This is one long and low slab sided behemoth that just seems to go on forever. Sure, it’s over 18 feet long but the combination of the design, the low stance and the expanse of glass give it an even longer appearance. Found on Craigslist near Tuscon, Arizona this wagon has an asking price of $7,200.
I’m not sure if the ‘Desert Beige’ finish is original but there’s just enough patina to suggest that it may be the factory paint. I’m a big fan of roof racks on wagons so it does seem a little odd that a top of the line car like the Town and Country would be without one but then again the massive cargo area offers plenty of storage negating the need for a rack.
There is some minimal rust above the fender skirt that doesn’t appear to serious. The seller also says there is minor rust in the spare tire well. If the wheels don’t fit your taste, the original 14″ steel wheels and hubcaps are included.
The interior looks to be in excellent shape throughout except for the unfortunate condition of the drivers seat so new seat covers are in order. The back set still has some of the protective plastic and looks to be in fantastic shape.
The albatross of so many wagons is the condition of the cargo area but with the exception of some carpet staining it looks pretty tidy in the back of this big Chrysler.
A 383 4bbl matched with a 727 automatic transmission powers the wagon. The wagon also has power steering, power brakes, power seat and a power rear window The seller doesn’t divulge any mechanical work done during his ownership but does say that all the mechanicals are stock and original and the car is said to run and drive fantastic.
This is one of those cars that would be a great driver as is or something you could easily take to the next level. MoPar and wagon fans, what would you do with it? Drive as is is or take it to the next level?