SOLD 1973 Chrysler T&C 440

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I’m offering my 1973 Chrysler T&C , I spent a fair amount of money and time on the Wagon when I brought it last Summer as an non runner with engine damage from the original owners family for $6500.
I pulled the engine apart and fund a broken valve that’s why they stopped driving the wagon in 1983, I replaced following parts.
Fresh rebuild Heads
New Water pump
New Fuel pump
New Carburetor
New Plugs and Wires
New Lukas High Zink oil and filter
New top end gaskets
New Belts
New Master and rebuild booster
New Schocks all 4
New TTI exhaust system
New NOS front and rear bumpers
New Radiator
New Battery
New ATC servo and system works
New Tires
New transmission service including new gear selector shaft seal
and lots of other little things.
I got most of the work done at my buddy’s shop” CUTTERUP Diesel and Auto here in Calgary”
The Wagon is all original Paint and shows well I did not hat time to give the car a good power polish at the moment as I have too many projects on the go.
I would sell the Wagon for $12000usd what is less then I have invested in the car, I would like to see it go to a good home.
I won’t post 500 pictures here if someone is interested he can call me and then we can go from there, I will help with all the export paperwork to get the Wagon in to the USA no problem if some from USA is interested.
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Gorgeous! And I usually dislike the '73 front styling. Your car hits my "hell, yeah!" buttons...but my bank account is laughing hysterically at my desires. Best of luck with the sale; that appears to be a very nice longroof!
 

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Great Deal! I wish you luck. Great work on the car. Too bad that I don't collect wagons (Only Cordobas and Imperials) or I would snap this up. HMMM, Do I need a shop parts runner? Maybe.
 

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the wagon sounds just amazing in my opinion, I took the video last night after I left the car wash.
 

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My expertise with Fusies is, unfortunately, not as up to speed I have with Slabs and Formals, but, I thought that on the shackles, only one side was offset and the other was straight. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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What I thought:
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My expertise with Fusies is, unfortunately, not as up to speed I have with Slabs and Formals, but, I thought that on the shackles, only one side was offset and the other was straight. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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I think all the wagons like that , have to check on my 73 Wagon with 440
 
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