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1961 Plymouth Suburban Wagons
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61ply2drwgn
Posted 2015-06-28 1:50 PM (#483027 - in reply to #471880)
Subject: RE: 1961 Plymouth Suburban Wagons


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I'll throw my 61 2dr Suburban Wagon on here. I am not done with it yet, but getting closer. Need to get the left side trim straightened and start on the interior. The aluminum slant six was pitted pretty bad, so I went with a 318 Magnum I had and a newer 727. It has an e-body rear end to get rid of the tapered axles. It has all of its original body panels and needed very little metal work. Still need to do a little in the spare tire area. It was originally Olive green and only had the front seat. I still have the Military plate that has all its info on it.



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pistolgrip
Posted 2015-07-16 7:29 PM (#484650 - in reply to #117265)
Subject: Re: 1961 Plymouth Suburban Wagons


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Very cool wagon!
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d500neil
Posted 2015-07-18 10:46 AM (#484755 - in reply to #117265)
Subject: Re: 1961 Plymouth Suburban Wagons



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I know that they're hard to find (and to install), but a chromed roof rack would really set off the rest of your ride's
impact and appearance.

Nice car!

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61ply2drwgn
Posted 2015-08-30 12:02 PM (#488335 - in reply to #484755)
Subject: Re: 1961 Plymouth Suburban Wagons


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I have thought about the roof rack. I have had enough problems finding the trim I need for it. I am now looking for the right side belt moulding. The short 3" piece that goes between the rear window and the drip rail. It is a fun wagon and gets looks everywhere you go.
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69stang
Posted 2018-04-02 1:32 PM (#560956 - in reply to #471784)
Subject: RE: 1961 Plymouth Suburban Wagons



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69stang - 2015-03-06 8:47 AM

Old thread but wanted my old car documented. 61 Plymouth Fury Wagon Golden Commando. It was my first car. I bought it for $50 when I was 15 from the original owner who used it as a shop car for his body shop. It had been sitting for about 3 years when I bought it. It had a 361 with a carter 4V. I stored it in my parents barn while I was in the military then sold it around 89. A few years ago a co-worker said he thought he saw it in a junkyard south of Dayton. Several months later I went to the yard to find it. It was nowhere to be seen. A regular to the yard said it might have been crushed when a company contracted by the yard crushed several cars by mistake. so here's the only pics I have of it.



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