It's amazing what you can actually learn occasionally. I never knew that the Falcon wagons were available in a "woodie" edition with wire spoke wheels.
I think Wayne may have also gotten a little greedy with his reserve price at auction. As best as I can figure, he paid roughly $12K or so, and he was looking to get $20K to $25K (or more) at auction. All the car needed was detailing and polishing. The high bid at auction was $14K, which did not meet reserve.
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