This 1972 Dodge Monaco Station Wagon Is A Rare And Huge Cruiser – 400ci and Simulated Wood Grain


This 1972 Dodge Monaco Station Wagon Is A Rare And Huge Cruiser – 400ci and Simulated Wood Grain

I’m not even sure where to start with this one. This 1972 Dodge Monaco station wagon is one of just 2,500 ever made and we’re kind of surprised at that. The car is awesome looking with a cool hidden headlight front end, the simulated wood grain graphics happening down the side, the rear grab handles to aid passengers getting in and out of the famed “way back” area and this one happens to have a 400ci engine lurking under its spacious hood.

The seller is more than upfront about the car and talks about how he had it resprayed it from the graphics down along the sides of the car. The interior looks minty, the unique and cool dash looks like the day it was made, and it even comes with two sets of wheels. At the time of this writing the bidding was right around $8,000 and the reserve had been met. This thing is going to sell the only question that remains is the final price.

The one styling element that we do not understand is the odd body crease on the bottom sides of the doors. It is just a line that goes to nowhere. Someone that better understands the aesthetic decisions made by the artists behind perfecting the look of a car may be able to give you something you could use on that.

This is a big, cool, and bad ass wagon which I’m currently in love with.

LINK:  EBAY AD FEATURING THIS AWESOME 1972 DODGE MONACO WAGON


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2 thoughts on “This 1972 Dodge Monaco Station Wagon Is A Rare And Huge Cruiser – 400ci and Simulated Wood Grain

  1. Chevy Hatin' Mad Geordie

    What is it with American station wagons? Always babyshit brown with fake woodgrain – did they get a deal on the paint and crap fake wood vinyl or were the buyers victims of good taste amputations?

    Answers on a post card to I don’t give a shit as long as its not a Chevy….

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  2. C.M. Bendig

    Odd I am not seeing your FB posts until they are 3 to 11 days old.

    I’m not a mopar person. Yet the car is described decently. I would hazard a guess the seller just recouped some of funds spent on the car with the $8,400 sale price. If he made a profit I would be shocked. That car may have done better at a higher end car auction. Maybe not mopar people are fickle and funny as to what they like.

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