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I owned one of those. Bought it from a guy in Anacortes, Washington. It was his son's, who sadly enough had been killed by a drunk driver while he was changing a tire for a stranded motorist. They were built and sold to the Post office (as was mine), or to small businesses, like florists, and such. Mine had the Post Office info written in chalk inside the back hatch. Also had a wooden box where the back seat would be in a regular wagon. Ran a 223 cid straight 6, 3 on-the-tree, with overdrive, and 4.11:1 posi in a 9" rear end. Quality control wasn't the greatest, apparently. The inner door panel upholstery had the same steer heads embossed in them that the Rancheros had. Well, they were all upside-down on the passenger's door panel! :LOL:

I had a 59 wagon that I bought for $100 because it wasn't running. Had newer Crager mags and nice tires on it. Fixed it in the ladies driveway and she wasn't happy with I drove away in it.
 
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I had a 59 wagon that I bought for $100 because it wasn't running. Had newer Crager mags and nice tires on it. Fixed it in the ladies driveway and she wasn't happy with I drove away in it.
I bought a Karmann Ghia from a couple of ladies when I lived in New York. It had been sitting for 4 years in their back yard. A friend had taken a part off the engine, and never replaced it. I gave them $25 for it, investigated the situation, rerouted the fuel line to take up the space of the missing fuel filter, put a battery in it, and drove it onto the trailer. Yeah, some pissed-off women right there, lemme tell ya. As a courtesy, I no longer do things like that. ;)

Btw, I'd love to have a '59 wagon! Or, did you mean a Chevy? :ROFLMAO:
 

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I see one every once in a while on the way to and from work that is an exact clone of that one

Just like many other rigs now the price of these things has gone thru the roof. A 86 4Runner someone was trying to sell on FB yesterday for $12K.... Just crazy.
 
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Can anyone tell me what this emblem is called? It usually takes an old school, die-hard Mopar fan to actually know what it's called. You'll win my admiration if you can name it without looking it up online! ;)

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