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
Everything about this Falcon 2 door wagon exudes daily driver. The paint is just OK, there are a few bumps, bruises and scratches. A tire is mismatched and the kick panels are missing. With all that you might think I’m being critical but I wouldn’t change a thing about this car. It’s the perfect daily driver! Plenty of cool factor driving around town but no worries about any of the imperfections. You can find this wagon on Ebay in Beverly Hills, California where the bid was at $2,965 with the reserve unmet at the time of this posting.
This 85,000 mile Ford Falcon has tons of documentation including the original window sticker, owners card, manual and and repair receipts going back to the 1960’s. The seller purchased the car from an 80 year old man last year and though it’s not clear if he was the original owner it is believed that the car has spent its entire life in Pasedena, California. Listed on Ebay at no reserve, the Squire has plenty of early bidding with the top bid at $5,400 as of this posting.
Ford Fairlane Squire wagons are such nice wagons as it is but throw in a factory ordered 390 V8 you’re looking at some giddyup performance that was normally reserved for the GT Fairlanes. With only 8,438 Fairlane Squires produced in 1967 the numbers with the 390 option have to be a fraction of that output. Although the seller of this Fairlane says a new lifter and battery are needed, this looks like a great buy at the listed price of $6,800. You can find this Fairlane on Craigslist just outside of Chicago in Lemont, Illinois.
This sporty 1979 Pinto station wagon is just 46,871 miles from new and would make a great entry level collector car without breaking the bank. With 2 doors, a nice set of styled steel wheels and its compact size this fun little cruiser would show proudly at any local car show and would certainly gain attention driving around town. This pony is listed on Ebay in Easton, Pennsylvania where bidding was at $3,050 early in the auction.
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Vintage wagons tend to evoke memories of long vacations, a car filled with kids and Sunday picnics in the country when the day was truly set aside for family relaxation. With this 1956 Ford Country Sedan photographed in a pastoral setting complete with white picket fences, seaside cottages and a picnic basket in the back of the car one can certainly envision what idyllic life was like in the 1950’s. Listed on Ebay and located in Lakeville, Massachusetts this well preserved Country Sedan has a BIN of $25,000 but the seller is open to offers.
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