1977 Plymouth Volare Premier woody wagon w/19K miles - EXCELLENT! NO RESERVE!
- Make: Plymouth
- Model: Volare
- Type: Wagon
- Trim: Premier Woody Wagon
- Year: 1977
- Mileage: 19,468
- VIN: HH45C7B115705
- Color: Brown
- Engine size: 225 Slant Six
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Power options: Air Conditioning
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Tan
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1977 Plymouth Volare Premier Woody Wagon
Up for sale is my beautiful 1977 Plymouth Volare Premier woody wagon VIN #HH45C7B115705 that is an original unrestored vehicle. It only has 19K original miles on it and runs and drives like a dream. It has the bullet proof slant 6 engine (probably the best engine Chrysler ever built) with a 3 speed automatic transmission. It's really in beautiful condition for the age and looks and drives great. This vehicle attracts all kinds of "thumbs up" from people when you drive it down the road. Everything works as it should on this vehicle including the A/C.
I have this weird love affair with woody wagons and I saw this vehicle about a year ago and just loved it and added it to my collection. When I got it it, the first thing I did was change out every belt and hose in the vehicle, flushed all the fluids in it, tuned it up, put new tires on it, took the tank out and cleaned it out/refinished/sealed it, put in a new fuel sending unit, replaced all the fuel lines, and put new shocks on it. Literally, this car doesn't need anything. The interior is as nice as you can get for an original 40 year old car....no rips or tears in the seats or carpet, dash is perfect in it, door panels perfect, all gauges working, headliner perfect, plastic perfect. There is some sun fading on the carpet in the rear (see pic), and that's about it.
The only bodywork I can see are repairs to the lower rear quarter panels, and the lower body (part under the woodgrain) has been repainted. It looks great and paint matches perfectly (see pics). There is a scratch on the woodgrain on the rear hatch (see pic). A few minor dings from 40 years, but it's in amazing shape considering how original it is.
Why am I selling it? Well, my business has moved to another location and I don't have room in the shop for the collection, so much to my dismay, I've got to let a few of the collector vehicles go.
I have clear title in hand to the vehicle.
If you have any questions at all about the Plymouth, please ask.....I'm very happy to answer any questions you may have. This is a real time capsule woody wagon that anyone would be lucky to own.