Here is my tips to locating buying a used car.
I spent about 12 hours looking first for 6.4 Chargers (Scat Pack or Daytona) then got sucked into Challengers.
1. make a spreadsheet , put every car you look at on it, with the url to the actual dealer page with it, AND a link to the actual window sticker for it (put those links in so you can go back quickly and double check). Include color, distance, miles, price,VIN, and every option/package you care about.
2. look at the actual window sticker for every car, dealers have no clue what they are selling sometimes, they may intentionally, or accidentally state things wrong about the car. For a Dodge, use this URL (it is not my actual car but one I looked at
then just paste the vin of what you are looking at over the one in that link.
3. go to autoblog.com and "build" the used car you are looking for, and you can see what all was available each year, and what it cost. It isn't perfect, but it is real nice.
4. I used Autotrader.com, Cars.com, Carguru.com, and Dodge.com (certified pre-owned) to search for cars and found many cars that were not on all of them, some only on 1 site or 2.
5. Search further out than you are willing to drive, you never know, and you will get a better idea what real pricing is, and also, you may find 2 close to each other making a long trip worthwhile.
6. Another reason to look far also because, face it, we are getting these because we enjoy driving them. The long drive home is a bonus, not a negative!