Well, it seems you can buy a reproduction Challenger body so as long as that is cool to do in your jurisdiction and you wanted to build a restomod anyways. Granted 10K is a lot to pay for a title.
My second thought is if you were a person with a barn and the price was reasonable you might just buy cars like this and sit on them for 10-15 years. As long as demand holds, the crummiest old shells do eventually gain value especially with clear title.
Not that I am meaning to advocate hoarding, but in a case like this where you either need someone willing to overspend now or the car is scrapped/parted then maybe (being stashed out of the weather) is a better possible fate.
My preference is almost the shortest path to getting something driving. And yes, most people should only be buying cars that are already able to do that.
For me this is one of the best auction articles posted here.
-talks about one car with some detail
-lots of pictures
-references condition and valuation for some context to the market without only being about that
-sparks conversation about motivation and reality
How rare is an orange interior?
I can't remember ever seeing any car with one. My poppa's Monte Carlo was a 74 with that maroon/dark red interior which I thought was super cool as a kid (and still do). Red, blue and dark green interiors you see often at a car show still.