You and I both know that car is twice or three times the car those rusted out overpriced hulks were at that auction.I'll bet there will be plenty of time for buyer's remorse from that auction. I can't believe what they got for some of that junk.
Very nice wagon but and this is one of my pet peeves, its not a Belair its most likely a 210 because of the belt line trim and possibly a 150, they didnt make 2 door Belair Wagons other than Nomads, some people think all Trifives are Belairs, I agree its hard to understand the prices paid at that auction the low mileage ones may have been worth a little more but not that much, I do understand the one fellow paying a little more to get his old car back, how many of us get that chance, too bad the other bidders didnt know his attraction to it and back off and give the guy a break as it meant more to him than anyone else.
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