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  1. This is a bundle package one price 2 cars and everything I own with it. Messages for more details thank you
  2. 1960s Icon. From our new found cache of old cars we have taken a Rambler that appears similar to one recently converted on the Fast and Loud TV show. Our car is a 1962 4 dr, 6 passenger, AMC-produced Classic Cross Country station wagon that was an icon of the early 60s. The car has a unibody design that was economical and stylish and very popular in its time. In 1962 AMC ranked third in sales after Ford and Chevrolet. Like Cadillac it had dual brake systems. The skin of our wagon is very good as are the glass, chrome, insignia, options. The car is rolling. The car can be picked up in Denver or we can facilitate transport. $3200
  3. Want to Buy a 1951 Chrysler New Yorker station wagon. This would be the 331" Hemi motor on the 131.5" wheelbase chassis (shared with Imperial). Condition from very good restorable to older restoration or "what have you?". NOT interested in '52-54 similar wagons as those are all shorter wheelbase. NOT interested in 1951 Saratoga with Hemi on shorter wheelbase. MUST be the New Yorker on the 131.5 wheelbase. Thank you.
  4. Here is a link that can follow my restoration of " DA FREAK" a rare 1967 Ambassador four on the floor station wagon !!!! I thank Mark Fletcher for saving this car and starting the restoration. I'm now the owner and look foward to completing the restoration ,or most of it as I have to stay in my budget. I have much to learn as this is a new process for me. Another big thank you too Dan Curtis for letting me use his shop as a place to do my work. My girlfriend Tracy has built a page and link to show the fun and work we will have along the way, http://www.tracymiddleton.com/?page_id=449
  5. This is my 1988 Buick Electra Estate Wagon. It has a near mint Burgundy Cloth Interior and Carpet. May fit 1977,1978,1979,1980,1981,1982,1983,1984,1985,1986,1987,1989,1990 LeSabre, Chevrolet Impala, Caprice, Pontiac Bonneville Safari, and Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser Wagons Many Usable trim parts as well, such as: Taillights & headlight bezels, Padded Dash, Instrument Panel bits. The brakes are soft and the 307 Oldsmobile engine blows oil and knocks at idle. Recently rebuilt Quadrajet Carburetor & Alternator. Also have 1992-1993-1994-1995-1996 Roadmasters for parts. Please Inquire You may respond directly to buickestatewagon at yahoo dot com
  6. Hey all I'm just trying to gather information and/or interest in my Model A Woody Station Wagon. Ford has officially recognized it as the very first "Woody Wagon" made. Of the 1,715,000 Ford Model A's produced in 1929, only 4,954 were Station Wagons. I know this is a rare model and am looking to post it for sale in the near future but I was hoping to gain some feedback by posting here. I have put a picture of it as my default and I have more pictures if anyone is interested in seeing them contact me. Thank You
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