronet R/Ts produced with a 440 Six Pack engine.

1970 Dodge Charger R/T

Besides the Sport Fury Gt and ’71 Super Bee, the ’70 Charger R/T Six Pack has the lowest production number for one year.

The rarity and desirability of a ’70 Six Pack Charger make this car worth a lot of money.

  • In 1970 there were 116 Dodge Charger R/Ts produced with a 440 Six Pack engine.

If you’re curious how many Sport Fury GT 6BBL cars were produced, find out in my article, Cars With a 440 Six Pack From the Factory. I also discuss whether 440 Six Packs were produced from the factory in 1972.

1969 A12 Super Bees and Road Runners

These cars are worth more money because they were only available for 1/2 a year. In addition, they were produced with limited numbers. Although their production numbers exceed many of the other Six Pack models.

  • In 1969 there were 1,412 Plymouth Road Runner A12 cars produced with a 440 6BBL engine.
  • In 1969 there were 1,907 Dodge Super Bee A 12 cars produced with a 440 Six Pack engine.

Which 440 Six Pack Cars are More Affordable?

The 440 Six Pack/6BBL cars without the original engine, non-matching numbers, are worth less.

The 1971 model year is more affordable because they are less collectible than the 1969 and 1970 model years.

A 440 Six Pack in need of a restoration costs less money, but a large investment is required to restore the vehicle.

Depending on the purchase price and condition of the car, often the total investment exceeds the worth of the restored car.

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