GuysWithRides.com Daily Volume III (039) | February 17, 2021
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Our First Talkin' Cars Livestream Encore Presentation

If you missed our first live stream of 2021 Saturday morning, fear not as the encore presentation is posted on both our YouTube Channel and Facebook page. If you like to have your car and/or garage featured, please email us today!
Our daily "Classifind" features provide detailed pricing estimates, a brief background, and when possible, videos of the cars. We also list our observations based on the pictures provided.
Beach Buggy: 1959 Morris Minor 1000 Traveler – $18,500

In stock condition, Morris Minor Travellers are neat little authentic woody wagons that easily fit in your garage and are the most affordable of the genre. This restored 1959 example takes things up a notch by featuring the complete replacement of the original Lucas electrical...
Big Bertha: 1959 Chevrolet Parkwood Station Wagon – $23,000

If you follow our Wagon Wednesday features closely, you already know how we’ve documented Chevrolet’s dizzying array of station wagon name changes through the late 1950s and throughout the 1960s. With this post, we add the name “Parkwood” to Chevrolet’s list...
Black Beauty: 1961 Ford Country Squire Wagon – $12,900

For 1961, Ford engineers completely redesigned the rear tailgate of their full-size station wagons. Specifically, they swapped out the traditional two-piece tailgate for a one-piece unit equipped with a roll-down window. As part of the tailgate design, a safety lockout required the rear window to be fully lowered...
Here our updates on other recent Truckin' Tuesday Features
1970 Chevrolet Kingswood – NOW $16,500

February 7, 2021 Update – The private seller was not kidding when they said the price would continue increasing as they completed more work on their car. This is big money for a rusty example of this vintage.
1981 Mercedes-Benz W123 300TD Estate – SOLD!

February 17 Update – We were not surprised at all to see this '81 W123 Estate sell in only one week even with a $34,000 firm price. This car was easily the best example we've featured to date.
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