Hey all, I'm starting to throw around the idea of selling my wagon. In the 3.5 years I have owned it, I've only ever seen 3 others for sale, only one other that I'd say is comparable condition (TXDon). I've only ever known of one person on here that has one. What's everyone's thoughts on rarity and values on the wagons in the next few years? For those of you that don't know my car (taken from window sticker), 1966 Monaco 9 passenger Light Blue/Blue just under 64K California car, bought off a collector in Maine (oddly, when you google 66 Monaco wagon, the photos from the original listing still show up) 383 4bbl 351 Dodge Group (radio, remote mirror, PS, PB) AC (non-working) PW Assist Handles Roof Rack Cleaner Air Bumper guards, front Clock Tinted Glass Padded sun visors Retractable seat belts Trailer towing Undercoating Emergency Flasher This is an extremely nice survivor, original paint and interior. No rust ever. Since I've owned it: Sourced a nice set of the mag hub caps Replaced carb with 1406 Edelbrock Had front bench seat base re-stuffed Converted to dual master cylinder - replaced 1 brake line and 1 wheel cylinder during the work. It's starting to show the need for deferred maintenance: Original radiator should be recored. Heater core Typical leaks for a 54 year old motor Front end is starting to get a little sloppy. Has a minor scrape on the rear tail end, damaged trim. Chrome all around is good, but not show. Wood grain paneling is sun damaged and dull. Needs rear rails repaired - not for rust...looks like a tow truck driver used the drain holes to hook and damaged (about a 2 inch split in the metal). Yes, I know that they are only original once. I'm not really asking what people think its worth, but what are the odds if I let it go that I will ever find another, or that I'll always regret it. At this point I have a few other projects, and this takes up so much garage real estate!