'76 Estate Wagon - 3 seat & wood siding

Discussion in 'Ebay Parts and Cars' started by Hawken, Mar 9, 2020.

  1. Hawken

    Hawken Hawken

    Last edited: Mar 10, 2020
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  2. Luxus

    Luxus Gold Level Contributor

    Really nice wagon but WOW they want a lot for it.
     
  3. Very Nice! I would love to have it but yes the price is steep.
     
  4. wildcatsrule

    wildcatsrule Well-Known Member

    Don't you love these dealers that take the current market value of a car, double it and set that as the asking price?
    Then they hope someone will be stupid enough to pay it. Beautiful wagon, but realistically worth @12K on a good day.
     
  5. charlierogers

    charlierogers as close to a buick as i can come so far lol

    wow,,, 12 grand for a station wagon. I was thinking maybe 3,500-4,000 maybe lol. I might consider 12,000 if it was a nice 68-72 a body wagon, MAYBE!
     
  6. wildcatsrule

    wildcatsrule Well-Known Member

    According to the 2020 Collector Car Price Guide, a '76 Estate Wagon in #1 condition is worth $12,200. I don't this example qualifies as a #1, so that's why I said it could be worth around $12K. Something just shy of that.
    But wagons have increased in value and popularity over the years, plus a rust free Western car will command a higher price. Not that many wagons have survived, so supply and demand plays a factor as well.
     
  7. My3Buicks

    My3Buicks Buick Guru

    I think this one would sell every day of the week for $12K and could go higher. Nice wagons are hard to find
     
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  8. dmfconsult

    dmfconsult Devil in a Blue Dress

    right on Keith... I think you guys have been asleep on the wagons, these nice clam shells are getting up there. His price may be on the high side of realistic, but someone will likely pay for a nice example like that.
     
  9. pbr400

    pbr400 68GS400

    Anyone notice the Speedminder? It’s set on 100.
    Nice car though, if I were looking I’d not scoff at his price. It’s a starting point. There can’t be many left that are that nice. Paint and interior would add up fast on a rougher one.
    Patrick
     
  10. My3Buicks

    My3Buicks Buick Guru

    Nice seeing one with cloth and not vinyl as well
     
  11. 70 GMuscle

    70 GMuscle Plan B

    Guy on my hockey team back in early 80s drove one with speedminder. Set at 85, car full of hockey hooligans heading to a Pennsylvania tourney, lol.
    Boatload of fun we had. That thing going off like an alarm clock.
     
  12. flynbuick

    flynbuick Super Moderator Staff Member

    I had a 71 Estate wagon with the speed minder.
     
  13. Luxus

    Luxus Gold Level Contributor

    And it's sold for $22900.
     
  14. My3Buicks

    My3Buicks Buick Guru

    Just because the listing ended does in no way mean it sold for the asking price, it all depends how the seller ends the listing
     
  15. Hawken

    Hawken Hawken

  16. Nailhead in a 1967

    Nailhead in a 1967 Well-Known Member

    different car
    the fake wood is touching the door handle
     
  17. yachtsmanbill

    yachtsmanbill Well-Known Member

    I wonder how many times Frank Jr. got that PONTIAC to roll into overdrive... Lotsa BS in the Longggg description.
     
  18. newmexguy

    newmexguy Well-Known Member

    Did that ‘72 Pontiac full size wagon in Colorado with the custom paint job sell??
     

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