Who says rust is a terrible thing? Upgrades to this Plymouth wagon include the engine and suspension. Bodywork? Not so much. See the story at Mopar Max Magazine. More pics after the jump!
I think this is the first wagon we have featured on Reader’s Rides. Here’s the word from Pete:
My name I Pete, I’m out of Amityville, New York. This is Rocket, my 1967 Dodge Coronet 440 wagon with a 383 under the hood, posi rear and rotor front brakes. Just for the record, some of my friends and wife don’t understand why I bought a wagon. Theres something really tuff about a old souped up wagon that grabs my eye. I have a friend who works for DMV and he ran a search for other Dodge coronet wagons registered on Long Island. He found out that I have the only ’67 coronet 440 wagon (that is registered) on all of Long Island.
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1970 Furys have the most menacing grille of any car ever. So what could me more awesome than a mean green 1970 Plymouth Fury Suburban wagon? You could fit your entire house in this thing. The seller claims it only has 62,000 miles. And it’s powered by a 402 crate motor. Sounds like it needs a few things sorted out, but man I want this. Ad text and tons more pics after the jump! The eBay auction ends on Wednesday.
Update: looks like the C-barge got bid up to $7,700 but reserve not met!