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Apollo 61
Posted 2022-02-14 1:52 AM (#619376)
Subject: Northern California vintage yard closing and crushing out



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Powerflite
Posted 2022-02-14 2:58 AM (#619377 - in reply to #619376)
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Someone should grab that '67 fastback cuda and the '56 New Yorker. Is there any way to find out if this wagon has the 3rd rear seat, and what type of wagon it is?



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Apollo 61
Posted 2022-02-14 3:27 AM (#619381 - in reply to #619376)
Subject: RE: Northern California vintage yard closing and crushing out



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I believe that was a mid 60s impala wagon.
The 56 looked complete and solid
The car crusher company are some guys that I know and I have spoken with them and are willing to sell cars and parts before crusher.
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Powerflite
Posted 2022-02-14 3:40 AM (#619383 - in reply to #619376)
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It looks like a mopar b-body wagon, but hard to tell from the picture. Do you know what they would ask for the '56 New Yorker if it still has the motor?
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1960fury
Posted 2022-02-14 11:04 AM (#619386 - in reply to #619377)
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Powerflite - 2022-02-14 2:58 AM

Someone should grab that '67 fastback cuda


The 67-69 Cuda fastback is my all time favorite muscle car. Heck, who bought a Mustang, if he could have gotten a Barracuda for the same price? That these cars were available with the (IMO) best engine of all time, the indestructibe low deck B engine, is the icing on the cake.
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Apollo 61
Posted 2022-02-14 11:13 AM (#619387 - in reply to #619386)
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Nathan,I will find out what they want for the 56 of it still has motor.
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ronbo97
Posted 2022-02-14 11:53 AM (#619389 - in reply to #619387)
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Did I miss something ? I don't see any info on the name, address, phone number, etc of the yard.

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Powerflite
Posted 2022-02-14 2:40 PM (#619391 - in reply to #619386)
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1960fury - 2022-02-14 8:04 AM

Powerflite - 2022-02-14 2:58 AM

Someone should grab that '67 fastback cuda


The 67-69 Cuda fastback is my all time favorite muscle car. Heck, who bought a Mustang, if he could have gotten a Barracuda for the same price? That these cars were available with the (IMO) best engine of all time, the indestructibe low deck B engine, is the icing on the cake.


I agree, especially when you find out that the Mustang back seat doesn't fold down flat. What use is a fastback or wagon with a lumpy rear cargo area? The first car I bought at 15yrs old was a '68 Barracuda fastback that I recently sold. But I still have this '67 273S (now 340) fastback and a '68 383S fastback.



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1960fury
Posted 2022-02-14 4:45 PM (#619395 - in reply to #619391)
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Powerflite - 2022-02-14 2:40 PM

1960fury - 2022-02-14 8:04 AM

Powerflite - 2022-02-14 2:58 AM

Someone should grab that '67 fastback cuda


The 67-69 Cuda fastback is my all time favorite muscle car. Heck, who bought a Mustang, if he could have gotten a Barracuda for the same price? That these cars were available with the (IMO) best engine of all time, the indestructibe low deck B engine, is the icing on the cake.


I agree, especially when you find out that the Mustang back seat doesn't fold down flat. What use is a fastback or wagon with a lumpy rear cargo area? The first car I bought at 15yrs old was a '68 Barracuda fastback that I recently sold. But I still have this '67 273S (now 340) fastback and a '68 383S fastback.


That looks cozy!
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