Web Wagons: 1963 Ford Fairlane 500 Ranch Wagon

Here’s another shining example of what can be found during the Wagon Renaissance…and what you’ll pay for it. Wagons that were beautifully restored and customized could command $7,000 to $10,000 even 2 years ago. Here’s a fantastic example of a beautifully restored car that’s customized just the right amount. It’s not over the top, not slammed to the ground but is tasteful and fits in with the time period while still offering some of the newer styles that are so desirable. Obviously asking price isn’t necessarily a reflection of what a buyer will pay but I wouldn’t think that the final price would be too terribly far off the $18,000 asking price on this sweet wagon.

From the sellers description:

1963 Ford Fairlane station wagon.
289 hypo
4 speed
posi rear end
drivetrain rebuilt
nw SSBC disc brake conversion
complete new front end
new front and rear springs
new shocks front and rear
new tires
new Grant steering wheel
new dual exhaust
Car is in excellent condition
18,000 or best offer.  Trades considered

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    1. I’ve wondered a few times just what happened to that wagon since I shared that ad last year. I’m glad that it’s got a good home.

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