I have owned this 1957 Plymouth Custom Suburban 9 passenger station wagon since 1991. Great rare classic car! I am the 2nd owner and kept it in the original condition. I am losing the garage space it has been in for 30 years so I have to unfortunately give this car up… A great buying for someone! All original matching parts has only 48K original miles and can be a daily driver. Been in many ads, parades, car shows with awards...Life-long garage kept car. It is powered by a Fury 301 V8 with 2bl carb, push button automatic transmission, rear facing back seat, & power back window. Clean title, no accidents or problems. I have the original owners manual, keys, and product poster of the 1957 line of wagons. It can be seen on the Mississippi Gulf Coast! If you know Crusin' The Coast you know the area! Contact me have some great videos of the car that shows everything!
The recent review of my car in American Classic Cars:
It’s rare to see vintage wagons out in the wild, and this one is sure to put smiles on passersby's faces. The seller has clearly enjoyed all the cruisin’ miles they’ve put on this big ol’ gal – they don’t seem to accumulate so fast when you are goin’ so sloooooooooow. We can’t imagine it without white wall tires, so it’s nice Hankook knows what’s up on that front. The white and blue two-tone interior helps to break up ALL that blue elsewhere, there’s just so much of it! The rear section that’s looking clean enough to picnic off of, but with the many years and the driver miles, it isn’t much of a surprise. In the end, we have a high level of unmolested originality here with a serving as authentic patina. The next owner can truly take the included owner’s manual to heart, “All about your new (to you) Plymouth.”
If we were evaluating this vehicle by the cubic yard like some primo topsoil, it’d surely be a lotta bang for your well-earned buck. Hagerty’s price guide reveals an uptick in values from about a year ago, just as folks were considering throwing all their belongings in the getaway vehicle and getting outta dodge...coincidence? Perhaps. Current value of a #2 “excellent” car is $38,800 and a #3 “good” one is $19990 If this one isn’t good, we don’t know what good is. Considering all the great memories made and the number of potential future ones for the next owner, the asking price is better than fair. Because it is a wagon, it’s well bought – regardless!