Post by Steam McQueen on Jul 3, 2019 11:45:02 GMT -5
- A 1973 Monaco wagon asking "$4,800 obo" in St. Cloud, Minnesota.
440 V8, pw, ps, pb, a/c. Yellow with white interior, sunburnt paint, interior in good cond, headliner needs work. Runs good, but needs fuel pump (pump included) and needs brake work, maybe just bleed. title status: clean
Post by Steam McQueen on Aug 1, 2019 13:13:02 GMT -5
- B-body of the Month (and it's only the 1st day ). 1976 Coronet Buy It Now is $3,500 in Columbus, Ohio.
360, Western car from Washington state, been in Ohio for about ten years. I have owned it seven. Original paint. Original interior. Ran and drove good but has been sitting in storage for a few years now. Very solid body, rockers, floors, fenders, frame rails, crossmember and spare tire tub are good. I rebuilt the original radiator at a cost of $300 and installed a new water pump two years ago.
Post by Steam McQueen on Aug 16, 2019 17:50:36 GMT -5
^ The '74 Fury sold I'm not sure how much. If you have an account maybe you can see that info ? otherwise you gotta watch the auction live.
In Brooklyn, New York looks like Christine's cousin ...
... is a wagon!
^ Stickers aside that arse-end has a ton of character.
1958 Plymouth Suburban Coupe. Poly 318 2bbl, rebuilt 10 years ago (15k miles). 2 speed PowerFlite rebuilt same time. New floor boards, seat supports and inner rockers installed a few years ago. Front Disc brake conversion, Alternator conversion. Seats and headliner redone. New Tires, belts, hoses and tune up.
Asking price includes... Re chromed Bumpers front and rear. All trim and emblems in NOS or excellent condition. Some weatherstripping, spare front end parts. Rust-free tailgate and some miscellaneous items. Nice stereo CD install with amp and 4 speakers. $7,000.00 OBO title status: clean
I figured it was a Sport Suburban based on the outline of the missing script on the tailgate, but I guess the headlights are the tell as well, right? So the 1975 Gran Fury Suburban and Custom Suburban have the 4 headlights and the Sport Suburban has the 2 headlights ?
Post by Steam McQueen on Sept 26, 2019 13:07:23 GMT -5
- B-body of the month, a special one. This car belonged to Ginger Rogers . 1975 Dodge Coronet in Portland, Oregon with an asking price of $12,199.
Golden Fawn paint finish. 400-cu. in. V-8, TorqueFlite automatic transmission, continues to drive excellently. It has air conditioning, power tailgate window, roof rack, AM radio, side moldings and white sidewall tires. Accompanying the car is the original window sticker, owner's manual, shop manual and booklets as well as registration card and service receipts in Ginger Roger's name. title status: clean
It really is famous Fred Astaire dance partner Ginger Rogers car. It was part of the Petersen Automotive Museum and was at an RM Sotheby's auction 9 months ago where it sold for ... $5,600 ! Asking price now is more than double.
Post by Steam McQueen on Oct 14, 2019 12:23:37 GMT -5
- Two pages back was posted the 1972 wagon comparison uploaded by MyMopar.com , now here's the 1973 comparison. And looky there, even the Satellite wagon could handle the 4' x 8' sheet of plywood and still close its gate, mid-size Ford and Chevy wagons could not do that. The full-size 1973 Fury wagon could tow 7,000 lbs.! SOLD !! See you at the Plymouth dealer in the morning .
* Sound is not always the best on these vintage films, best to just crank up the volume.