Two 1962 Max Wedge Plymouths for sale Not Mine
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Two 1962 Max Wedge Plymouths for sale Not Mine



I just spoke to the seller, he is in Pennsylvania, has a Max Wedge hard top and a convertible and an extra max wedge motor and tons of parts according to him. Wants to sell everything including his 24 foot enclosed trailer for $100k
He can talk about them for about an hour but needs to sell 
Will sell the car separate
Hemmings ad below
 Auburn, Pennsylvania, 17922

Seller’s Description: PLYMOUTH: 1962 Fury hardtop, white, red interior, Max Wedge, original owner from new, restored; 1962 Plymouth Fury convertible, white, red interior, minor mods, 4-speed, frame tied, custom Haartz top, extra date-coded Max Wedge engine, complete 30-yr collection of parts. Sam Yo, 570-754-7074, PA.
Mark

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