Estate Wagon, not Roadmaster Wagon. Rare, original family owner.
always been stored in garage.
All wood is original, metal painted in 1970 with original color. Seats redone in 1972. New tires, Car runs & drives great. The body has no rust or dents. The engine is V8 Nailhead & auto-transmission. It is a "survivor" vehicle.
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