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75-79 DL Wagon

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#1 saltydog3111


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Posted 11 December 2004 - 11:10 PM

Looking to bring back my glory days of taking the old wagon up to NC mtns. Looking for 75-79 DL wagon any condition considered. Would prefer running but needs TLC or what ever. Have car will travel.

#2 75subie


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Posted 11 December 2004 - 11:17 PM


i know this is quite a ride from you, but look here:

#3 moosens


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Posted 11 December 2004 - 11:18 PM

Getting very hard to find these on the east coast.
I know of a guy who might let one go up here in CT but it'd be a parts car requiring lots of work to make roadworthy again.

I've seen a stage I sedan near Winston Salem about 3 years ago.You probably know this but the Boone area holds a few up in the hills.Good luck.If you find something and need parts be sure to contact me.

I'd let my '78 4WD wagon go for $4,500......which is $500 less than what I'd let it go for last year.Sign of the times.

You can score one in Florida,just check the Marketplace back a few pages.It's only like $300.....DEAL!!!!

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