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    I just found a 1977 Chrysler Town & Country Wagon - 9p, 440, 4 bbl, auto, air, brkes, 54,000 miles on od. pedals don't seem overly worn so may be true miles. Decent re-paint doesn't look like any rust that's been covered up - except a little cosmo work on rear corner and a pc of chrome with a big honk'n screw holding it on by the corner damage. Front door handle won't work, passenger rear window motor won't work. Upholstery in "very" good condition - over all - a very good cruiser or tow car. Now the big question - what's this thing worth?? Their ask'n $9.

  • #2
    Sounds like a nice boat. Big comfortable wagon. Not sure what it would be worth.

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    • #3
      $900 or $9,000? For 9,000 it'd have to be 100% perfect, the rarity of those cars means they will beat you up on parts if you don't have an insurance check to fix them. For $900, it's okay to have a few parts in need of replacement if it runs out and drives, because they will cost you.
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      • #4
        That's one of those "it's worth what someone will pay for it" cars. I wouldn't think it would be a high demand car so I wouldn't pay top dollar for it. If it's $9,000, for me, Jimmy Hoffa better be in the back seat.
        His car wasn't that fast, I caught him on the return road and passed him in the pits.
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        • #5
          $1500-$2000 tops.

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          • #6
            anything ever happen with this car?

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            • #7
              $1500-$2000 tops. :yeah that:

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              • #8


                This was pretty much mine almost to a "T". I tell you what, that was some kinda big car. And by big I mean biiiiiiiiiiiiig. It was a big car when cars were big.

                Lay a sheet of full size plywood in it without issue. Never needed a pickem' up. Took it to swap meets and it was the sleep vehicle. Easy easy fit to lay out sleeping ags and be quite comfy and did it many a time.

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                • #9
                  Mom and Dad had a 73 Ferd Town and country wagon complete with wood grain sides when I was in High school. I took it instead of my 69 Mustang on dates when I was fairly sure things were gonna "happen", and I'm NOT talking about putting sheets of plywood in the back! "things" usually worked out VERY WELL!
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                  • #10
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