1973 Ford Country Squire

Discussion in 'Station Wagon Auctions, Craigs List and Other Stat' started by markfnc, Jul 24, 2020.

  1. markfnc

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    jim535 born in a Ford

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    Very nice! :thumbs2:

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    I Like this one, but it has obviously had the rails re-painted and maybe the di-noc replaced. I guess that's
    a deal-breaker for me. And a cracked dash with ample rust in the floor under the " jump Seats " Your foot
    would pretty-much go thru if you got-in. Does show it tho.
     
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    This car is " NOW " on Ebay. What kinda pisses me off is that the Ebay ad says " NO RUST " and it's VERY visible on
    the Bring a trailor Ad the floor of the rear jump seats is Very Rusty ! That picture did not make the Ebay Ad. I find it
    wrong on So Many Levels when people BLATENTLY lie about a car they are selling ! I kinda get it now why people are
    so leery when thinking about buying a car.
     
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    It's up to over $10K -- and the reserve is not met. Based on the ebay pics, I might say it's worth that, but considering the BAT pics, I'd say $6K would be top. For $10K -- assuming I ever had that much to spend on a car -- I might tolerate a little surface rust, but not perforations. A shame. The top side sure looks pretty.
     
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    I really think this is why these cars have more farewell tours than Cher. They get on EBay and the seller is shifty, and the buyer is lazy. There’s a disconnect between car and explication, and how can a seller not realize what they are opening themselves up to, and sometimes in defense of the buyer I know we live in a caveat emptor world, but when a seller blatantly lies or mis describes a car to such an extent I totally understand how the buyer backs out. I would bet a dime to a doughnut we’ll see this car up again, and the reason will be a deviant buyer that didn’t come through.
     

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