Out of Nevada and now residing in Phoenix this bone dry rust free 43,000 mile Rambler Classic is described as rust free and very original right down to the paint. With the mechanics and driving condition described as ‘incredible’ this is great find for Rambler and wagon lovers alike. You can find this Wagon on Ebay with a BIN of $9,500 or you can make an offer to the seller.
The Edsel was doomed from the start with it’s epitaph written almost on the day it was released in September of 1957 so I’ve always wondered why Ford even went through production of the 1960 Edsel that was basically a rebadged Fairlane. That said, I’ve always loved the 1960 Ford so the 1960 Edsels with their rarity and quirkiness have always appealed to me. With the plug pulled just 44 days into production, 1960 Edsels are very rare but with just 275 wagons produced and only a handful that could possibly remain, this is one wagon you seldom come across.
Out of a 48 year indoor storage, this Villager wagon is listed on Hemmings in Westminster, Maryland for $23,500 but the seller is open to negotiate.
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This solid and very original looking 1956 Plymouth has spent most of its life in Oklahoma where the conditions and previous ownership have been forgiving to the car’s condition. Although there has been one repaint everything else about the car looks original and correct. The Briar Rose/White color combination just screams 50’s and the crazy color breaks are must’ve been pretty outrageous when two-toning was just coming into vogue.
Found on Craigslist in Fort Wayne Indiana, the wagon looks to be fairly priced at $14,500
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When one thinks of the Ford Squire, a full size top of the line wagon adorned with acres of wood is what most people envision but did you know there was a British Squire wagon as well? Not exactly a spitting image of the American Ford Squire wagons, the British Ford Squire was a compact wagon that competed with the Hillman Husky and the Austin A30/A35 estate wagons.
This LHD Squire was imported to the U.S.but it’s hard to imagine many of these wagons were sold here despite a growing interest in European imports. The seller of this fine Squire has invested $30K in the car but has a BIN price of $18,900. The wagon is listed on Ebay in Crown Point, Indiana.
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Being nearly 19 feet in length, this Chrysler wagon’s size and roominess is impressive in it’s own right but one the great features in full size American wagons from the 60’s is the expanse of glass that only wagon design can offer. The thin pillars and a nearly unobstructed 360 degree view on this Newport are perfect for the classic American family vacation. Found on Ebay in Hopkinton, Massachusetts this impressive Chrysler can be purchased for $11,000.
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It seems like there’s a plethora of meticulously maintained 1970’s wagons on the market lately and this 1975 Ford LTD is yet another one and one of the nicest I’ve seen from that era. Perhaps the gas crisis of the times relegated this behemoth to garage storage but whatever the reason, this wagon has seen just 57,658 miles and only shows minor imperfections. Listed on Ebay in Westminster, British Columbia it can be purchased for $12,000 but the seller will also consider offers. [Read more…] about Big Red: 1975 Ford LTD