This is the weekend in which we celebrate the two most heavily traveled days of the year by experiencing the wagons, minivans, and SUVs of our youth. Now, if you were born in the 60s, chances are that your parents drove something malaisey (a word I just made up by the way) in the form of an overgrown, wood paneled wagon from the big-three (and 1/2) or your parents were among the more enlightened consumers of the day, and bought a fuel efficient wagon, something like this Vega…
According to the listing:
1975 Chevy Vega wagon with a 4 cylinder engine and manual transmission. We purchased this vehicle about a year ago with the plans or dropping a V8 in it. It’s the perfect car to do that with. It’s a 2 owner Texas car with a solid frame. There is a little surface rust on the car but that is it. It runs and drives fantastic. You can leave it as it is and use it as a daily driver or turn it into a street rod like we had planed to do. The interior is really clean with your normal wear. The only bad spot is the drivers carpets. Take a look at the 60 plus pictures below. The engine fires right up with no weird noises or sounds. The transmission shifts and goes into gear just like it should with a strong clutch. Please feel free to call me with any questions. Car comes is a clean and clean Texas title!
It looks like the car covered almost 70,000 miles, and it is probably original mileage, but you never know. Yes, there is certainly a lot of aged patina, but I’ve see worse on much newer cars. There seems to be something disconnected, but I don’t think that’s an A/C compressor, so I’ll leave that pronouncement up to the Hoons who occupy this little slice of Heaven. The Buy-it-Now price is $4,995, which I think is quite excessive. See the listing here: 1975 Chevrolet Vega GT Kammback Wagon, and tell me what you think about it.