Station Wagons

Low Mileage Station Wagon: 1987 Plymouth Reliant LE

With the popularity of the Chrysler Mini Van taking the world by storm in 1984, many would-be station wagon buyers were allured to the fresh design when it came to making choices for their next family hauler, but the… more»

49k Original Miles: 1968 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser

The demise of new domestically-produced Station Wagons means American buyers must turn their attention to classics to avoid climbing aboard a van or an SUV. This has seen values rise, but with no signs of the trend easing, the… more»

Road Trip Ready: 1984 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon

In the wake of changing dynamics in the gasoline supply chain, U.S. automakers began the process of downsizing some of their cars in the late 1970s. One of the first was the full-size Chevrolets which got smaller and lighter… more»

Started Out As A Beater: 1976 Pinto Wagon

Oh wow! A lime green two door compact, now on the market here on craigslist for $13,000. Pat L. sent us this tip for the 1976 Ford Pinto MPG Wagon, which awaits a new owner in Los Angeles. I… more»

Ranch Wagon Project: 1966 Ford Fairlane Custom

The Ford Fairlane entered the 1960s as the downstream companion to the full-size Galaxie. In 1962, the company moved the nameplate over to a new type of product – a mid-size car positioned between the Galaxie and the newer… more»

AMC Project Wagon: 1960 Rambler Cross Country

Nash-Kelvinator Corp. and Hudson Motor Car Co. merged in 1954 to form American Motors. One of the first outputs from that partnership was the 1956-60 Rambler Six and Rambler Eight, cars with the same bodies but different engines. The… more»

BF Auction: 1954 Ford Country Sedan

Practicality can be a serious consideration for any enthusiast contemplating a classic purchase. This is particularly true if a family is to be involved in the ownership experience. That is where vehicles like this 1954 Ford Country Sedan fill… more»

Wood Bodied American Icon: 1948 Chevrolet Fleetmaster Woodie

The wood-bodied station wagon has become an American icon.  Something about them connects Americans back to the pioneer days, the surfing movement, and Hollywood during its heyday.  While that market has cooled a bit, there are a few good… more»

1967 Ford Country Sedan (wagon): Family Classic Time Machine

I recently found a snapshot of myself standing next to a car very much like this 1967 Ford Country Sedan (station wagon body style). That alone might make me want to throw a bid at this car, located in… more»

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad Project

Some enthusiasts refuse to consider tackling another person’s unfinished project build, and that attitude is understandable. It is not uncommon for such projects to house nasty surprises that can see things spiral out of control. That doesn’t appear to… more»

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: 1991 Chevrolet Caprice

This 1991 Chevrolet Caprice wagon almost has a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde look to it, depending on which wheels the owner chooses to use. It’s either slightly sinister with blackwall tires and dog dish caps, or elegant with… more»

Pristine Survivor: 1977 Ford Pinto Cruising Wagon

Although it is no longer as common as it once was, dealerships sometimes order a premium derivative of a particular model, adding extras in-house. They parked those cars in their showroom, hoping to entice potential buyers through the door…. more»

Last Registered in 1956: Crosley Super Wagon

Once again, from the fertile imagination of Powel Crosley and just out of sixty-seven years of storage, we have a Crosley vehicle for consideration. This one is on craigslist, a CD Super Wagon, with an asking price of $8500…. more»

Texas Project: 1959 Rambler Six Cross Country

Being just one inch longer than a new Toyota Camry, this 1959 Rambler Six Cross Country Custom sure seems like it would be bigger, doesn’t it? This car needs a lot of work but a few bidders think that… more»

Rare Wagon: 1978 Pontiac Astre

What is it about seeing a car that you know full well isn’t all that desirable, but when it wears the badge of a far lesser-known variant, it suddenly becomes cool? That’s a spell I often fall under despite… more»

West Coast Wagon! 1970 Dodge Coronet

The Dodge Coronet was one of Chrysler’s intermediates in the 1960s and 1970s and was the basis for the Charger and Super Bee. Family sedans comprised most of Coronet sales, but station wagons were in the mix, as well…. more»