Power Wagon: 1970 Chevelle Concours Estate

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It might be rusty and missing its engine and transmission, but boy would this Chevelle Wagon be sweet fully restored! They didn’t build very many of these wagons, less than 4k and very few have remained. If you’ve always wanted a Chevelle that you can haul the whole family in, this might be your best option. The seller is asking just $800, which seems reasonable given how rare these are. It needs a complete restoration and an engine, but the seller is willing to include an engine and transmission for a little extra! Find it here on craigslist in Coburn, Pennsylvania. Special thanks to Justin B for this tip. So would you put a 350 in this wagon or go all out and put a 454 in it?

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  1. DrinkinGasoline

    Um,geez, eer,….no. Vista Cruiser maybe, this one…… Um,geez, err….no.

  2. Cody

    Could be a cool sleeper if you had the money to put in it itd be sweet with a new ls motor in it

  3. Mike

    Big Block all the way!! Then have a grocery getter.

  4. hhaleblian

    454 with a blower. Then you have somethin.

  5. Jumping g

    Going,,going,,gone. Someone had the same ideas as the rest of us ..

  6. Jay Calk

    Junk yard. This is going to cost way to much even for a wagon lover.

  7. Ernie the Dancing Weasel

    Yeah…sorry, but no. This thing makes the ’71 Coronet sedan I junked look like a Ramchargers clone…

  8. stillrunners stillrunners Member

    no….there’s an El Camino that needs that front clip…..that’s the only interchange….

  9. Loco Mikado

    It is gone already.

  10. Rolf Poncho

    454 and no paint job just do interior brakes suspension
    and drive it

  11. GRAY WOLF

    Jack up the antenna and put another Chevelle Wagon under it! It would make a nice SS clone if it was in better shape!

  12. Bruce Fischer

    Like this one? I just painted back to its factory original color. I sold it 12 years ago and found it last summer just had been sitting in a falling down garage for the last 10 years. I had to have her back so I bought her.She never going to leave me again unless some has a 1956 Chrysler to trade for her.Bruce.

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