If, for some reason, you didn’t like the ’63 Ford Country Sedan posted earlier then I have something that may be more up your longroof-living alley. There’s a 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle wagon for sale in my neck of the woods, and the asking price is even lower than that of the fabulous Ford.
According to the seller, this is a true California car as it was even built at the old Van Nuys assembly plant. It seems the work here on this 350-powered beast includes attention to the brakes and suspension. Additionally, the original tan exterior color was ditched for the rather handsome white with black stripes styling you see above.
Also, if you get bored with that 350, you can always give this car even more motivation seeing as its a pre-smog car. I do believe a LS3 and a six-speed manual gearbox would make for a rather interesting commute.
Fine Chevy Fans, You Get A Surf Wagon Too
Digging the Chevellified longroof, but 1972 is too new for a proper surf wagon.Loading…
Agreed. It should be a ’65 Chevelle (AMT made a 1/25 scale model that came with surfboards – I built one), or maybe a ’59 Kingswood.Loading…
This site is so dead, here is a truck load of coffins.Loading…
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