Usually short descriptions and limited pictures are what you might find on Craigslist ads but this 1964 Country Squire Ebay ad of few words has me both intrigued and frustrated! The seller simply states: “This beautiful piece is completely preserved, never restored, everything works, is 100% original.”
My frustration aside, this is one beautiful wagon. Nobody did faux wood as well as Ford did in the 1960’s and the ’64 wagons are among my favorites. I’m not a big fan of wide whites on a lot of cars past the 1950’s but these tires work for me.
A couple of interior shots show a perfectly presentable cabin along with a clean instrument panel and crack free dash.
It’s hard enough to buy a car online and my advice has always been ask a lot of questions and request a ton of pictures until you’re satisfied and comfortable with the seller- if they ever balk at your requests, walk away. This looks to be a beautiful and original Country Squire that could definitely be worth the effort if seller is willing to negotiate the price and prove its originality.