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Oliver 06-07-2022 01:55 PM

1964 Chevelle 2 Door Station Wagon Project
 
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Factory V8, power rear window and A/C car. Mostly complete except for engine, transmission, radiator, carpet, headliner, door panels (cargo panels are intact). Some rust below tailights but, fairly solid elsewhere. Someone started installing front floor pans. Needs finish welded. Doors are excellent. Fenders and hood are nice. Quarters have lower patches and still need body worked/block sanded etc. Sliding window channels are solid. Spare tire well solid. Factory turquoise with white top and turquoise interior. Fremont built lifelong west coast car. All 2 door specific moldings intact (side moldings and window moldings). Obviously this is a project but, fairly rare even for a 2 door wagon since it was a V8 and A/C car. Moving out of state. Have had it for a year.

Location: Fox Island, WA
Price:$9,500 OBO.

Oliver 06-07-2022 01:57 PM

More pictures
 
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Some more pictures.

Oliver 06-10-2022 07:24 PM

Sold
 
Headed to Michigan

Oliver 06-19-2022 08:31 PM

Buyer flaked out. Price drop to $7,500

Lynn 06-19-2022 11:19 PM

I really like these wagons; just horrible timing for me.

Hope it goes to a good home and gets all the attention to detail it deserves.

Big Block Bill 06-20-2022 03:14 AM

Manual steering and manual brake car with factory A/C? That unusual don't you think?

Bill

olredalert 06-20-2022 03:24 PM

----Those taillights in good condition as these appear to be are hens teeth! Guys with El Camono's grabbed them up years ago!.....Bill S

Oliver 06-20-2022 05:42 PM

Wagon
 
Definitely an oddball but, I think all 2 door 64/65 wagons were a bit odd. This one was turquoise with white painted top. I've always wished I could talk with the original owners of cars like this to see what their justification was in ordering some of the cars/options they did.

jeffschevelle 06-20-2022 11:54 PM

Neat project, GLWS. Looks like it was born with a 3-on-tree as well (no optional trans code in group 2 on the tag). So even weirder!

I once had a 67 300-Deluxe 2-door post car that was born with the big optional 6-cyl, 3-on-tree, no radio, manual drum brakes, and all clear glass, but with PS, AC, deluxe seatbelts, bumper guards and whitewall tires!

Too Many Projects 06-21-2022 01:49 AM

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Originally Posted by Oliver (Post 1593780)
Definitely an oddball but, I think all 2 door 64/65 wagons were a bit odd. This one was turquoise with white painted top. I've always wished I could talk with the original owners of cars like this to see what their justification was in ordering some of the cars/options they did.

This car may have been dealer lot ordered for the "frugal" buyer, but if it was sold in a hot climate the A/C was going to be the selling point.
There were plenty of stock order 283 3 on the tree vehicles sold up here in the early/mid 60's. My dad bought a'66 Malibu new, off the lot, with that combo, no power anything and the next year a new lot bought '67 C10 with 283 3 on the tree, no power anything. Bunch of cheap Scandinavians lived around here back then...:laugh:

67ssmn 06-21-2022 03:03 AM

back 25 yrs ago a guy had a 65 2 dr wagon with the orchid or iris mist color, tinted glass and ac with a white interior, spoked hubcaps wish i had pics of it

Big Block Bill 06-21-2022 03:07 PM

Now your talking, love the 65's

Bill

Too Many Projects 06-21-2022 04:44 PM

Yep, the change from 4-5 was subtle, but made a big difference.

Lynn 06-21-2022 05:02 PM

I would be fine with either year.

JMHO, but closest thing to a tri five nomad, with the advantage of a slightly better overall chassis and suspension design, and WITHOUT the huge price tag.

subyman99 06-23-2022 03:02 AM

If it helps with the sale, i may be coming to Minnesota from
The Portland area in the next couple of weeks. Enclosed hauler.

Matt


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