One may not think of the Ford Pinto as a collector car, but the wagons had a better solution to fuel tank placement and were no worse than their rivals. The Cruising Wagon was a rare variant on the Pinto wagon that was offered as a smaller alternative to the custom vans that were popular in the 1970s, and while it was not exactly popular, it remains an interesting piece of 1970s automotive history, and ones in this nice of condition are scarce. The car needs some mechanical attention, front carpeting, an appropriate 70s AM/FM/8-track stereo system (check eBay before buying from a junkyard) and front door panels, but the remainder of the car looks great. The 2800cc Cologne V6 and automatic transmission are a great combination, hop-up parts are still out there, but may be easiest to find through a Capri specialist in the US or the UK.
Find it here for $5000 in Marysville, California, (or go here if ad disappears)