1969 Wagon - Turbo v6 - $20k

Discussion in 'Cars and Parts For Sale Leads' started by cjp69, Mar 13, 2019.

  1. cjp69

    cjp69 Platinum Level Contributor

  2. Smokey15

    Smokey15 So old that I use AARP bolts.

    I wonder what the interior looks like? If the car is as nice inside/out and underside. as depicted, worth the price.
  3. BuickGSrules

    BuickGSrules Gold Level Contributor

  4. Ken Mild

    Ken Mild King of 18 Year Resto's

    The fact that someone actually put a Turbo 6 (very neatly I might add) into a Stepchild Wagon deserves huge honorable mention.
  5. 2manybuicks

    2manybuicks Platinum Level Contributor

    That is a wicked ride. Wish it was a sporty, but still -- way cool.
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  6. 68 Wildcat

    68 Wildcat Wildcat parts? What Wildcat parts?

    Completely agree. The way he re- fabbed the A/C lines and adapted a newer compressor is quite nice.
  7. 12.0 wagon

    12.0 wagon Grocerys optional

    Very cool!!!!!
  8. Luxus

    Luxus Gold Level Contributor

    Well that's not something you see every day. Very nice.
  9. NorCal.Buicknut

    NorCal.Buicknut Well-Known Member

    Wasn't there a 62or63 wagon in that area done same way ?
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  10. Clarkie

    Clarkie Well-Known Member

    Looks to be well done. I likey.
  11. bill lagna

    bill lagna Well-Known Member

    Love those 68 bamboo cream wagons !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    even with a v6
  12. Golden Oldie 65

    Golden Oldie 65 Well-Known Member

    Now that is as cool as it gets!!! No offense to you stepchildren but if it were a `65 I'd be all over that car.
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  13. redsixty9

    redsixty9 Platinum Level Contributor

    1963 Buick Special - cars & trucks - by dealer - vehicle automotive sale It was for sale last summer in Wisconsin for around $20 grand. looked a lot better slammed. kinda looks funky at ride height in the picture. Funny I saw the the 68 wagon in person about 7yrs ago when buying some equipment from him off craigslist. Always wondered what ever happened to that car. It was very cool car. Looked like a very nice install.
  14. Chi-Town67

    Chi-Town67 Gold Level Contributor

    Can't say the same about the body side moldings. Yikes!! :eek:
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  15. redsixty9

    redsixty9 Platinum Level Contributor

    So true. It's been a while since I've installed a set of those. It used to be $75.00 in my pocket installing a set of vinyl moldings and some vinyl pinstripes. One of the benefits of having your dad behind the service desk at the local Buick dealer. That and all the used L78-15" tires I could roast off the old Buick. Nice.:cool:
  16. Buicksky

    Buicksky Silver Level contributor

    Always thought that would be a great engine swap into a 69. I wonder what the quarter mile time might be with that heavy wagon and the turbo V6?

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