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Well, it says Plainsman on the side, so I'm guessing it's the Chrysler Plainsman wagon from 1956. Is that the one with the cow fur seats?

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Is pretty beat up for only 50K miles. I never cared for this one (tho it has a host of interesting details), but like any other period concept, it deserves restoration.

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Ugly but intersting and I agree with Balthazar, it deserves restoring to take it's proper place in the history bucket of auto's,

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That rise in the roof only adds to the ugly duckling nature. Agree it has that old Dodge, Plymouth look to it. I do love all things classic so even though its odd, would be an interesting restoration and most likely you would get "looks" tooling around in that.

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