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#2485012 - 04/19/18 09:20 AM 1972 Wagon
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#2485016 - 04/19/18 09:22 AM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: PDR Dude]
bigdad Offline
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Nice car, been for sale a long time .. and, I think will continue to be for that price

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#2485028 - 04/19/18 09:38 AM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: bigdad]
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The funky wheel covers holding it back?

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#2485040 - 04/19/18 10:08 AM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: PDR Dude]
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318, little to no options...which equates to little to no value. Appears to be a rubber floor mat car as well. Exterior color certainly isn't helping. I think $5k would be a stretch despite the mileage.

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#2485049 - 04/19/18 10:27 AM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: sixpakdodge]
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I could see $8500... twocents
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#2485053 - 04/19/18 10:29 AM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: sixpakdodge]
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Originally Posted By sixpakdodge
318, little to no options...which equates to little to no value. Appears to be a rubber floor mat car as well. Exterior color certainly isn't helping. I think $5k would be a stretch despite the mileage.


I agree, even though I like the fact that it is a base model. The paint color kills it for me. Now if it were green, especially F7, that would be a different story.
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#2485118 - 04/19/18 12:59 PM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: Rhinodart]
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Originally Posted By Rhinodart
I could see $8500... twocents


But, gosh, "price guide says 20k". rolleyes
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#2485170 - 04/19/18 02:46 PM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: John_Kunkel]
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Originally Posted By John_Kunkel
Originally Posted By Rhinodart
I could see $8500... twocents


But, gosh, "price guide says 20k". rolleyes


Those really should be printed on toilet paper

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#2485180 - 04/19/18 03:06 PM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: Morty426]
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Really nice wagon. I would like to have it, but not at that price.
The color is not my first choice either, but it's still a nice car. twocents
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#2485187 - 04/19/18 03:22 PM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: PDR Dude]
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Finding a wagon in that kind of original condition is pretty rare.
Based on that rarity alone it should be worth what he is asking.
But wagons continue to suffer from long held stereotypes and most are unwilling to drop real $$ on one.
So prices continue to be held back even though these cars are now almost 50yrs old and provide a super fun ownership factor.

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#2485195 - 04/19/18 03:38 PM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: f8-4life]
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It's not a stereotype, its about being desirable ..

Thar car is clean, and that is about where it ends, the rest is not desirable ..


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#2485199 - 04/19/18 03:57 PM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: PDR Dude]
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Nice rare clean car..just think, most of those met their demise due to rust, parted out, demo derbied or the crusher. I have had many wagons and clean ones bring good money. The color is not great, the wheels are hideous, I like the 318 bulletproof drivetrain.........I'd give 10K all day for it if not for kids in college......

Think how much fun that car would be....pile in the family, add a hitch and pull a boat.....I got more comments in my wagons that I did in my GM/Mopar muscle...


Edited by NewbombTurkk (04/19/18 03:59 PM)
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#2485207 - 04/19/18 04:18 PM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: NewbombTurkk]
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I remember a wagon similar to this one a few years ago that was not far
from me, someone was selling locally. It was a 73 I believe work
and it was mostly all original, 318/727 not many options, kinda rough, but still had the original FE5 red paint still on it, but all faded and dull. IIRC...
the seller wanted $2800 for it. I think it had around 150K or so on it.
I looked at it, but passed. Some month's later I saw it driving around
and the local redneck that apparantly bought it, decided to cover the
whole wagon in GRAY PRIMER....instead of trying to save and buff out the
original paint... eyes
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#2485240 - 04/19/18 05:59 PM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: PDR Dude]
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If it was half the price, and half the distance to California I would buy it in a heartbeat.
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#2485261 - 04/19/18 06:46 PM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: BloFish]
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The wheels are hideous. The yellow headlights are ridiculous. I like the color.

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#2485526 - 04/20/18 09:47 AM Re: 1972 Wagon [Re: PDR Dude]
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Neat car would make for a cool family hauler but I couldn't imagine going anywhere near that high on it.

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