Corvettes on Craigslist: 1968 Corvette Wagon in South Jersey


Corvettes on Craigslist: 1968 Corvette Wagon in South Jersey

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.

Corvettes on Craigslist: 1968 Corvette Wagon in South Jersey

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).

Corvettes on Craigslist: 1968 Corvette Wagon in South Jersey

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.


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  1. The ad says “327 auto” so I would assume it has an automatic transmission. Would it kill to include photos of the front, interior and engine compartment, and say whether it runs/drives?

  2. Honestly, it looks a bit like a neglected and unmaintained custom job… stored in the open and in a visually poor condition… with only limited and sketchy information…
    I realize it’s over 50 years old, but unless a C3 Vette “wagon” is what you’ve been looking for… I can’t imagine this listing – as it is – would spark much interest.
    DougR (in the only other comment at this time) makes some very solid points with his query of why no photos to show front end, interior, and engine bay… and more details.
    It’s a real head scratcher of a listing… ‘could be a gem in the rough… but honestly, it looks more like it’s been mostly ignored for a lonnng time…and that a significant investment would be needed to bring back this, um, “classic” first-year C3 restomod. ‘Just my opinion.

  3. If I had some time to kill,I would take a ride & check it out.Hurricane Sandy did a lot of damage at the shore areas & no NJ title & no responsibility also by the seller. I did see the add a week or more back. I work with a few Vette enthusiasts & 1 showed it to me.

  4. I’d just like to know how you put gas in this thing…
    Dan,from what I recall,Thay used 1 of them Gas tanks that ya filled behind the rear license plates.

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