I know that we featured another Kammback Vega the other day, but that was a special Yenko Stinger tribute with a Buick V6, but today’s example is a bone stock survivor. So, how do you like your Vega wagons, modified or stock? Find this 1974 Chevrolet Vega Wagon bidding for $7,177 in Woodland, CA via ebay with 1 day to go. Tip from Rock On!
From the seller:
For sale is an unbelievable 1974 Chevrolet Vega GT Kammback survivor. This car must be seen to be appreciated. The original owner was a Japanese electrical engineer who took meticulous care of the car always keeping it garaged and out of inclement weather. It is a survivor in the truest sense of the word with original paint (does have a touch-up here and there), interior, engine etc… In fact, the car was featured on a web site called “Bang Shift” where the editor described it as a “Survivor’s Survivor”. It has no dings or scratches that I can find anywhere. The interior is just mint including the steering wheel, the dash, and the seats which show virtually no wear. I was going to do a V-8 conversion to this car but have stopped short given how original it is. It runs and drives but is no powerhouse. This has to be one of the nicest Vega’s left on the planet. The photos of the car speak for themselves. The car has a clean California title. I have also bought extra emblems and suspension parts even thought the car does not need them (see photo). The car has been in storage here in California the last 25 years. As it is a used car…it is being sold as is where is with no warranty. You really need to see this car to appreciate the condition. Please do not bid if you have less than 10 positive feedback. I have included my phone number on one of the pictures if you have any questions or would like to come and see and drive the car. Thanks very much.
|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||1V15A4U146030||Mileage:||22077|
|Number of Cylinders:||4||Exterior Color:||Silver|