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Certified cashiers checks? Dude straight up I WOULD suspect SCAM! Why? I cannot even count how many of those were mailed to me for my 64 Crown...
Factory 383 Hi-po dual snorkel air cleaner and 4 core rad same as my 68 Monaco wagon was set up factory tow package
Sorry but for 14K the interior looks like shit!
And only 1 pic of the underside and not even the BAD spots where they go, rear trailing arms
Pretty sure MOST of the estate models had wood. Cosworth wheels I have no clue if you could get special order. Back then tho ya never know.
I dunno they did make a clamshell Fleetwood but may not of been as long. As it used the same rear frame/body as a clam
Honestly not what you would think. I have seen them go for hundreds of dollars that's it. I looked at a flower car like this(same chassis set up...
Shame that moldy thing is JUNK!
The key area not to mention the brake/gas pedals. 154,000 easy. STILL a nice condition ride but I wouldn't buy the mileage claim
Same manual trans that 71 and 72 Chevy Vega's had!
Now that's just f-ing COOL!
Decent looking but needing body mounts and a rad support the price is a bit HIGH!
Steering components tend to be weak unless "tweaked". I have seen imps take 20-30 derby's over a few years time depending on what they run...
No where near the same smashing equal. Tough yea but assend to assend that imp will eat that wagon.
And a 300 Buick aluminum top ended motor will bolt right in!
Sidepipes are too short.
Different that's for sure. I am thinking a 64 Buick 300 4bbl would make one of these SCREAM!
They put that engine/trans in a LOT more than you would expect. I bought a plain jane green rivy for the derby. A guy told me about it as he...
Personally I'd take a 74 Stage1 Rivy GS over a wagon. For the derby. Hell would be cool for a driver too. I like the room in the wagons for...
Nice but FUGLY green lol
Exactly my favorite year! My first car was a 73 Chevy Vega wagon! lol replacement engine or TOTAL rebuild they NEVER made it that long 71-73. 40...