Let's see some Wagons!

Fury Man Van

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I've always had a weakness for yellow C-body wagons!
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I'm tempted to recommend selling the rims for scrap metal so they can't disgrace anything else, but it's none of my business. (The scrapper wouldn't pay much, anyway.)

Rims with five or six spokes always reminded my late S.O. of baby-carriage wheels.
Absolutely these wheels will never roll again That I promise
 

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I’d work on the important stuff first. Like engine, trans, brakes and body. If those wheels and tires hold air they’re good for now. They can be replaced later.
 

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I’d work on the important stuff first. Like engine, trans, brakes and body. If those wheels and tires hold air they’re good for now. They can be replaced later.
Yes I agree. I've decided that she is going to get the 440 that I have been looking for something to put it in.
 

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This was my 1961 sports suburban wagon. Car was awesome but somehow never really ran right. Hope it is still out there somewhere being loved!
 

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Hi, new here, grew up around/with mopars - anyways, just saved a rough but solid 70 T&C 6 passenger from being demo derby'd. Want to get it driveable. 383 4v but with almost no other options. Anyways, just thought I'd introduce myself and my wagon.

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just saved a rough but solid 70 T&C 6 passenger from being demo derby'd. Want to get it driveable. 383 4v but with almost no other options.
Thank you for posting, CP45N0C182403 is very nice with FT3 "satin tan metallic" paint and P4T5 "saddle tan" interior. Here are the pics from the FB ad for posterity, before they disappear.

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Hi, new here, grew up around/with mopars - anyways, just saved a rough but solid 70 T&C 6 passenger from being demo derby'd. Want to get it driveable. 383 4v but with almost no other options. Anyways, just thought I'd introduce myself and my wagon.

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Oh thank you for rescuing another wagon!:thumbsup:
 

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Hi, new here, grew up around/with mopars - anyways, just saved a rough but solid 70 T&C 6 passenger from being demo derby'd. Want to get it driveable. 383 4v but with almost no other options. Anyways, just thought I'd introduce myself and my wagon.

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Great job saving this wagon! Really like the 1970 models I'm sure you'll enjoy driving it
 

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Thank you for posting, CP45N0C182403 is very nice with FT3 "satin tan metallic" paint and P4T5 "saddle tan" interior. Here are the pics from the FB ad for posterity, before they disappear.

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Good to see a T&C saved from the crusher. This is a good web site with a lot of experienced & knowledgeable people. That T&C has potential to clean up nicely. I have restored an Oregon Dodge Monaco wagon. Worth it, whatever level of driveability you get it to.
 

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I post mostly car related videos of cars I've owned on my You Tube channel, they get a few hits and comments but the exception is this short one showing my 66 coming off the trailer - it has more than 14, 000 views and quite a few comments! People love wagons because they all have memories of them but there are so few that have survived.

 
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