Hi everyone. Last spring I got a terrible wagon-fever. I already have 2- and 4-door 69 Plymouth b-bodies, at first I tried to hunt for the only? finnish imported 8-passenger 69 Satellite. I found owner from late 90s, but nothing after that. After dead ends, I started to look others, what Mopar made in late 60 and early 70s. I quickly found fuselages and noticed they could have pretty good options. I never have owned a c-body before, so I started to look around for high optioned fuselages. I saw craigslist ad for 72 TC here, I asked if someone local would call for it. Steve offered to call for it, but we decided it was not for me. Then Steve offered his 73 TC. Looked pretty much what I was looking. Mostly in original paint, low mileage car. Some rust in floors and spare tire well, nothing much. After some cleaning, it looked pretty good. I didn't want a show piece, I wanted a car to drive with my family and friends E85 440-4 Barrel D34 TorqueFlite Automatic Transmission CP46 C = Chrysler P = Premium 46 = 9 Passenger Wagon T3C T = Unknown 3 = 1973 C = Jefferson Avenue, MI, USA 324567 Sequence Number '324567' HT8 Paint Code: Chestnut met D8T5 D = Deluxe 8 = Vinyl 50/50 Split Bench Seat T5 = Saddle Tan B01 Date Built: 11 / 01 / 1972 HT8 Roof Color: Chestnut met H54 Duel / Air / Temperatur / AC R35 AM / FM Multiplex Sterio L31 Hood / Fender Mount Turn Signal P44 Auto Lock Tailgate M91 Luggage Rack Deck Lid P31 Power Windows P41 Power Door Locks S61 Tilt Telescopic Steering Wheel M95 Assist Handles V5X Black - Mouldings - Protective Insert Body Side G25 Manual Vent Window J67 Hevay Duty Wiring Harness R32 Duel Rear Speakers N51 Max Engine Cooling Almost everything I wanted, passenger power seat and cruise control would be cool to add. So, in late may, we had a deal. Steve fixed leaking exhaust, replaced igniton parts etc. He basically made it driveable. I ordered some spare parts to go with car and then we started to wait shipping. That was a long waiting, but car arrived in Finland a week ago! Yesterday was the day to get it home. There was still 350 miles to get it, I decided to drive it home. I tried to ask a truck ride, but I could not get straight answer when they could bring it. I also couldn't find a big enough trailer. So I packed tools and spare parts in my dailydriver and there we go. 6 hours drive later, I quickly checked fluids and taped temporary licence plates to windshield and started to drive TC home. After 30 miles, at first red lights, engine died. We added gas in middle of intersection, drove off and it died again in next intersection. Rolled it to nearby parking lot and figured that fuel filter was clogged. Luckily I was prepared to that and I changed it. After that, engine ran even better than before There was also a little problems with lights, "fixed" it with jumpwire at gas station parking lot. Other than that, car felt and worked great! Oh yeah, did I already say that heater or defrosting did not work. Driving back took 11 cold hours... I have driven ~400 miles now and car works better all the time, even brake booster fixed itself. Cars like to be driven Now I have to figure how to get heat in car. It has autotemp 2, many parts are missing and wires/vacuum hoses cut. Blower motor also seems to be stuck. I'm glad Steve gave other wiring harness and vacuum hoses with car.