This is not “dare to be different”, this is not, “why be normal”, this is just straight up bad ass. You are looking at a 1963 Plymouth Savoy station wagon with a 440ci big block, a four speed manual transmission, a mint-o-licious interior, and a Dana 60 there to backstop it all and handle the power. Everything from the color to the stance of this wagon is right and we’re kind of having the flop sweats every time we see it. The seller wants about $24,000 for it and while that’s not small money, this is also not a small car in terms of it presentation and unique nature.
We see lots of wagons that we like on a weekly basis on the internet but few of them rise to the level of this sucker. Why? There’s always a thing or an element to them that we don’t really like. Maybe it’s the color, maybe it’s the year. Maybe it’s the engine choice, a skeevy interior, and the list goes on and on. This car? Holy cow we’e not finding fault with anything.
The headers are 2″ primary jobs feeding a custom exhaust complete with electric cut outs, the Dana 60 has a limited slip in it, the four speed is a venerable Chrysler A-833, and the engine apparently still measures to 440ci, which is neat as well.
Tell us what the problems are here because we’re not seeing any and good gravy do we have the urge to shoot an email to the owner. It’s just so good.