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Awesome Ebay Find!!!!

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I immediately fell in love with this on EBAY. It isn't good shape but it is wearing 427 badges. I couldn't find any place to decode the VIN to find out if it was original. 68 Caprice Wagon 427??

And this which I had never heard of before. 92 Lumina Z34 Earnhardt Edition #23 of 25

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Wow.... I would have traded my 1968 Chevrolet for that in a heartbeat, even thouht it was a Camaro.

Absolutely awsome. I'd llove a wagon like that. :wub:

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caprice = unique! says it's rust free.... that's just not possible lol

lumina, interesting... pretty rare ,at least it was driven some... prolly local car shows

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She's not in the best of shape...pretty cool nonetheless.

The coolest wagon is still the Magnum though :P

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