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Discussion in 'Station Wagon Auctions, Craigs List and Other Stat' started by jwdtenn, Feb 9, 2019.
"Channeling GUS Griswald......."
FAIL, right there......
Gus was his lesser known younger brother who drove a '68 Ford wagon.
Something about these '68 Ford wagons with the hidden headlights that just look right.
I think that whole ‘68-‘70 series looked really nice with the hidden headlamps. Also really like the ‘69-‘78 Mercury headlights. The hidden lamps seemed natural on those cars as well. Don’t know if it was a cost thing, but was surprised that Ford had the two different LTD fronts, but kinda glad they did.
I was going to comment on the hideaway headlights as well.
I really like the look of this wagon. I'd be happy to own it.
I'd be a little nervous for that price, especially since in a couple shots, you can see newer over spray under the car. No idea what that is hiding...
As I've said before, I'm a big fan of hideaway headlights and of woodgrain. Put them together...
That's why I own 4 wagons with both features -- including a '68 Country Squire.
Can't figure the strategy on this one. Apparently no bids at an opening of $8500, so it's relisted as a Buy It Now at $10,000.
It's better than a 20-foot car, but there are some flaws. Even if I had it, I wouldn't pay the original opening bid much less the BIN in the relisting. I'd want it to be a bit better for that kind of money. It seems too much to pay for surround rails with peeling decals, torn upholstery, and torn headliner. For a lot of people another big con on this car is lack of AC.
I'd say a realistic price for this car would be somewhere in the $6K - $7K range assuming no hidden problems.