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a nice enough car,but definately dolled up to show better in pictures than it probably is in my opinion.check the paint on the foam heater fan seal,the sag through the middle of the body(causing the upper door gaps to be too tight),some corrosion here and there,etc...
it would be a pretty nice car for somebody,but the sellers B.I.N. is a little on the high side.
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The tailpipe is in the right spot as original... The originals were longer like that but without the turn down... The turn down probably actually helps a little to direct the exhaust odor away... Wagons were notorious for exhaust odor inside due to the six cylinder exhaust pipe configuration... But yes., it looks a little goofy being longer... :yes:
 

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a nice enough car,but definately dolled up to show better in pictures than it probably is in my opinion.check the paint on the foam heater fan seal,the sag through the middle of the body(causing the upper door gaps to be too tight),some corrosion here and there,etc...
it would be a pretty nice car for somebody,but the sellers B.I.N. is a little on the high side.
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Yeah I totally agree alot of the stuff looks a little fresh and it is a little on the high side.
 

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confused about the "looks good at 6" " i think if my car looked good at 6" i would take a few pics from 6". i guess he was thinking 6" from the ground at 20' away? still a nice car but for that kind of money you might give a little history and restoration information in the description.
 
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