Station Wagons

Rare One-Owner 1976 Jensen GT

Here’s a car that we don’t see too often, although we have seen seven of them here at Barn Finds over the last decade or so. This is a 1976 Jensen GT, made by Jensen-Healey. The seller has it… more»

Cool Custom: 1961 2-Door Ford Ranch Wagon

We uncover two-door station wagons here at Barn Finds with surprising regularity. Many are in less than usable operation such as this rare 1958 Mercury Commuter and that always begs the question of what to do with the car…. more»

Kammback Survivor: 1975 Chevrolet Vega

The Vega was Chevy’s answer to the imported subcompacts that were popping up everywhere in the late 1960s. Launched in 1971, the Vega was named after the brightest star in the constellation Lyra. It would see the production of… more»

Former SWAT Unit: 1942 Chevrolet ESU

UPDATE 11/30/21 — The consensus among our readers is that the front clip of this vehicle came from an International from the 1950s. The seller says it’s a 1942 Chevrolet. ———————————- As best we can determine, ESU stands for… more»

One Family Owned: 1937 Ford Woody Wagon

It isn’t unusual for us to see classic cars here at Barn Finds that have been part of the same family since new. However, finding one that has been in that situation for more than eight decades is a… more»

Running Ambulance Project: 1972 Oldsmobile 98

General Motors was a common source for large cars as commercial conversions in the 1960s/1970s. Like this 1972 Oldsmobile 98 which was professionally converted to an ambulance for use by the U.S. Air Force. It has benefitted from a… more»

Restomod Potential? 1965 Chevrolet Impala

Chevy’s full-size cars were redesigned for 1965, using a perimeter frame instead of an X-frame and the fenders received “Coke bottle”-type styling. The Impala would set sales records that year, exceeding one million units for the first time. This… more»

Nice Survivor: 1971 International Travelall 1010

Seven-Up had a big ad campaign for years touting its status as “The Uncola” and it worked. At least for a while, even though sales never got close to Coke’s sales. I think this 1971 International Travelall 1010 is… more»

Rare 2-Door Wagon: 1957 Mercury Voyager

Similar to the Rambler Cross Country, the Voyager was a line of pillarless hardtop station wagons offered by Mercury for 1957-58. They came with either two or four doors, but the 2-door was less practical and found fewer buyers… more»

Weather Worn Wagon: 1967 Chevrolet Impala

In the 1960s, no one offered more station wagons than Chevrolet. Within its full-size cars alone, each of the four series was represented: Biscayne, Bel Air, Impala, and Caprice. The Impala was the most popular and would include the… more»

Single Year Model: 1958 Chevrolet Yeoman

The Chevy Yeoman was a one-year model station wagon based on the low-end Delray passenger car series. Available in two and four-door body styles, the Yeoman was the lowest-priced wagon Chevrolet offered. This non-running edition is said to be… more»

Cheap Survivor? 47k Mile 1997 Mercury Tracer Wagon

A Mercury Tracer on Barn Finds? Yup, it takes all kinds to make up this mosaic of American automobilia, though I’ll admit that a twenty-four-year-old, domestic economy car seems like a stretch. But hey, it is a station wagon… more»

V8/3-Speed: 1960 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery

Following in the vein of this 1950 Pontiac Sedan Delivery is this 1960 Chevrolet example. We have covered this vintage SD on Barn Finds before – with approximately 5,300 produced, they’re not exactly rare. But, they’re still an interesting… more»

11,400 Miles! 1972 Ford Cortina 2000 Estate

Named after Italy’s Cortina d’Ampezzo, the “Italian supermodel of ski resorts” according to LonelyPlanet, Ford’s Cortina enjoyed decades of success in Europe and elsewhere. This 1972 Ford Cortina 2000 Estate hails from the Mark III years, the Cortina’s third… more»

Cheap 1963 Datsun Bluebird Survivor

Sometimes there are listings of cars that have the entire history of the car’s development, the life stories of the main engineers and company faces, and the personal story behind the family who owns the car and how so-and-so… more»

30K Miles! 1978 Plymouth Volare Wagon

I have always wondered what a Plymouth Valiant wagon would have looked like during the last of their run, but I guess the next best thing would be a 1978 Plymouth Volare wagon. It was next in line and… more»