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DESCRIPTIONThis is an extremely rare 1960 Dodge Polara 9 Passenger HardTop Wagon. if you are a fan of the station wagon, this is one of the most sought after wagons ever made. In 1960, this was the most expensive Dodge you could buy with a starting price of $3621. This car was built in the Los Angeles plant (#56 of 302) and sold in Culver City California for $4220. The car remained in California until 1998 when it was sold in Michigan to the second owner. In July 2012, it was entered in the Concours D'Elegance of America at St Johns in Plymouth Michigan. While Dodge built more than 367,000 cars in 1960 and 42,517 Polara models, only 1767 were 9 passenger (3 seat) wagons. Another important factor of this car is that it is a true hardtop wagon. A pillarless hartop wagon. Try to find one today! ... Then try to find one in this condition. The new owner will have the ONLY Polara Wagon in the country in running condition. Only 5, 1960 Polara Wagons are known to exist in the world. This 9 passenger wagon was professionally restored from top to bottom several years ago and is of Concours quality and condition today. A full binder of its history and restoration details are included in the sale. Over $60,000 has gone into the restoration. Prior to, and since then, It has been well kept and meticulously cared. The car is finished beautifully in 1960 factory color of Cocoa with a Raw Sienna Top. The undercarriage is immaculate and 100% rust free from day 1. The interior is also Cocoa. The interior is nothing less than perfect. Interior and dash lights all work perfectly. At night, the dash glows beautifully in pale green. All gauges work as they should. The power rear window and hatch all work flawlessly. It has power steering, power brakes, working AM radio, padded dash with a perfect gold metal flake steering wheel, space-age clock, tinted windows and luggage rack. The look and condition of the interior from front to back is nothing less than magnificent. Seat material is flawless. Documentation shows the interior restoration cost at well over $11000. This Polara came equipped with Chryslers largest engine choice for 1960, the 383cid 4 barrel carburetor with a torqueflite push button 3 speed automatic transmission. It starts immediately, idles and drives like a new car. it stops perfectly and does not pull. YOU WILL NOT FIND A DUPLICATE of this CAR in ANY CONDITION, PERIOD. This is a true investment quality rare classic that is guaranteed to increase in value.
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