1973 Estate Wagon - $20k

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  1. cjp69

    cjp69 Platinum Level Contributor


    Very Rare Original 1973 Buick Estate Wagon, - $20,000 (Gwinn)
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    1973 buick estate wagon

    condition: like new
    cylinders: 8 cylinders
    drive: rwd
    fuel: gas
    odometer: 60000
    paint color: white
    size: full-size
    title status: clean
    transmission: automatic
    type: wagon

    Super Rare Original 1973 Buick Estate Wagon--hideaway rear hatch door and window. This car has a 455 big block with 4 barrel. Automatic. Air Conditioning. I'm the 2nd owner. Original rally wheels. Dual exhaust out behind rear doors. Installed a $1200.00 Top of the line Pioneer Head unit CD player Media player with JBL PRO speakers. Three row seating all forward and collapsible. This car even has factory tow package and hitch with Air Shocks. Very Low miles. It has always been stored indoors. I am looking for $20,000 cash. Mark 906-360-897nine. No dealers, No spam. No Emails. If you interested call my Cell Number listed and leave me a message.
  2. Luxus

    Luxus Gold Level Contributor

    Wow, that's quite the find. Only thing that would have made it perfect for me was if it was a '74. The price seems a little high but on the other hand, where are you going to find another one that as nice as this looks.
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  3. 66electrafied

    66electrafied Just tossing in my nickel's worth

    Well, it's white...not the best colour for something that big. It's claimed to be rare, - how so? They made lots of these. How many survived? Who cares?
    Rare doesn't mean it's worth something, it could also mean no one wants it. Most of these cars were unceremoniously scrapped in the 80s because no one wanted these big battleships anymore, especially after the advent of the mini-van. Bring one to an Earth Day celebration and it's liable to have obscenities sprayed on it.
    That said, I don't think I've ever seen one cleaner and in better shape than the one presented here. In one respect it's a shame; this car will never get the respect that it's condition and presentation lends itself to, it really is a beautiful car. I think the owner will be looking for his $20,000 for a long time though, this isn't the kind of vehicle that lends itself to being hopped up or redone like the Sportwagons do.

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