The interior looks clean. The engine sounds fun. The body style is right. This is a 1964 Ford Country Squire and there’s a stonking big 390 sitting under the long hood. Per the seller, this wagon has been treated right in the past and it seems plenty ready to find a new home.
Here’s the text from the ad:
1964 Ford country squire wagon booger wagon!
390 big block
Fresh tune, wires/ coil/oil/ distributor/ fixed all wiring bugs
4 speed on floor
Drum brakes just gone through new master cylinder
Straight piped so it’s loud but fun
Air shocks in rear
Static drop all around 3″ in front 4″ in rear
Runs and drives great bought it about 2 years ago and had to do a lot of work to get it driving safe. It’s a driver and we use it to go to shows and down to the beach it gets attention everywhere and is a super fun driver.
Built by Gambino Kustoms in 2004
I’m hemming and hawing on the asking price. The seller is asking for $8,800. That’s not unreasonable, especially if the car is running well and stopping great. Also, a sorted interior goes a long way. But for some reason $7,500 feels more appropriate. That’s not far from what the seller is asking of course, and maybe it’s enough to snag the keys to this one.
One of you should find out…
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