Station Wagons

No Reserve 1962 Rambler Ambassador Cross Country

If you’re looking for a quick project, this 1962 Rambler Ambassador 400 Cross Country wagon isn’t it. Unless you have a tv reality show, those guys can nut-and-bolt restore a car in this condition in three days, all while… more»

One Year Only SS 454 Wagon! 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle

One-year only cars of any significance always draw attention in the automotive world. While GM made plenty of big block wagons in the 1970s, there was only one year it could be combined with the Super Sport or “SS”… more»

Estate Find: 1985 Subaru GL Turbo 4×4 Wagon

This 1985 Subaru GL Turbo 4×4 wagon was a one-owner car since it was sold new in California 35 years ago. The owner, who was 92 years old, recently passed away and the seller got it from the estate…. more»

1963 Studebaker Daytona Wagonaire!

Vintage station wagons are some of the coolest cars ever made. They can haul numerous passengers and cargo in style and bring back memories of road trips and camping adventures. This one is a 1963 Studebaker Daytona Wagonaire, which… more»

Mopars and Fords: Field of Cars and Trucks

In a field or yard in Sonoma, California, there’s an assortment of cars and trucks to be looked over. They’re mostly made by Chrysler, but not entirely. 12 vehicles are identified as for sale, but only one or two… more»

312 V8 Survivor: 1955 Ford Ranch Wagon

When Ford redesigned its cars for 1952, they retired their wood-bodied station wagons, making way for the company’s first all-steel-bodied family trucksters. At first, the Ranch Wagon was based on Ford’s entry-level Mainline cars, while more upscale wagons were… more»

1-of-1: 1947 Mercury Series 79M Marmon-Herrington 4×4 Woodie Wagon

There are times here at Barn Finds when a vehicle will appear on our desks with a claim of being 1-of-1, and it is easy to be cynical. However, when a classic like this 1947 Mercury Series 79M Woodie… more»

1955 Chevrolet Nomad Barn Find

The ad for this beautiful 1955 Chevrolet simply lists it as a “Classic.” Well, it certainly is a classic! In fact, it is a Nomad and according to, there were less than 8,400 Nomads produced in 1955! The… more»

Blue Plate Survivor: 1974 Chevrolet Vega GT Kammback

The owner of this 1974 Chevrolet Vega GT Kammback describes it as one of the nicest Vegas left on the planet. When you work your way through the photos that he supplies, it is hard to argue that point…. more»

Rare Survivor: 1957 Ford Del Rio Wagon

Station wagons are hot in the collector market right now, or at least popular. A two-door wagon would be even better and I can’t imagine many wagons being cooler than this 1957 Ford Del Rio Wagon. This unique and… more»

41K Original Miles: 1986 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon

When it comes to estate wagons, America does it better than most. And I say that as someone who drives a European wagon and loves it dearly – but when it comes to the 1980s, you can’t touch GM… more»

Magnificent 1949 DeSoto Deluxe Woodie!

Woodies turn up here on Barn Finds with some amount of regularity, in particular Fords and Chrysler Town and Country models. We have even uncovered rarer models such as a ’47 Pontiac and a ‘50 Plymouth. Located in Quincy,… more»

Collection of Station Wagons – Buick (2), Chrysler and Mercury

In recent years, station wagons have begun to find favor with collectors, especially unique models. This collector is going the other direction, thinning his herd from 300 vehicles and shedding all his wagons in the process. We don’t know… more»

Yenko Stinger Tribute: 1973 Chevrolet Vega Kammback

The 1970s Chevy Vega wasn’t the success story that General Motors had planned. Sure, they sold more than two million of them across seven model years, but they were notorious for rusting out and having engines that would overheat… more»

US Ski Team Car? 1985 Subaru GL Wagon

I remember seeing the Subaru US Ski Team commercials on TV a few decades ago, showing cars like this 1985 Subaru GL 4×4 wagon with the bold, bright “Official Car” of the US Ski Team graphics on them, plowing… more»

Rare Woodie: 1949 DeSoto Deluxe Station Wagon

Wood-bodied station wagons were on their way out by the end of the 1940s. They were expensive to build relative to the number that were sold. Steel-bodied wagons were starting to materialize and would be the way to go… more»