1970 Ford Country Squire Wagon Is Ready To Reshape Your Road Trips

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Throw your family in and hit the road for an awesome vintage time!

Ford rolled out the Ford Country Squire Wagon as the premiere edition of their station wagon line. It was a distinguishable model, with the biggest giveaway being the woodgrain train that runs the length of the car. It was made over eight generations, from 1950 to 1970, and by the time 1970 rolled around, the Ford Country Squire Wagon was a huge hit for families who wanted to roll in style. Examples like this 1970 Ford Country Squire Wagon from Raleigh Classic Car Auctions belong in your wagon collection.

By the time 1970 rolled around, the Ford Country Squire Wagon was in the second year of the seventh generation of the popular car. The full-size wagon underwent a complete redesign for the 7th generation, with a wheelbase that increased to 121 inches, up from 119 inches. The two inch longer wagon got a tailgate update as well with the "Magic Doorgate" which is aa 3-way design. The tailgate could now swing down like a tailgate or swing out with the window down or up, something it couldn’t do before.

This particular example of the 1970 Ford Country Squire comes to you as a dual facing rear seat wagon with on 37,797 miles on the clock, which are actual miles from new. It is painted in the original Code N Diamond Blue paint and has the original blue vinyl interior. It is powered y a 390 cubic inch V8 engine with 2-bbl carb and automatic transmission. Learn more about it and get ready to bid here.

This vehicle is being sold at the Raleigh Classic Winter Sale December 3-4. Consignment and Bidder Registration information can be found here. There are over 400 cars for sale in the upcoming auction from December 3rd-4th, 2021. Contact Raleigh Classic at 919-269-5271 prior to November 1, 2021 to take advantage of their early registration bidder incentive.

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