If you don't think that the classic musclecar market is crazy enough, and if you haven't heard enough about orange Chargers and the people that love/hate/jump them, then you'll probably be happy to know that the upcoming "Dukes of Hazzard" movie has caused a spike in '69 Charger prices. According to Kelley Blue Book, an R/T version has gone from being valued at $28,200 in January to $43,900 last month, a 56% increase. If mutual fund managers could have picked up on this trend, the 401(k) statement I received last week might have looked a whole lot better.
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