Station Wagons

Halloween Prop? 1953 Cadillac Hearse/Ambulance

Cadillac built nearly 110,00 automobiles in 1953 and a small number of them were converted into ambulances and hearses by Meteor Motor Car Co. If you need to be taken to the hospital or to your final resting place,… more»

Garage Find: 1952 Chevrolet Styleline Wagon

There in the back, hiding quietly behind the old chairs, the boogie board, the lawn tractor, and the fender sits a proud 1952 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe Wagon, one of 12,756 built that year, a true blue Tin Woodie in… more»

Family Truckster? 1972 Plymouth Suburban

Well, it’s not as ugly as the Griswold’s ride, perhaps it’s the lack of faux wood scattered all about the exterior that gives this whammer-jammer of a Plymouth a pass. But pea-green it is! Chevrolet and Ford full-size wagons… more»

1954 International Travelall Fire Truck!

One of the nicer things about older fire equipment is that you can pretty much guarantee that for the length of its “in service” life it received excellent care. This 1954 International Travelall fire vehicle has been in storage… more»

New England Survivor: 1954 Ford Ranch Wagon

The Mainline was Ford’s entry-level series from 1952 through 1956. It would come in a variety of body styles including the 2-door Ranch Wagon, like the seller’s beautiful example. These wagons would be popular with small businesses to use… more»

Rare Woodie: 1940 Buick Super Estate Wagon

One of the 495 Buick Super Estate Wagons manufactured for the 1940 model year for sale in the US (six others were made for export) has surfaced in  Cleveland County, Oklahoma and here on Facebook Marketplace, the tip is… more»

33k Original Miles: 1972 Plymouth Fury Sport Suburban

A classic station wagon is always going to be a practical choice for an enthusiast with a family. When you add the versatility of 3rd-row seating, that desirability gets ramped up a notch. This 1972 Plymouth Fury Sport Suburban… more»

Paradise Fire Survivor: 1957 Volvo PV445 Duett

The Camp Fire that ripped through Paradise, California, was devastating for numerous reasons. The toll on life, property, and wildlife was extensive, but cars like this 1957 Volvo PV445 Duett provide a mild silver lining to what is otherwise… more»

1957 Chevrolet 150 Handyman Pickup?

In 1957, Chevy built more than 1.5 million cars. And within their extensive line of passenger vehicles, you could get a hardtop, a sedan, a convertible, a sedan delivery, a utility sedan, and a handy man’s station wagon. But… more»

Future Collectible? 1994 Saturn SW2 5-Speed Wagon

Bear with me on this one. This 1994 Saturn SW2 isn’t that old but it’s 26 years old which predates a good percentage of Barn Finds readers. It’s not particularly fast, although it does have a sweet twin-cam engine…. more»

1 of 7: 1966 Plymouth Belvedere 440 4-Speed Wagon

Wagons from the 1960s with giant motors are not highly unusual, as the wagon made a supreme tow vehicle for family vacations with travel trailers of various sizes. Thrifty-minded wagon owners would often choose the three-speed column-shifted manual transmission… more»

Nicest One Left? 1983 Honda Civic Wagon

I don’t know if a lot of people thought to preserve economy cars several decades ago. Not that they do that now, come to think of it. They’re cars to use as a tool or an appliance. They get… more»

Surf Wagon! 1951 Ford Country Squire

A woodie! A for-real woodie built near the end of the wood/wood trim era. This beautifully restored example continues to survive the test of time and termites. The seller states that in spite of its like-new condition, this 1951… more»

Nomad Alternative: 1956 Pontiac Safari

Most car people remember the 1955-57 Chevy Nomad, a sporty 2-door station wagon that is in demand today due in part to low production. But not as many recall that Pontiac had its version of the same wagon called… more»

430 Horsepower 1971 Chevrolet Vega Sleeper!

The phrase “V8 Vega” has been around nearly as since Chevy began building these import-fighters in model year 1971, and the temptation to drop a big motor in a little car is strong with the bowtie faithul. This 1971… more»

14,800 Original Miles! 1976 Chevrolet Vega Kammback

Green machine? Franken-wagon? Whatever you might call this vibrant 1976 Chevrolet Vega Kammback wagon, one thing is for certain: it’s an exceptionally nice example, and possibly quite low mileage, too, with just 14,800 original miles indicated on the odometer…. more»