Station Wagons

1-Of-3? 1991 Ford Crown Victoria LTD LX Wagon

Family-hauler fans, you might want to check this out! It’s allegedly one of three produced with this color combo, and it’s up for sale here on eBay in Fountain Hills, Arizona. Let’s check it out!

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Original Survivor: 1965 Mercury Woody Wagon

While I guess this car could technically be called a “Woody Wagon” it is a far cry from its 1940s and 50s cousins. There are some nice wood accents down the side which give it a nostalgic feel, but… more»

Really Tidy 1996 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon

I’ve always had a soft spot for these big-boat Roadmaster wagons, built for just a few years (1991 to 1996) on the full-sized General Motors B Platform. This two-owner 1996, from the last year of production, is the nicest… more»

Modify or Preserve? 1979 Chevrolet Malibu Station Wagon

The seller notes his business purchased this non-running 1979 Chevrolet Malibu station wagon due to the frequency with which the platform is modified for restomod or hot rod use. This is an accurate statement, as I’ve seen plenty of… more»

Rust Free 1981 Chrysler Town & Country W/ 360

This is an interesting car. It not only looks great but it’s a bit of a restomod which we don’t typically see with a station wagon with a hotter engine, dual exhaust, and other modifications. This 1981 Chrysler Town… more»

Turbo Hauler: 1988 Peugeot 505 Turbo S

Seeing a French car on the road anywhere in the US is a pretty rare thing these days, and it has been for probably two decades or more. When that French car is a wagon, not to mention being… more»

Rock Crawler Project? 1974 Ford Bronco

It’s obvious this 1974 Ford Bronco needs a little work. As you can see, the driver’s fender is missing. The rocker panels and quarters have some deep rust issues. It can be found here on eBay with a current… more»

Porch Find Update: 1961 Chevrolet Corvair Lakewood Wagon

Back on May 5th, 2020, we featured this 1961 Corvair Lakewood Wagon that had been stashed under a porch. Fast forward to this past weekend and reader Kyle S emailed us to see if we would like to receive… more»

Room For Eight: 1966 Chrysler Town & Country

Made almost continuously from 1940 to 2016, Chrysler’s Town & Country has been known by generations as one of the ultimate family haulers around. Over the decades it was made in station wagon form and even in minivans, a… more»

Barn Finds Classified: 1960 Comet Wagon

Almost an Edsel – I’m not sure if that would have been a good marketing slogan for Mercury or not. For the first two years, the Comet didn’t have Mercury badging on it as it was supposed to be… more»

Woodie In The Barn: 1953 Buick Roadmaster

Arguably as scarce as hen’s teeth and considered the king of the Roadmasters, this rare 1953 Buick Roadmaster Woodie is a rare sight to see. Pulled from a pole barn, this Buick is an exciting find. Appearing to be… more»

Classic Wagon: 1973 AMC Hornet Sportabout

If you look across the total AMC Hornet production for 1973, the wagon was a clear winner in the model’s sales stakes. AMC managed to shift 44,719 examples of the stylish vehicle, although finding a nice example for sale… more»

Daily Driver? 1988 Buick LeSabre Estate Wagon

I’m a firm believer that regardless of general desirability, any clean, original car can hold collectible value. I may tell myself that because I want my 2011 Ford F150 to be collectible one day, but I think there’s proof… more»

Project Pinto: 1974 Ford Pinto Squire Wagon

The Ford Pinto has been a much-maligned vehicle over the years, but it is easy to lose sight of what this car was all about. It was designed to be an affordable and light vehicle that was primarily developed… more»

Field of Dreams: Massive Classics Junkyard in Kansas

This seller of literally acres of sunburnt classics has access to two full yards of vintage tin, and has been advertising his wares on craigslist and eBay for months now. This latest posting on craigslist is a means of… more»

Hardtop Wagon: 1957 Buick Caballero

If I had to pick just two car styles I’m drawn to, it would be the 4-door hardtop and the station wagon. Thankfully, Buick was one of the manufacturers in Detroit who successfully combined those styles, as seen here… more»