Thursday, October 31, 2019

Happy Halloween: 1966 Buick Sport Wagon

The original Buick Sport Wagon was built on GM's A-Body platform shared with the Skylark and Special...but also the Chevrolet Chevelle, Malibu, El Camino, and Oldsmobile Cutlass, F-85...oh boy...we could be here for a while, let me skip to the end...the Buick Sport Wagon shared most of its bits with the Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser, including the sweet sweet vista windows that help rear passengers get sunburn on long drives and are impossible to replace if one this next car is probably worth more for the glass than anything.  But the rust makes it a legitimate horrorod.  Happy Halloween! Find this 1966 Buick Sport Wagon here on eBay bidding for $1,375 with buy-it-now of $1800 located in Pembina, ND.

From the seller:

Item specifics
Condition: Used
Seller Notes: “Runs and is Complete and Solid Waiting For Restore.....”
Year: 1966 VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 8142406857

Mileage: 12345 Engine: 340
Number of Cylinders: 8 Sub Model: CUSTOM
Transmission: Automatic Model:
Fuel Type: Gasoline Interior Color: Brown
For Sale By: Private Seller Make: Buick

Exterior Color: BEIGE Drive Type: RWD
Trim: SPORTWAGON Body Type: Wagon

Vehicle Title: Clean Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty

 No Reserve Auction!  1966 BUICK SPORTWAGON WITH SCENIC CRUISER GLASS RAISED ROOF.  Needs a total restore but comes with a running Wildcat 340 engine and auto/trans.  Only ran it off bottle as gas in tank was bad from sitting. It needs to be trailered/hauled  by the successful bidder. There is rust repair needed on roof panels as they have leaked over time and the interior is musty and needs redoing. A couple of the glass vista panels have hairline cracks.  The rear gate window cranks up and down but the gate is currently jammed.  Tires are all up but have slow leaks  and it rolls fine.  One of the nicer originals you will come by these days.   Successful bidder is required to pay $500 via PayPal within 24 hours of auction close with the balance to be paid via bank transfer within 5 days of auction end. Will provide clean Canadian title and all paperwork necessary to title this truck in your home state. Originally from North Dakota as picture shows on original title but found its way up to Manitoba.  Wagon is currently stored at Winnipeg, MB, Canada but I have a yard in Pembina ND where I can deliver too for pickup by successful bidder or carrier of choice.  International bidders are welcome provided that they are willing to pay any extra costs associated with shipping overseas.  Can provide short term storage pending pickup once vehicle is paid for in full.   I have a great deal of experience with helping ship  vehicles as my feedbacks below support. You can count on my help from the time your vehicle is shipped until it arrives at your door. I can be reached at 204-390-2553 if you have any questions or you can email me through Ebay and I will get back to you asap.  I have this vehicle for sale on another venue and reserve the right to end the auction early.  Thanks for looking and good luck with your bids. 

 See a better way to get into a multi-year restoration project that'll drain your bank account and put an ear-to-ear smile on your face?


  1. Is this from Cherokee auto group one owner low mileage driven to church once a week ? rofl

  2. This is s total buy for anyone looking for glass. Sell the shell afterward just to offset what you can.


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