BF Classified: 1966 Ford Country Sedan

Seller’s Description: The engine runs well. The car was stored for many years. It has a clean California title with current registration. Many spots of Bondo from previous bodywork done. Very little rust. Has the rear jump seats. The rear window was left down for a long time so there are small rust holes on the rear trunk floor. No floor rust or frame rust throughout the rest of the car. There are some rust bubbles on the doors.
Auto trans, AC car, power steering, and power brakes. The headliner is in overall decent condition. Carpet and door panels need to be replaced. Lights work as do wipers and heater.
Open to reasonable offers she needs a new home.

Price: $4,950
Location: Somerset, California
Mileage: 163,002
Title Status: Clean

Seller’s Listing: Here on craigslist

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  1. bone

    Dont know if its a trick of the light, but this wagon looks like it doesn’t have a straight panel on it

  2. Bob S

    Not a trick of light, bone, that wagon does come with plenty of dings!

  3. scoopyg Member

    At least the seller is honest….very little rust, lots of Bondo. Makes sense…rust out, Bondo in!

  4. TimS Member

    Nothing says “I don’t care about this car” quite like taking all your pictures with it still on the flipper trailer.

  5. CCFisher

    This poor thing has taken a beating! It’s clearly been treated as a workhorse and not a showhorse.

    Neighbors had one when I was a kid. I remember it being a “not quite black” color. Based on the color chart, I’m guessing it was Charcoal Frost. It had a white roof, and the center-facing the way back seats. We had a 1965 Impala 6-passenger wagon, so I never missed a chance to ride in the Ford’s way back.

    • Little_Cars Little_Cars Member

      Just like my neighbor’s white one. I remember a bunch of us piling into it to head to vacation bible school in the summer time with a return trip home that included a stop for ice cream or slurpies. I don’t mind it being on a trailer in photos, but wasting an ad saying “open to reasonable offers?” C’mon, let us know where you are sitting price-wise. Where is the sweet spot for you?

  6. JD

    390 2 Barrel according to the VIN for anyone like me that was curious….

  7. Bill Hall

    Eons ago we had a 65 Country sedan junker at the time I would like to have now. This was a special model, loaded with options including bucket seats. It was a well worn car when we had it and pretty junk. Now it would it be worth a fortune restored. We might have a 66 Ford junker also. We had loads of them over the years .


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