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Thanksgiving Weekend – A 1958 Dodge Sierra Swept Wing Station Wagon on eBay

Jim Brennan November 24, 2012 For Sale, Weekend Edition 6 Comments

Continuing on with our Thanksgiving Weekend, where I am posting about cars that celebrate the two most havily traveled days of the year. If you were born in the late 40s or early 50s, chances are that you were riding in the back of a 50s Station Wagon, like this 1958 Dodge Sierra, with two-tone paint and chrome aplenty. This is a great looking, though not quite perfect, example of a wagon from that era…

According to the listing:

Beautiful 1958 Dodge Sierra Swept Wing Station Wagon! This car is the rarest of the rare. It features a push-botton automatic transmission. The car runs and drives great! It is a real show stopper because there are so few around. The trim is complete, including the original radio. As far as I know, the car is 100% original. I believe that this car has a 361 V8 Engine with a TorqueFlite Transmission.

The car shows a little over 72,000 miles, and the only exterior blemish I can find is the passenger-side door. It will be tough to match the color, but I would be willing to drive this thing around just as it is, and then in a few years, do a complete cosmetic restoration. The top bid so far is $6,565.65, and that’s with an unmet reserve and over a day to go until the close of the auction. See the listing here: 1958 Dodge Sierra Swept Wing Station Wagon, and tell me what you think.

  • rovingardener


  • Stumack

    This would originally have had the one year only 350 engine. The 361 was only available as the D-500 option.

  • Frere P.

    Love the tail lights.

  • Oh, hell yes. What a beautiful car. The price seems about right, too, for a clean example of this rare car.

  • lilpoindexter

    In 1980 our elderly neighbor still did his pimpin' in a Dodge sedan with a front end like one of these…It was replaced by a corny 4 door 1981 buick regal.

  • C³-Cool Cadillac Cat

    Just look at that dashboard!!!

    It's art, plain and simple.

    I'd DD this…after I figured out how to put disc brakes on the front.