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Old 2013-11-12, 21:53 PM   #1
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1967 Plymouth Belvedere Wagon

Work situation not going so well something has to go. Many new parts still needs work. Sorry for the craiglist link but can't figure out how to get the pics on here from my phone. http://harrisburg.craigslist.org/cto/4169636563.html
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Old 2013-11-12, 22:13 PM   #2
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Sorry you have to sell. Most of us have been there a time or two. Good luck.
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Old 2013-11-12, 22:27 PM   #3
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Thanks for putting up the pics.
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Old 2013-11-12, 23:40 PM   #4
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I already saw you had it on the Harrisburg, PA Craigslist. The chrome Magnums look great on it. I'm really sorry to hear you now need to sell it.
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Old 2013-11-13, 00:53 AM   #5
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Nice Belvedere stripper! I had imported a '67 Belv I six-pass wagon from Belgium, where it sold new, back to the US in 1992. It was a 225/3-spd column shift, HD torsion bars and rear springs, 11" brakes all around, heater, clock, metric speedo...and radio delete. It was a funeral car from new, until it was retired in 1990. Black w/blue interior, one of three so configured, and all were sold as funeral cars (two in Belgium, one in Sweden).

Neat cars, with MUCH potential! Yours, and mine, were each one of only 284 six-pass '67 Belvedere I wagons with the 225/3-speed built, BTW
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Old 2013-11-13, 01:38 AM   #6
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"For sale or possible trade is a 1967 Plymouth Belvedere Station Wagon. Its the very base model. Slant Six with Three spd on the column, manual steering and manual brakes.
Car runs great just drove it over 1500 miles last week to Ocean City Md for the car show. It has new tires, cap, rotor, wires, coil, plug,converted points to electronic ignition,
new master cylinder, newer shoes and lines, front wheel bearings and seals, rear axle seals, gas tank and sendin. Unit. The car is rusty and bumpy. There is filler and old body
work done to it. Would make a great winter project or drive it like it is. The car currently has the magnum 500 wheels on it. Also recently found new rear bumper and nice tailgate.
$3250 obo"
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Wow one of 284. Probably should add some more zeros to the price
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Old 2013-11-13, 18:37 PM   #8
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Rarity does not always equate to value or desirability, unfortunately. Now, were it one of the THREE 383-4bbl four speeds and three 383-4 automatic '67 Belv I six-pass wagons, then that might be another story!
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Oh trust me I know the difference. I never be the kind of person to be concerned with numbers. I own cars because they are fun. Low production numbers only mean a handful of people wanted one. Probably still hold true.
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Oh trust me I know the difference. I never be the kind of person to be concerned with numbers. I own cars because they are fun. Low production numbers only mean a handful of people wanted one. Probably still hold true.
Yes, low production frequently means only a handful of people wanted one, but it can also mean only a handful of people can afford it. Adding options quickly affects the the bottom line. Usually a low line model would have few additional extras keeping the price low.

I have a 68 Barracuda that is heavilly optioned. The base price was $2842.00, but the bottom line on the window sticker was $4045.00. A sticker price like that puts it within a few dollars of a new 68 Chrysler 300 or a new 68 Corvette. I'm guessing that few Barracudas were sold in 68 with $4000+ sticker prices, but I wouldn't presume that my Barracuda is rare.
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