I hear they’re real cozy to ride in. However, mind, the tailgate window seals are near impossible to find unless you’re willing to pay some company over $1,000 to re-manufacture them. I don’t own a clam wagon, but I’ve heard plenty about the rear window seals, having spent lots of time at the Station Wagon Forums.
Also, here’s a build thread at the wagon forum for Vetteman61’s 1971 Pontiac Grand Safari Wagon. (72 pages, so far.)
In short: he got it, got it fixed up real nice minus issues like door + seal alignment and the rear window seal, then someone nearly rear-ended him in it, then his wife rear ended someone in it, and it’s been shelved for a few years since then.
He also worked on other cars in the same thread. He’s got a later 50s Chevy Sedan, and a later 70s Caprice 2 Door (which his wife also got rear ended in, she seems like an accident magnet for classics, but maybe not. The Caprice did get fixed up.)
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