In Matt’s words…
This is my 1979 Plymouth Volare Wagon.   I really wanted a Mopar wagon to use as a work car for my job.  I had hoped to find a 65 Belvedere/Satellite wagon to go with the rest of my 65 Plymouths.  Unfortunately, I couldn’t find anything in my price range so when I ran across this Volare, I bought it.   On the ‘plus’ side, it was a (relatively) low mileage, one owner, slant six 2 bbl, automatic, with Power steering and Air Conditioning.  On the ‘minus’ side, it was a slant six automatic.  It ran terrible and handled even worse.  
It has come a long way since I got it home.  After a major tune-up, valve adjustment, and oil change, it ran much better.  To make it handle better, I added solid sub-frame bushings up front and eliminated the Iso-Clamp rear axle mount.   I have also added a Police firm-feel steering box , replaced nearly everything in the suspension, and added new shocks.  
I made Rally wheels from 15 X 7 cop rims and mounted P245-60R15 tires all around.  I have blacked out all the remaining trim and tinted the rear windows.  I plan to add a twin snorkel scoop and Road Runner flares all around, eventually painting the car bright metallic Red.  I will upgrade the engine to a small block if I decide to keep it (I really want a Magnum).  It has actually turned out to be a fun car...
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