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Ply60Fury
Posted 2013-05-06 12:54 AM (#373681)
Subject: 1960 new yorker wagon pillerless


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i was just wondering what a good price is going for these? the body is pretty straight still has the 413 i believe in it. im going to find out more about it on tuesday but i really cant seem to find a price to base it off of. its complete just needs tlc. thank you
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ttotired
Posted 2013-05-06 4:14 AM (#373699 - in reply to #373681)
Subject: Re: 1960 new yorker wagon pillerless



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Have a go at getting a few pics of it up on the site

Pretty straight may meen old orriginal paint and old orriginal rust out?

Lets assume an engine that does not go (hopefully at least turn), body and floor rust, worn out interior and brakes ect haveing to be done (in other words a complete resto)

4drht wagons dont (and didnt) grow on trees, so that will (sort of) add to the value

Your location is not there to see, so that can effect the price as well.

There is one for sale here in Australia for $15000, heres the link to the add

http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=46755&...

If your in the US, then, useing that as a base price for a simmilar condition car, you could remove $4000 in freight costs, so it makes it $11000.

If it is a car that you really want, then grab it (if its in your budget) as they dont turn up that often (if at all), otherwise, other wagons do turn up every so often that may be better.

I love wagons in general, but would prize a 60 plymouth one most myself as I like the way the fins point out not slope in like most of the FL wagons do.

Basically, if you want it, get it, haggle for price if you can, but expect to be told that they wont crunch as you would be lucky to find another.

Really depends on your eagerness (and budget) vs the sellers eagerness and care factor to get rid of it

Best of luck

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Ply60Fury
Posted 2013-05-06 11:09 AM (#373754 - in reply to #373681)
Subject: RE: 1960 new yorker wagon pillerless


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i am in southern california and the car is too .the first time i looked at it, i popped the hood, radiator was empty. but it did have a holly 4 barrel and then took a look underneath and didnt see rust at all. the car still did have bias ply tires holding air. the passenger tail light was broken.
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Ply60Fury
Posted 2013-05-07 7:26 PM (#374027 - in reply to #373681)
Subject: RE: 1960 new yorker wagon pillerless


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http://s10.photobucket.com/user/73Pinto/slideshow/new
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b5rt
Posted 2013-05-07 8:04 PM (#374038 - in reply to #373681)
Subject: Re: 1960 new yorker wagon pillerless



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If it runs and moves under its own power, I'd rate it a #4 condition. Don't like the way the dash has been torn into. But it could be a very cool car with alot of work. You can use this as a guide as to value, but in the end it's whatever you're willing to pay. http://collectorcarmarket.com/menus/ccmprcs/60cyneer.html
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Ply60Fury
Posted 2013-05-07 8:40 PM (#374047 - in reply to #373681)
Subject: RE: 1960 new yorker wagon pillerless


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i can get the car for about 3k i think and if i get it running and clean up all the old carpet, maybe find a dash pad what would you consider it as a 3? . its 3 row seating, power seat power windows. has an extra dash too
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b5rt
Posted 2013-05-07 9:07 PM (#374051 - in reply to #373681)
Subject: Re: 1960 new yorker wagon pillerless



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Here's a couple of links for your discretion. http://www.firsttraderegistry.com/old_cars_price_guide.htm http://classiccars.about.com/od/buyingadvise/qt/ratingtip.htm
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Ply60Fury
Posted 2013-05-11 2:40 PM (#374689 - in reply to #373681)
Subject: RE: 1960 new yorker wagon pillerless


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so i went back to look again and i noticed there is no serial tag or body tag. the wrecking yard said they were able to locate the serial number on it but if i get it how can i do a vin check on the car . the only vin i know is on the driver door pillar and its not there.
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ttotired
Posted 2013-05-11 7:18 PM (#374732 - in reply to #373681)
Subject: Re: 1960 new yorker wagon pillerless



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If its the same as my 60 plymouth, you wont find one

I have looked everywhere and even if you get told the vin and get its OBM card (birth cert), that might
not help as mine did not have an engine number on it to at least say that the car has this engine, so the vin could be right.

As I am in Australia, I am not sure about the laws over there, but, it can most likely be re numbered by your motor registry people?

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Tuxedo
Posted 2013-05-16 3:32 PM (#375557 - in reply to #374732)
Subject: Re: 1960 new yorker wagon pillerless



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No rust, '60 NY'er wagon... for 3k? I'll make my own VIN tag!
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