These two cars just jumped out and grabbed me. I don't ever remember seeing examples of these cars before today. I doubt I will ever see them again.
The first one is a 56 Pontiac two door station wagon. Not a Safari (Pontiac Nomad). A true 2 door Poncho wagon. I have always had a soft spot for Pontiacs. No price. Wish I didn't have the 41. I would have brought this one home today!
The other one is a 62 Corvair Monza. 4 speed car with factory air. How many of those were built? How many are left? This is another one where I wished I had the time, space, and money. $1000.
The guy with the hemis was there again. A 392 and a 354. Plus a bunch of parts.
The parts included these John Deere valve covers. He also had one with the "Chrysler" covered up on the Chrysler Fire Power script. It was replaced with "Fiat." You have to love a guy with a sense of humor.
I haven't seen a first generation Charger at a meet in ages. This one was a big block car. I assumed a 383. Missing the radiator. 4 speed car. No price. This one is a great project car.
I am always amazed at what turns up at swap meets. Today, Ford FE stuff seemed to be popping up everywhere. The first photo is one of three, count them, three FE 3 X 2 intake set ups. This one was the "cheap" one at $1000. The next photo is the "expensive" one at $1600. There was a third one at $1200 which I did not photograph. Note the 427 heads for $700 next the the intake setup.
The Edsel is a 2 door hardtop. The price was marked as $3.5000. Not sure what that was all about. At $3,500, it was probably a good buy. At $35,000, not even close. At $3.50, I would have bought it!