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For Sale: 1964 Dodge 880 9-passenger Station Wagon - $14,500 - Parrottsville, TN - Not Mine

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For Sale: 1964 Dodge 880 9-passenger Station Wagon - $14,500 - Parrottsville, TN

1964 Dodge 880 for sale by owner - Parrottsville, TN - craigslist
Seller's Description:

1964 dodge 880 with a 383 V8 Engine. 2-barrel. Former Air Force ambulance owned by the government until a fire department in Nevada bought it. 9-passenger with flip down seats. Interior looks great, no rips or tears. Siren and red rotating light works. All lights work. Push button 727 torque flight transmission. Minimal rust on rear quarter, but solid vehicle. Speedometer stopped working at 46,000 miles. New tires, new brakes, new battery. Original owner's manual and Mopar broadcast sheet. Runs and drives great. Garage kept. Drive anywhere. Grabs attention everywhere it goes. Clean title. $14,500. No trade 

Contact:  Call or text me at (click "show contact info") if interested.  Leave a message if no answer and I’ll call you back as soon as possible, Thanks.
Copy and paste in your email: 02aed33cc25b31089df0c6bb3152d64f@sale.craigslist.org

I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1964 Dodge 880 9-passenger Station Wagon.
The Standard Catalog of American Cars, 1946-1975, edited by John Gunnell states 1,082 1964 Dodge 880 9-passenger Station Wagons built.

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Too bad no pictures of the third seat. I presume it faces to the rear.

Would an ambulance be equipped with seats and not a gurney? Unless it's a swing open tailgate, loading a patient might be difficult.

Probably a mid-level government staff car.

The Nevada FD probably got the wagon for little or nothing, painted it red, used it to obsolescence, then auctioned it to the public. FD vehicles are usually well maintained. This one should be a reliable driver and popular at local shows.

Regarding $14.5k, probably on the high side due to a limited market.



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