Decided to finally sell the car. Wanted to know where some of you guys got the best price for your car. Seen some guys go with Vroom and get good deals. They only offered me $61,200 for a 18 charger with 8800 miles. The highest offer I got from a local dodge dealer was $62,300. Any other places I should check out?
Auction. I usually sell either direct to private party or at specialty auctions. I've traded cars in for personal use to dealerships, but those cars were common (like my 392) and the difference between private party and dealer trade was only about 1500 off what they offered. But, on a Hellcat though...
If the car is a desirable color with desirable options (premium leather, sound, M6 (bonus) anything other than black, silver, white), then an auction may be the way to go. I'd offer it with a reserve at a big auction (like Mecum, Barrett-Jackson, etc.). The reason why I say no black, silver, or white... it's because they're common. You can snag one of those three any day of the week, usually within 200mi of your location. However, the odd-ball colors like PCP, Hellraisin, Sinnastick, Gomango, Sublime, Torred, and the new Smoke Show will attract spenders looking for those colors... and they pay premium. B5 Blue and F8 Green are polarizing. People love or hate them... which reduces the overall market for them. So, you could score big or lose big depending on if folks are there for the color or not. If you're not familiar with the auction game, I'd probably list it with a reserve, even if it takes some of your profit. It will keep you from losing your butt if you list it at the wrong show with the wrong audience and someone snags a "cheap Hellcat" out from under you. The trick is to find a collector and performance car auction with lots of qualified bidders. To get the max price, the car will need all of its maintenance documentation and literature. The more the better.
If the car isn't optioned well and is rather common, then I wouldn't bother with an auction.
Alternatively, you can try eBay or sign on with an online consignor to get overseas bidders. They're used to paying $130k USD+ for these cars (import fees, etc.)