1967 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser

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  1. jaunty75

    jaunty75 Middling Member

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    Seeing this makes me giddy over my 65!....Longroofs Rule!
     
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    Loved the grill on those ‘65’s you could really see the family resemblance with the Deltas and big models. Not so much by ‘67, but they’re all great cars. Yeah. I agree wagoninsane, watching recent wagon auctions. Seems like we’re already past coupe money. Wagons, some wagons are almost approaching Convertible $$$$
     
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    I'm honestly happy that wagon values are on the rise. I'm equally honest when I say that I didn't buy my wagon as a investment. I get so much pleasure out cruising down the road with all the windows down and the wind blowing through the car, that's where the value is!....Longroofs Rule!
     
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    No agreeded... but it’s nice to know that it’s clicking up in Value y-o-y. You had mentioned St.Louis in one of your posts. Did that car come from Charlie Brock Olds?
     
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    No it did not come from Charlie Brock. It actually came from Bundy Olds in East St. Louis Illinois. The wagon still wears its original badge from there on the tailgate. Have you heard of Bundy Olds? I have been trying to research the dealership to no avail. Would like to find a little history on the place....Longroofs Rule!
     
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    Sadly by 1965 East St. Louis was well on its way to decline. I have heard of Bundy Olds, but am not familiar when they would have closed. Brock was probably the biggest in St. Louis County. There was another big Olds dealer downtown, and another one in St. Charles, I would imagine Bundy was most likely gone by the ‘70’s. Their address was 711 Illinois Ave. East St Louis. Phone was BRidge-1-2127. McKelvy-Kessler was another big Olds dealer there.
     
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    Thanks for the information. When I googled East St. Louis all that came up were crime articles. You sound like your familiar with the area.? Thanks again, Deane....Longroofs Rule!
     
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    This car was as nice or nicer than the AMC that didn’t sell at 27k.
     

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