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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old Apr 28th, 12, 3:04 AM Thread Starter
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1970 Greenbriar wagon sold for $8909.00

1970 Chevrolet Greenbriar wagon sold for $8,909.00

I'm kinda surprised nobody made mention of this one.
I was watching it till the end.
It appears to have sold for $8,909.00
Of course you never know.
Buyers do back out and sellers do relist.
I've been watching the feedback to see if the sale actually goes thru.

I'd say that it brought pretty good money considering that the seller says it's really not in as good of shape as it appears in the pictures.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/?cmd=...K%3AMEWAX%3AIT

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old Apr 28th, 12, 11:08 AM
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Re: 1970 Greenbriar wagon sold for $8909.00

That is a sweet wagon. I is looking like as of lately. Chevelle wagons have been really on the rise and gaining a ton of "Street Credit" In the small amount of time I have owned mine. I have gotten more people come up to me at the car hang outs and gas stations to ask about the car and look at it. And mine is no where near as nice as this wagon. I have been asked if I am interested in selling it. I have had it back on the road for a month now. It was down for 5 months and I see a big change in that time in interest in the car. I have also seen many chevy wagons for sale that are around in the condition of mine going for $4500 now. I am starting to not mind the amount of money I have in it now. When I tell people I got it for 2k. They react on what a great deal it was. With the engine swap and other thing. I would say I am into it for about $4500 now. I thought I paid a little much for the car. but I wanted one. But I guess I did not.
So for all of us Chevelle wagon owners. Lets hope that this trend keeps on going on and up.
I know that when I am done with mine (Yea right, like they are EVER done!! LOL!) I will have 8 to 10k in it. I do not think I would get my money out of it any time soon at that point. But I did not get it for that. I want it. I do not care what I have in it and what I can get out of it. But it is nice that it wil not be as bad as I thought it would be.
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Re: 1970 Greenbriar wagon sold for $8909.00

I'm beginning to regret selling my '66...

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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old Apr 28th, 12, 11:25 AM
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Re: 1970 Greenbriar wagon sold for $8909.00

Maybe the smell of flowers helped keep it smelling good as well. I see it was a Flower Car for a Mortuary. Like the Smith Oil-Coolant temp gauge...Pretty Cool.
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Re: 1970 Greenbriar wagon sold for $8909.00

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I'm beginning to regret selling my '66...
Beginning?
You should now be in full stages of regret.
I regret not buying it when you had it for sale.
Your 66 was my favorite Chevelle wagon I have ever seen.

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Re: 1970 Greenbriar wagon sold for $8909.00

Thanks Todd.
To be honest, I've searched online occasionally for that car. I pretty much know where all my previously owned Chevelles are but I've lost track of that one.
Sellers remorse...
Maybe it's time to do another.
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old Apr 29th, 12, 1:44 AM
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Re: 1970 Greenbriar wagon sold for $8909.00

70 model year, 3 seat, AC, nice color, decent condition, seems like a fair price to me.

More than I could afford, which is why I bought the one I have, but fair.

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