Found on Ebay with a buy it now price of $39,900, this Chieftain wagon looks like a real head turner. Perfect for a trip to the beach or a country drive, the roomy wagon comes with an in-line 8 with plenty of torque and a 4 speed hydra-matic automatic transmission. Given the rarity of this car and the cost it would take to restore one if you could find one, the $39,900 asking price seems fair.
I think the last time I saw a mid 1960’s Mercury wagon was when I drove in one in the 1970’s. Found on Ebay, this Comet wagon comes with only 64,000 original miles. Equipped with a rebuilt 289, a resealed C4 transmission and new parts including, brakes, bumpers, seat covers, carpet, headliner and tires this wagon looks ready for the road.
Offered at $59,900, this fine example of a mid fifties tin woodie can be found at Hemmings. The light blue exterior compliments the wood perfectly. Reported to be a 2-owner car, it comes equipped with a 272 c.i. Y-block V8 and a dual exhaust. Automatic transmission, power steering and power brakes will have you cruising in comfort.
Preserved and ready to roll this 1966 Ford Galaxie Country Sedan can be found on ebay with a buy it now price of $13,500. A true survivor, the car began its life in Rochester, Minnesota and made its way to California where it was always garaged. The paint, weatherstripping, glass, trim work, and interior are all original and in outstanding condition. The current owner has logged over 2,000 trouble free miles in the past year including a 400 mile road trip with 5 passengers.
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A true time capsule, this Volkswagen Squareback is unmodified and ad original as can be. Originally sold in Albany Oregon, it has stayed in the area its entire life and clearly has avoided the elements. With the exception of a few paint chip touch ups, the paint appears as it likely looked the day it rolled off the Volkswagen lot. Found on Ebay, a car this original is a rare find.
Sensible and economic as Ramblers and their owners tended to be, this well preserved Cross Country was owned by the head lifeguard form the city of Santa Barbara form new until his death in 2008. Having walked to work most of his career, the Rambler has amassed only 49,00o miles on the odometer in it’s lifetime. Offered on Ebay the Cross-Country station wagon model 6218-2 came with the following factory options: 3-speed push button “Flashmatic” transmission, HD cooling system, back-up lights, “Weather-Eye” ventilation system, full reclining seats, blue tinted glass, oil bath air cleaner, oil filter, padded dash, HD springs, twin circuit brakes and the “Custom” trim level.