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If the SUV is the modern equivalent of the station wagon, then in 40 years, will we appreciate GMC Yukon Denali XLs like we appreciate this 1972 Chrysler Town and Country station wagon today? Or has something been lost over the decades – something like the rear-facing third-row seat or the acres of woodgrain contact paper? From the seller’s description:
Absolutely beautiful, green on green, super low original 33,273 miles California car. When I purchased it was represented as an unrestored original car with the paint at least 90% original and I have not been the tiniest bit disappointed. The car is awesome in every way, the interior is just as amazing as it was in 1972, having seen no cracks or splits in the vinyl. The exterior is in extremely nice condition-there are a couple of nicks and small dings they are hard to spot. 225HP 440, Torqueflite, 122″ wb, features include Sentinel headlight dimmer, tilt, front and rear A/C, power tailgate window, dual hinged gate, power windows, power locks, power seats, AM/FM radio, power antenna, front disc, etc. New tires, cold A/C, stored indoors, very dependable and sheer pleasure to cruise the big barge.
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