GuysWithRides.com Daily Volume III (078) | Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Thank you for subscribing to the GuysWithRides.com Daily Newsletter. "Hump Day's also happens to be "Wagon Wednesday" at GuysWithRides, where we feature classic station wagons of all shapes and sizes. In addition to today's features, you can see our past Wagon Wednesday "Classifinds" by clicking here.
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Quote of the Day

"It's Called a Flower Car"

(An anonymous reader commenting on this 1974 Cadillac Eldorado Custom pickup we featured for Truckin' Tuesday.)
Our daily Craiglists "Classifinds" features provide detailed pricing estimates and a brief background. Both '56 wagons feature a vintage video from 1956.
Restored: 1956 Chevrolet 210 Townsman Wagon – $29,900
While we’ve featured our share of V8-powered “Tri-Five” Chevrolets in both restored and customized form, it’s refreshing to spot a base-level 210 Townsman wagon still featuring its Blue Flame six power plant connected to a three-speed manual transmission. This all-green...
Preserved: 1956 Ford Country Sedan - $28,800

In 1956 if you needed a station wagon, preferred Fords, but didn’t want to the hassle or look of faux wood, you would likely select a Country Sedan such as the black-and-white-over red, survivor...
NEW! Award 66: 1949 DeSoto Woody Wagon – $85,000
Timing is everything. That is the case in the value of collector cars as well. While station wagons overall are enjoying growing popularity and price appreciation, this high tide is not lifting classic Woody Wagons. If anything, they are sinking in value...
We just don't have enough time to write detailed descriptions of every classic we want to feature, so we created "Classifind Cuts" to share these leads with you.
1995 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon – $9,500
As the vanity plates on the Caprice we’re featuring here indicate, giving a boost in 1994 to the Caprice Wagon was a standard detuned version of the Corvette’s LT1 350 cubic inch V8 putting out 260 horsepower and 330 pound-feet of torque. Another bonus is the absence of the faux wood...
1973 Volkswagen Type 412 Wagon – $3,000 FIRM

The unloved Type 4. Volkswagen’s Swan Song of air-cooled powered “large” family car was the 412 version of the Type 4 produced only three models years between 1972 and 1974. Despite a 1,795 cc engine architecture shared with the Porsche 914 of the day and the availability of a true automatic...
This time of year, it's not uncommon to come across "Classifinds" we assume had sold, however fresh listings on Craigslist prove otherwise. Here's the latest one we've come across over the past week.
Five Months Gone: 1951 Willys Wagon – STILL $12,500

March 28, 2021 Update – After a three-month lapse with no ad over the winter months, we just came across a fresh listing for this ’51 Willys Wagon we first featured back in October 2020.
Our Auctions are Free Until Sold for the Seller while buyers pay the lowest premium of any curated collector car auction. Here's our latest offering currently available to bid on
1966 Oldsmobile 442 L49 4-Speed - ENDS FRIDAY!

Due to the Easter holiday, we're extending bidding on this gorgeous all-black 1966 Oldsmobile 442 until Friday, April 9th. This 442 features the very desirable combination of the 400 cubic inch L69 tri-power engine and factory A/C. The seller is also offering free shipping to the winning bidder (conditions apply)
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Guess What Ride 34: Buick Riviera Hidden Headlights - Congrats to Virgil S.!


"Guess What Ride" is our game designed to test your collector car knowledge.

If you chose the "D, E, B, C, A" option to sort these Rivera Grilles from 1965 through 1969, then your email was entered into our drawing.

We're pleased to report that of the 80% of entrants who correctly picked this option, Virgil S. was the randomly-chosen winner of the Car Care Specialties Assortment of products. We're reaching out to Virgil today to let him know he won!