Good work, Dave, and good to BAT for actually making the deletion.The folks at BAT very kindly deleted the Pontiac references after I pointed this out to them!
Good work, Dave, and good to BAT for actually making the deletion.
This is a very rare wagon. There were only 8136 Acadians built in all models in 1964. I'm guessing about 500 might have been Invader wagons and agree with the Rat that probably fewer than a dozen might still exist. The Invader is equivalent to the Chevy II 100. Some nice upgrades on this one, including the 327, suspension, carpet and Chevy II vinyl upholstery. Appears to have a bow-tie drivers door mirror which is obviously incorrect. All Canadian built Chevy IIs and Acadians had smooth back door mirrors.
Bob I have a 1967 invader wagon last year they were made only 335 six cylinders and 100 v8 were made
If you're referring to the '64 Acadian wagon that's the main topic of this thread, I believe the seller decided to keep it. In normal times cars are selling back and forth across the border regularly. They are no drawbacks as such, just some education and a little more work. The border has been closed to all but commercial traffic for over 6 weeks.Very nice car. What is the seller looking to get out of it? What are the drawback so getting it over the border?