I know I have been absent on Wagon Wednesdays for a while, but I thought this listing was just what the feature is made for. This is a 1967 Plymouth Fury Suburban Wagon that has been slightly customized by an Airbrush Artist. I’m still not convinced that I am in love with it, but I’m not hating it either.
The blank canvas is a 1967 Plymouth Suburban Wagon with a couple of desirable options. First is the 383 CID V-8, backed up by probably the most dependable Automatic, the Chrysler Torqueflite. Next, this car has Air Conditioning, and it looks factory because of the unique Chrysler twin piston Air Compressor under the hood. On top of all the Air-Brushed Woodgrain, the previous owner decided to add vintage looking Plymouth tail-lamps from the 50s, and this isn’t all that successful in my opinion, with the driver side lamp that appears just a bit wonky.
The Air-Brushed Woodgrain also makes an appearance on the dashboard, and it looks like a customized dash pad has been installed, and doesn’t seem to fit all that well. But enough nit picking, and take in the entire vehicle. When was the last time you saw a mid 60s Plymouth Wagon that looked this presentable? While there are some details that are questionable, I’d still rock it. Take a look at the listing, and tell me what you think about it.
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