Customized 1970 Chevrolet Brookwood station wagon

Customized 1970 Chevrolet Brookwood station wagon

20-inch Boyd wheels, fresh paint and other updates are done

Much of the work already has been done to customize this 1970 Chevrolet Brookwood station wagon, which is the Pick of the Day.

And the pickings seem pretty good for the asking price of $17,250.

For that price, the private seller advertising the wagon on promises a vehicle that runs smoothly at highway speeds, as evidenced by a recent six-hour excursion.

The engine is a recently rebuilt 327cid, 250-horsepower Chevrolet small-block V8 linked to an automatic transmission. The seller notes that the engine has a mild Comp cam and Edelbrock intake and carburetor.

The Astro Blue paint is new over a “laser-straight totally rust-free Oklahoma body.” The wagon has factory air, front discs and rear drums, and rides on new tires mounted on 20-inch Boyd Codington “Smoothie” wheels.

The AM radio is the one that came with the vehicle. The interior has a new dash pad and carpet. The seats and door panels are original, but in what the seller terms “excellent condition.”

“Could use new arm rest pads and kick panels,” the advertiser admits. “Also the molding around the inside of the rear side windows is missing.”

One interesting feature from the era is the two-way tailgate, which can be opened like a pickup-truck gate or can swing open horizontally.

The wagon is located in The Colony, Texas.

To view this listing on, see Pick of the Day.


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  • dan
    January 26, 2018, 4:47 AM

    great looking wagon In my day they called them sleepers this a perfect example

  • David
    January 27, 2018, 10:09 PM

    I agree. It does look great, in fact identical to my father ‘s from that era (I was the 6th child), except his had a 350 with a 2bbl carb.Nice sleeper, Dan!


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