1957 Plymouth Dodge Chrysler MOPAR Buick Hemi 2 Door Station Wagon

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  • Item location: Broomfield, Colorado, United States
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Other
  • Type: Wagon
  • Trim: Deluxe
  • Year: 1957
  • Mileage: 90,692
  • VIN: 161808534
  • Color: White & Gold
  • Engine size: 318 Poly
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
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Plymouth Other 1957 Description

1957 Plymouth SuburbanStation Wagon

Hello classic Mopar and Mr. Exner's big fin car fans as well as station Wagon enthusiasts. Here is a very nice very rare nearly complete mostly original and unmolested 1957 Plymouth Suburban2 door wagon. An older four door wagon may show up from time to time (seldom) but finding or seeing a 2 door wagon is truly a rare occasion not to be missed. This car is very solid except for a couple of rust holes on the floor pans mostly by the front seat and has tremendous potential to be a show stopper. It's like art deco on wheels! A substantial amount of restoration work had already been done by the time I bought the car about three years ago (body work paint etc.). Most of the exterior work had been completed quite nicely and except for a couple of small blemishes the car shows/presents beautifully in its newer white body and gold roof color combination and other upgrades. The chrome and stainless steel trim work are in great shape and shine brightly. Most of the glass is in good/great condition except for a crack(s) on the flat glass in the side doors.

The car runs but the 318 Poly engine (upgraded) will probably need some kind of tune up since it has been sitting for a couple of years. The gas tank is currently by-passed and a small gas can and line is used to run the engine. The gas tank was boiled clean and relined (per the previous owner) as part of the restoration but he didn't want gas to sit in it untilall the work was finished. I believe that any mechanical work if needed will be fairly minimal. The car has the very rare 3 speed manual transmission (think three on the tree) with the lever on the steering column. Though the seats are intact they probably could be reupholstered (the front and back have different fabric but blend in well) if the new owner wants to. The padded portion of the dash is somewhat dried up and shows some cracks; it will need to be redone/re-padded. The rest of the dash (metal) instrument panel gauge cluster etc. are in very nice condition and just need to be cleaned/polished. The door panels will need to be redone/reupholstered and new carpet installed (the original floor covering is still on the cabin floors which appears to be a thick composite/hard vinyl type material which was applied at the factory. This coating has obviously lost some of its flexibility as it is now somewhat brittle and cracked in places. The headliner will need to be repaired/redone as some of the hard board panels were removed. A few are still in place. The removed panels come with the car. NOTE: I will include several extra headliner panels at least one complete set at no extra charge - including several extra bows in remarkable condition - for the lucky person who purchases the car at the Buy It Now price. I also have A LOT of extra parts (several boxes) some very hard - if not impossible to find - for this car that I will make available to the new owner (at an extra cost of course) to facilitate and/or enhance any restoration work needed and subsequent upkeep and maintenance.

This very rare 2 door station wagon looks great as is now. It has been in a museum since I bought it and has actually been/is currently on display amongst several other similarly beautiful late fifties big fin Mopars. Basically it just needs the interior refinished/reupholstered andonly a handful of minor other things.

The car is very attractively priced at the Buy It Now price of $17500. NOTE: I would include all of the extra parts I have for this car (several boxes) and an extra rear bumper to boot for an even $20000. The car would be loaded up with lots of useful goodies - just think of all the leg work and time you would save! The Reserve is a little bit lower than the Buy It Now price but why chance loosing out on such a cool classic wagon by trying to bid on it - don't be cheap and seize the opportunityBid with confidence - see my impeccable feedback.

Please call me with any questions at303-941-1765.- much easier than e-mails! Please NO text messages. You're welcome and encouraged to look at the car in person to truly appreciate this rare wagon before bidding. All sales are final - no return or refund. $500 deposit due immediately upon end of auction via PayPal. Remaining balance due within 48 hours via Bank to Bank deposit or wire. Shipping arrangements and costs to your location the cost and responsibility of the Buyer. Car must be picked up within seven days after the end of the auction.

Thank you for looking and Happy bidding!

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