33k Original Miles: 1972 Plymouth Fury Sport Suburban

Mopar Wagons

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    Turboomni Old Man with a Hat

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    Post it 3 times, that’s a good one to see multiple times!
     
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    Turboomni Old Man with a Hat

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    Yeah sorry bout that. I guess I should have checked more carefully before I posted this.
     
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    Glad you posted it. Somehow I missed it the first time around.

    Very curious to see what this one goes for.

    Jeff
     
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    what’s your guess?
     
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    I'm thinking it could go as high as $8000 to $8500.

    If I end up fixing the squished '72 that I have, I plan to sell it when it's done. This will give me some idea what the market is for them. Granted, the ebay car has 100K less miles than mine and mine will be an R title when done, but the ebay car needs a ton of work to get it roadworthy again, where mine will be 100% turn-key when finished.

    Jeff
     
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    foreign bidders can't bid on it so there is less competition out there.
    A couple of buddies tried

    Carsten
     
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    That's good to know. Lack of European bidders could certainly hold the price down a bit.

    Jeff
     
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    Sold at $7k
     
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    I watched the last 15 minutes of the auction.

    Very anti-climactic. No late bidding and no sniping. Have to say it was disappointing.

    Winning bidder has zero feedback. Probably a shill bidder. That's why there's all the stuff about second chance offers in the auction text.

    Jeff
     
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