Station Wagons

Fins For The Family: 1960 Plymouth Station Wagon

1960 brought some big changes to Plymouth. It was the first year for the unibody platform, and the bulletproof slant 6 also began its 27-year run in… more»

Meet Woodrow: 1951 Ford Woodie Wagon

This car represents the end of an era. The 1951 model year would be the last for Ford station wagons with real wood on the sides. Earlier… more»

Stored Since 1990: 1961 Rambler American Wagon

I can’t get enough of these second-generation Rambler Americans, they’re so quirky and gangly and.. hey wait, I just described myself. This 1961 Rambler American wagon is… more»

Long Roof Survivor: 1993 Mercury Tracer Wagon

Mercury Tracer. Forgot about that one, did you? It was indeed an offering from the “better-than-Ford-but-not-quite-a-Lincoln” brand and a low mileage 1993 Mercury Tracer station wagon survivor… more»

V8 Wagons Rule: 1976 AMC Hornet Sportabout

I have just gotten home from buying a new-to-me, V8-powered project wagon, and after just an hour and a half or so of seat time, I can… more»

Survivor Surfer: 1957 Chevrolet 210 Wagon

Talk about a great family car for summer cruising! This 1957 Chevrolet 210 Wagon is said to be a mostly original survivor and looks like a ton… more»

Japanese Family Hauler: 1980 Toyota Cressida Wagon

By the standards of the early ’80s, the Cressida was considered to be a more luxurious alternative to the drab domestic wagons of its day. Reviews from… more»

$950 Special! 1963 Bonneville Safari Wagon w/ 389

Down but not Out, this 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Safari Six-Passenger wagon walks the fine line between project and parts car. This low-budget builder resides in Great Bend,… more»

From Across The Pond: 1967 Ford Cortina Estate

When I stumbled upon this car, I thought someone has a Cortina sized hole in their life, and hopefully, this can help them fill it.  The Cortina… more»

Perfect Poncho: 1977 Pontiac Catalina Safari Wagon

Sometimes a car comes along that you never knew you could possibly have any interest in at all, but after seeing the photos and hearing the story,… more»

Free Associating: 1977 AMC Pacer Wagon

To know the AMC Pacer is generally to have an opinion about the AMC Pacer and, often as not, to have some kind of interesting mental association… more»

Highlander’s Great Granddad: 1971 Toyota Corona Wagon

By 1971, Americans were taking the offerings of Toyota pretty seriously due to a growing reputation for quality and reliability. “Made in Japan” became synonymous with low… more»

Texas Cruiser! 1963 Oldsmobile Fiesta Wagon

Call me an amateur but I couldn’t identify this car from the side or rear. Beyond 50 feet I’d have to see the front clip to recognize… more»

One Tough Customer: 1962 Willys Jeep Station Wagon

One of the most far-sighted business decisions ever made was the trademarking of the JEEP name by Willys-Overland in 1943. Soldiers returning from the Second World War… more»

32,734 Miles: 1986 Olds Custom Cruiser

Another large family wagon to entice those of us who grew up with these large family contraptions. Often driving our parents to the breaking point of their… more»

Worth The Trip: 1967 Ford Cortina Wagon Project

The town and surrounding county of Orange, Virginia, home of James Madison’s Montpelier estate, is a bit off the beaten path—a ways north of Charlottesville, and considerably… more»

Pre-Brick Project: 1963 Volvo P120 Duett

If you grew up with Volvos, you’ll remember their aversion to curves in the bodywork, especially those cars from 1970 through the early 2000s. The straight lines… more»

LUV = Luxury Utility Vehicle: 1979 Buick Estate Wagon

A lot of people didn’t, and still don’t like the term station wagon. Even though there are a few modern station wagons out there, that is rarely… more»

Cheap ‘Cruiser: 1968 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser

Highly recognizable, and an iconic American family cruiser and road trip machine, the Vista Cruiser was the ultimate family hauler. Featuring awesome muscular Cutlass looks that appealed… more»

Big Is Beautiful: 1971 Pontiac Bonneville Station Wagon

Sometimes you will look at an ad and it will raise more questions than it answers. The ad for this vehicle lists it as a “1971 Pontiac… more»

This Is No Saab Story: 1967 Saab 95

While its first ancestor was the Saab 93 sedan, the 95 owes its legacy and good looks to the Saab 96. A two-door wagon that holds seven… more»

Wood As New: 1988 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser

Station wagons have certainly gotten some attention in the last few years. Here’s an attention getter, a 1988 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser in great condition that’s for sale… more»

396-3 Speed: 1967 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon

Clean as a whistle, with low miles, and an awesome drive-train, this 1967 Caprice wagon is a very attractive survivor with great looks and even wood applique… more»

Power Wagon! 440 cid 1967 Dodge Coronet

This 1967 Dodge Coronet wagon in West Fargo, North Dakota likely began life with the new-for-1967 “LA” V8 displacing 318 cubic inches. Today its motivation comes from… more»