If you like the look of a C3 Corvette but worry about the lack of storage space, you might want to take a look at this 1968 custom wagon out of the South New Jersey area.
We’re not told much information about the car, but it does apparently still have the original 327/350 horsepower engine.
No word on the kind of transmission, either, nor the condition of the interior.
The car is said to have a custom and “very rare” Greenwood back that increases hauling capacity over a stock C3, along with an Eckler front end.
The seller admits that he doesn’t know much about the car, so the information isn’t guaranteed.
The car is being sold as is, without a title, at an asking price of $15,000.
The seller believes the car has huge potential for a full-on custom. We’d be inclined to believe that, though we’re not sure about the asking price because this one looks like it’s going to require a lot of work (i.e., money).
We wish there was a way to find out more about the conversion and the quality of the original work. We also wonder how bad the blind spots would be in this car; it’s definitely time for some serious electronic camera and sensor work to help with that.