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You guys watched me build my wagon - so what do you think it's worth as it now sits?

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More Details?

(Sorry, I haven't been following as much lately..)

Without knowing anything else, if it runs and drives, at least a few grand is possible....

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You guys watched me build my wagon - so what do you think it's worth as it now sits?

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I grew up with one of those...I would love to get my hands on one..... :yes:

Though honestly, I think it might just be a keeper.....

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More Details?

(Sorry, I haven't been following as much lately..)

Without knowing anything else, if it runs and drives, at least a few grand is possible....

All the details you could ever want are in the Project car forum.

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Looking at it I would say 1,300 or so if I didn't know what you had already done to it.

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All the details you could ever want are in the Project car forum.

OK OK...(head over there..).I need to catch up....

I knew you were fixing her up, just haven't followed the last few months...

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If you keep it, you'll have a large, hauler-type vehicle that will allow you to have something small and fun in the driveway, something that seems MINI in comparison to your wagon.

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I think you should donate it to the XP715 foundation. All donations are tax-deductible!

I dunno, what do you WANT for it (I really like it!)?

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Tough call. As my dad would say 'It's worth whatever anyone'll give you for it!'. Thanks, Dad.

Seriously, I never follow iron this new, and I would think even in 'normal' times, the pool for an intermediate late '70s wagon is pretty small. What that pool would be willing to pony up, I have no idea. On the up side, the '70s stuff continues to garner more interest as the demo that grew up with them gets disposable. nostolgic income. On the downside, does anyone have any disposable income these days??

Not that it matters WRT a value- but what do you have into it?

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Well,

I'm in no way sure that I'm going to try to sell it unfinished, but right now I need to evaluate that possibility.

Here are some factoids:

- Wagons seem to be kinda hot as collectibles these days (if anything is)

- I never intended for it to be a "keeper"

- I don't think the documentation of the project so far could be much better.

- It is on the road and legal right now

- At a guess, I'd say that I still have under 5k in the whole project - but I haven't tallied it up so I could be off.

I know that any number would be essentially a guess at this point, but I value everyone's opinion.

Satty: Aint gonna happen. :lol:

XP: that's what I'm trying to figure out.

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I believe it would be worth it to paint it before selling it, if that is what you really want to do. And Satty's right, it would make a versatile, commodious daily driver. Open the rear vent windows, put the pups in, and haul ass.
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I believe it would be worth it to paint it before selling it, if that is what you really want to do. And Satty's right, it would make a versatile, commodious daily driver. Open the rear vent windows, put the pups in, and haul ass.

No vent windows in this one,Ocn.

Only the ones with the third seat option got them after '73 or '74.

But yeah, paint is likely to be a must do.

As for daily driving, that has to be a truck (at least for now).

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With paint I'd say you could get 5K maybe more if you found the right buyer. Without paint 3K or so you have done a nice job with it.

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NADA Guides might give you a rough sense of value: Classic Car Prices

Ran through that real quickly and it looks like GM4life is pretty close to what they say.

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:blush: Well I feel like a dope. Missed the detail about the vent windows.
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You'll get more if more eyes see it....

As much as I hate Ebay, that might be an idea....

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You'll get more if more eyes see it....

As much as I hate Ebay, that might be an idea....

I'm just evaluating the idea of selling it at this point.

No decsion has been made yet, just looking into it.

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I'm just evaluating the idea of selling it at this point.

No decsion has been made yet, just looking into it.

I would say for the right buyer.... 5-10k depends what outlet you are going through to get it sold.

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