Station Wagons

Big Block Merc: 1977 Mercury Marquis Colony Park

The 1970’s brought about a change in style, a change in performance due to the gas crisis, and station wagons were still the preferred family hauler of choice. In very nice survivor grade condition, this ’77… more»

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Heart Transplant: 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Wagon

What do you do when you have a solid chassis without its original drive train? Put one in it! Although this Chevrolet wagon appears original and untouched, this snazzy looking wagon has been lowered, and features… more»

Original Wood: 1951 Buick Series 50 Dyna Flow Estate

The relationship between lumber and automobiles is a romance that began in the early part of the 20 century. As the automobile improved and grew, wood went from being utilitarian, to a deluxe trim feature like… more»

Green Giant: 1969 Mercury Colony Park Wagon

Many wagons of the 1950’s and 1960’s offered great looks comparable to the coupes and sedans of the same make. As time progressed the wagons got a bit bigger and cheesier, somehow making them as cool… more»

Cheap Ride: 1983 Honda Civic Wagon

At some point in our lives, at least for most of us, we’ve needed a basic car to serve as cheap, useful transportation – just a cheap ride. It doesn’t get much cheaper than this 1983… more»

Solid Driver: 1969 Plymouth Fury Suburban Wagon

There’s nothing I like as much as a nice Dodge, except for maybe a nice Plymouth! This 1969 Fury Suburban is everything I want in a driver quality classic, except for the Chevrolet wheels. This appears… more»

V8 Manual Packard-Baker: 1956 Parkview Wagon

While the Packard-Baker cars are a bit rare and in my opinion underappreciated, I always found the styling and looks of the 2 door wagons to be quite pleasing. In fact this is one of the… more»

Stick Shift 9 Seater: 1957 Chevrolet 210 Wagon

Getting the right combination when it comes to a classic car can be the difference between a cheap car and a gold mine. The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air is a highly coveted and iconic car in… more»

Stick Shift Banana Boat: 1965 Rambler Cross Country

You will be sure to stand out in this very bright and long banana yellow Rambler station wagon. Packing virtually no deluxe features, this wagon is a base model classic that is quite solid with a… more»

Genuine Wood: 1963 Ford Galaxie Country Sedan

Cars with great style and looks are always a joy to check out, but one thing that can really separate a car from many is it’s past. With a colorful history as a dragster hauler, this… more»

Woodgrain Estate: 1970 Chevelle Concours Wagon

Update 1/5/2018 – While bidding for this wagon reached over $22k, it apparently didn’t sell and has been relisted here on eBay. There’s no word why the previous auction fell through, but this might be worth… more»

$2,000 V8 Dart: 1963 Dodge Dart 270 Wagon

Coming just one year after my personal favorite generation of Dart, the one-year-only 1962, is this 1963 Dodge Dart 270 Wagon. It looks like your average Dart wagon, nothing really too special except for appearing to… more»

One Owner Woody: 1968 Ford Country Squire

This classic wagon is said to be a true one owner barn find. 1968 was part of the fifth generation of Ford Country Squires and were the last of the “sporty” wagons. The cars of the… more»