1955 "Conestoga" Regal for Sale on Ebay

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1955 "Conestoga" Regal for Sale on Ebay

Postby vintageparts » 2015 Dec 01 Tue 7:21 pm

It is complete and needs restoring. Not easy to find in original condition like this one.
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/111833177869?ssP ... 1555.l2649
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Re: 1955 "Conestoga" Regal for Sale on Ebay

Postby Mike » 2015 Dec 02 Wed 1:23 pm

Hey Vintage Parts -

Thanks for the heads up.
Though...if you look around here, it's not all "that" rare as far as the wagons go. They are ALL fairly rare.

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Re: 1955 "Conestoga" Regal for Sale on Ebay

Postby vintageparts » 2015 Dec 04 Fri 11:56 am

That is true Mike, there sure weren't many of any of these models made. Would be interesting to get a rough number of how many still are around today after all these years... Most of the ones I have seen are missing a lot of parts etc.
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Re: 1955 "Conestoga" Regal for Sale on Ebay

Postby Nick Wilson » 2015 Dec 04 Fri 7:37 pm

Not a bad looking car. Looks pretty solid and complete.
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Re: 1955 "Conestoga" Regal for Sale on Ebay

Postby vintageparts » 2015 Dec 09 Wed 4:51 pm

Yeah, great for restore everything is there and mostly usable. Have done a couple(not Conestoga's) and learned that a decent start makes your project so much easier and more enjoyable.
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Re: 1955 "Conestoga" Regal for Sale on Ebay

Postby Mike » 2015 Dec 10 Thu 9:30 am

Hope it sells.

On one hand, the right side tail light housing might be a little hard to find.
On the other, the "Conestoga" script on the tail gate is a really rare find. Most take them off and never put them back on.

Good luck.

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Re: 1955 "Conestoga" Regal for Sale on Ebay

Postby vintageparts » 2015 Dec 10 Thu 3:06 pm

Thanks Mike. First car I ever tackled was taken apart by someone else, pieces everywhere, and yes I got it a little cheaper but with all the time I wasted running around trying to find the missing parts and looking at other
vehicles to see how certain things should be I was dumbfounded. It seems that if you take it apart yourself you are more comfortable with the process. Somebody else's basket case may become a mental case for you... lol!
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