Station Wagons

Survivor Wagon: 1989 Ford LTD Country Squire

The full-sized American station wagon was dead by the time this Country Squire was produced. In their quest for higher mpgs everyone had switched to smaller platforms. Even though this wagon was shorter and more fuel… more»

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(Egg) Salad Days: 1984 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser

I guess I’m on a bit of a wagon kick this weekend, but this ’84 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser brought back such a visceral sense memory that I had to take a closer look. I’m a big… more»

The Classiest Wagon? 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom

If you’re into coachbuilt station wagons, but the 1978 Cadillac DeVille we featured yesterday struck you as a bit gauche, perhaps you’ll find this more to your liking: a 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom station wagon! You can’t… more»

Roadside Sighting Redux: 1978 Cadillac DeVille Wagon

If this Cadillac station wagon looks familiar—that’s because it’s the same one that reader Mark S. sent us a few days ago after a friend spotted it parked along the side of the road in rural… more»

Perfect World Traveler? 1987 Mercedes-Benz 300TD

I was amused to learn that one of the finalists in the currently airing Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions, New York bartender Austin Rogers, revealed on the show his elaborate plan for his winnings: a round-the-world road… more»

2 of 2400: 1952 Mercury Woody Wagons

Woody’s are considered to be quite rare as these fine works of art always didn’t age as gracefully as their sheet metal brethren. Often difficult to find one, this seller appears to have two 1952 Woody… more»

No Termites: 1981 Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country

You aren’t going to get stuck by a splinter on this black beauty, but that asking price is definitely going to hurt! Try to think of it as getting two vehicles in one to lessen the… more»

Outerspacious: 1972 Plymouth Satellite Wagon

Early 1970’s Chrysler products are legendary for their bold looks and powerful engines. To name a few, the Charger, ‘Cuda, and Roadrunner all could be had with lots of power or a little power depending on… more»

1963 Dodge Dart Muscle Wagon

Classic V8 wagons aren’t exactly difficult to find but, a stick shift V8 wagon is a not so common treat like this ’63 Dart wagon. Packing a 360 V8 and a four on the floor, this… more»

Last Of The Giants: 1977 Chrysler Town and Country

My memory of road trips in a great big wagon is a huge part of my childhood. My parents car was a green Caprice wagon with the wood paneling along the side. It was big but… more»

Hen’s Teeth: 1972 Mazda 1800 Wagon

Here’s one that’s rarer than the proverbial hen’s teeth! A couple of months ago, our pal Scotty Gilbertson shared a ’72 Mazda 1800 sedan with us, one of likely extremely few survivors of that pioneering U.S.-market… more»

Exner Designed Wagon: 1960 Dodge Matador

Mopar offered some interesting and unique styling in the early 1960’s like this ’60 Dodge Matador wagon. With space for the whole family, and fins that would catch the eye of any Cadillac fan, this wagon… more»

Fantastico: 1979 Plymouth Volaré Premier

In the late ’60s and ’70s the Plymouth Valiant was an incredibly popular small car that had gained a reputation for reliability and economy but was built on an aged platform. Chrysler knew that they had… more»