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49 wagon
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Can someone give some use idea what this car is worth. Ballpark. Complete and runs. Some restored things. It is clean.

Ps. That garage can store ten cars.

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Re: 49 wagon
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You’ll probably need many more photos taken outdoors from all angles, including interior and engine compartment along with a fuller description of everything done and needed to even get a ballpark,

Posted on: 9/9 20:31:58
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Re: 49 wagon
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Thanks Don.

Hh56..said that too. The picture was an after thought when I was leaving.

I can get more pictures. I think the owner wants 55 to 80 grand just trying to see if that's realistic..

If that's what they are going for.

Posted on: 9/9 22:13:39
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Re: 49 wagon
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Is it a complete restoration?

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Re: 49 wagon
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A friend recently sold his station sedan with new wood and paint for $49,000. It was a very nice driver. From the picture I can see one incorrect item, center area of bumper should be painted body color.

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Re: 49 wagon
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I think that 22nd series cars were made both with the center sections painted and all chrome. The chrome version was later in the run for more bling. Can someone else weigh in here?

Posted on: 9/10 8:11:40
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Re: 49 wagon
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Looking at some factory photos from the MSU collection should be informative. Also just looking at a selection of factory renderings, photographs, and illustrated advertisements in Bob Neal's fine book; only in the introductory color advertisement is the bumper center section painted body color, in all the several others that area is plain chromium plating. But a caption by Bob Neal under one of the factory photos of station sedan #1 (plain chrome bumpers) states production cars had painted bumper centers. There may be more information in Bob's text.

Posted on: 9/10 14:24:52
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Re: 49 wagon
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Thanks Dell.

Posted on: 9/10 23:58:38
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Re: 49 wagon
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Some parts are restored . hasn't run in couple of years. Dead battery.

I'll see if the owner wants to list it. And I'll get full info and pictures.

The inside is nice.

Posted on: 9/11 0:09:14
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