Need lots of photos inside, outside, engine compartment, and undercarriage. It would also be helpful to have a list of things replaced/repaired instead of what's not... and a asking price... selling price is all in the beholder.
Looks like a nice wagon. Just remember that we are pretty much still in a "buyers market" as far as i am concerned when selling a classic car. As far as price, i have never seen a 4dr wagon at that price.
Nice looking wagon! I also haven't seen a wagon, except Nomads, go for that price point but it is a asking price!
You might want to list the brands of some of the items like gauges, radio, radiator, brakes and what specifically the transmission is... "transmission with overdrive" could be a 3 speed 1957 standard O/D or a 480LE... big price difference!!
Your best chance at selling a high end car is if everything is 100% done. So get a new windscreen in it. Then there will be nothing nagging a prospective buyer, and less reason to negotiate (too far) down.
That is a Badass looking wagon!!! I can tell you did it right and spared no expense. Might have trouble getting 45K for it... Best of luck to you!
Nice wagons are harder to come by than sedans and coupes. Searched a year before I bought mine.
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