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1972 Ford Country Squire Custom Dually Wagon

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$6,000

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1972 Ford Country Squire Custom Dually Wagon

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1972 Ford Country Squire Custom Dually Wagon

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1972 Ford Country Squire Custom Dually Wagon

High Bidder:  LeMonhead

Auction Type:  Reserve

Highest Bid: $6,000 (USD)

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Location:

San Luis Obispo, California

Seller:

Dealer

Engine:

390ci V8

Transmission:

Automatic

Odometer:

18,974 (Mi)

Carfax:

Highest Bid: $6,000 (USD)

High Bidder:  LeMonhead

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Location:

San Luis Obispo, California

Seller:

Dealer

Engine:

390ci V8

Transmission:

Odometer:

18,974 (Mi)

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

This 1972 Ford Country Squire station wagon custom dually was professionally built and rides on a 1966 Ford F250 chassis. The body is finished in black with faux woodgrain over a blue cloth and vinyl interior, and power is provided by a 390ci V8 paired with an automatic transmission. The car was shown at the Concours d' Lemons in 2016, where it won first place in class. Equipment includes a tow receiver, an aftermarket audio system, an air horn, and a Dana 60 rear end. Located in San Luis Obispo, California, this Country Squire is now offered by the selling dealer on a clean California title.

The wagon is finished in black with airbrushed faux woodgrain on the sides, and an American flag painted on the roof.  The front and rear chrome bumpers were related, and the remaining brightwork is in good condition with no pitting or peeling.  A tow receiver hitch was installed on the rear, along with dual outlets for the custom exhaust system, and mud flaps are installed at all four corners.  The tailgate is equipped with a roll-down window and has both drop-down and side-hinged opening capability.

The wagon rides on chrome 8-lug Ford wheels with a dual-wheel rear axle.  The car is equipped with power brakes while the suspension retains the F250 donor chassis' stock components with air helper springs installed on the rear. The seller states the front suspension has been serviced recently.

The interior is fitted with blue carpeting and reclining blue and vinyl cloth bucket seats, with a center console and storage compartments.  The driver’s seat is power-operated, and the second-row bench seat folds down, while the rear-facing third row has been removed for extra storage.  The car is factory stereo system has been upgraded with a Kenwood AM/FM/CD audio head unit, new speakers in the front along with 6x9 additional speakers in the rear, and two 12” subwoofers in a sealed box.  The rear window is electric and operated by a dash switch and key.  The vehicle came factory-equipped with air conditioning, but some of the components are missing from the system currently; however, the heater does work.  The seller indicates that there is a crack in the dash. 

Instrumentation is framed by a two-spoke blue steering wheel and includes a 120-mph speedometer along with a gauge for fuel level.  There are also aftermarket gauges mounted below the dash, which indicate oil pressure and coolant temperature. The car has a five-digit odometer, but true mileage is unknown.

Power is provided by a 390ci V8 equipped with an Edlebrock carburetor and chrome valve covers & air cleaner. Power is sent to a Dana 60 rear axle through an automatic transmission with a column-mounted shift lever. A finned B&M transmission has been added for improved cooling

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Comments & Questions

January 08, 2021
08:18 AM

BID: $6,000

January 07, 2021
10:22 AM

BID: $5,400

January 07, 2021
08:47 AM

BID: $5,200

January 07, 2021
06:38 AM

BID: $4,700

January 04, 2021
03:11 PM

BID: $4,500

January 02, 2021
03:47 PM

BID: $4,000

December 28, 2020
10:23 AM
ccg
Seller

I've had several guys ask me why. Then they generally just start laughing and say "who cares? It's great." The way I look at it , One can go through life asking "why?" or one can just accept what is and either appreciate it or pray about it!

December 28, 2020
10:13 AM
ccg
Seller

@SPEED – never mind, I missed it the first time, there is NOT A/C. ...

As far as I can tell, it is only missing the air conditioning compressor and lines

December 28, 2020
10:11 AM
ccg
Seller

@LeMonhead – It's ridiculous, massive, and makes no sense at all, but I love it! Any idea what the age of the tires is? ...

It is certainly massive. But it is no bigger than any Dualley really. It will fit in your garage. It is certainly ridiculous with tongue firmly in cheek. However it is as practical as any wagon ...and more capable. With regard to the tires, I had them all checked a week ago. I replaced the front two tires because of age. The rear tires were considered fine. I added air valve extensions to the rear tires for easier access. I did all this because I want a new owner not to have any issues .

December 28, 2020
09:08 AM
Bidder

It's ridiculous, massive, and makes no sense at all, but I love it! Any idea what the age of the tires is?

December 28, 2020
09:04 AM

BID: $3,600

December 28, 2020
05:25 AM

Why?

December 25, 2020
08:51 AM

never mind, I missed it the first time, there is NOT A/C.

December 25, 2020
08:49 AM

Is there A/C ?

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