Station Wagons

Patina Wagon: 1953 Chevrolet Suburban

While not exactly a flip, this 1953 Suburban was acquired two years ago on eBay and now it’s headed back that way. Whatever the case, here we have a third-generation Chevrolet Suburban being offered for sale. Somewhere in its… more»

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31K Original Miles! 1979 AMC Pacer DL Wagon

By most measures, the non-symmetrical AMC Pacer was considered a goofy looking car. Imaginative? Absolutely! And AMC gets credit for allowing it to see the light of day. Controversial? Yeah, that too. But today we have found a Pacer… more»

Swedish Wagon: 1958 Volvo Duett PV445

A Volvo what? It’s a new one on me, I have never encountered a Volvo Duett. OK, so the front looks like a Volvo, and there is some resemblance via the side styling but it’s the story around this… more»

68k Original Miles: 1994 Buick Roadmaster Estate

Today, people with larger families are forced to buy an SUV if they want a vehicle to serve as daily transport. In days gone by, wagons like this 1994 Buick Roadmaster Estate would have been an obvious choice. However,… more»

Power Wagon: 1981 Ford Fairmont EV Wagon

Those of you who are unfortunate enough to know me either personally or online, know that a car like this 1981 Ford Fairmont EV wagon really turns my crank, even though this one doesn’t have a crank. Or an… more»

Big Wagon: 1975 Ford LTD Country Squire

In the 1970s, if you wanted a station wagon that was big on comfort and big in general, you probably went looking for an LTD Country Squire at your friendly Ford dealer. This 1975 edition of Ford’s top station… more»

GTO Tribute: 1968 Pontiac Tempest Wagon

Contrary to what this car may tell you, Pontiac never built a GTO as a station wagon. But if they had, it might look something like this 1968 Tempest. After all, back in ’64, a GTO was a Tempest… more»

Parked 25 Years: 1948 Ford Super Deluxe Woodie Wagon

With the new post-war Fords were coming out in 1949, several traditions were ending with 1948. They would be the last to be built during Henry Ford’s lifetime, they would be the last U.S. go-round of the flathead engine,… more»

Not a Woodie: 1949 Plymouth Suburban

Plymouth was the last major automobile manufacturer to roll out new designs after World War II. Redesigned for 1949, the new Plymouth continued to be conservatively styled, which would later be referred to as the “the three-box school of… more»

Vintage Hunting Gear Included: 1972 Chevrolet Surburban

I’ll admit it. I’m a sucker for vintage camping/hunting/fishing vehicles. When I see an old Woody or Suburban decked out with “XYZ Lodge” on the side and vintage gear loaded up, it makes me want to travel back in… more»

No Reserve Camper: 1973 Volkswagen Westfalia

No reserve is a risky proposition when listing a vehicle for sale, but it seems like Westfalia campers will always do well regardless of the listing type. This is a clean 1973 model that’a a mixture of extremely well… more»

Two-Owner 1964 Ford Galaxie Country Squire

Up until 2015, this 1964 Galaxie Country Squire had belonged to the same family since new. That family treated the car with complete respect, and the current owner has carried on that tradition. He has now decided to part… more»

Found in the Forest: 1967 Volkswagen Westfalia

This 1967 Volkswagen Bus Westfalia Camper is a pleasingly intact original example, supposedly found hiding in the Oregon forest by the seller who then proceeded to nurture it back to running and driving condition without going thru with a… more»

1 of 2,318: 1962 Mercury Comet Villager

When Dearborn got into the compact car business in 1960, Ford had the Falcon and Mercury had the Comet. They were basically the same under the skin, but the Comet had less rounded styling than Falcon and even some… more»

Sliding Roof Wagon: 1964 Studebaker Daytona Wagonaire

Vehicle manufacturers during the 1960s and 1970s made some genuine attempts to attract potential buyers to their station wagon offerings. Nowhere is this more graphically demonstrated than with wagons like this 1964 Studebaker Daytona Wagonaire. It not only features… more»

Nebraska Auction: Collection of Cars, Trucks & Tractors

There’s this fellow named Richard Schulz. He must have loved cars, trucks, and farm equipment a lot because he managed to assemble a collection of more than 200 of them over the years. All brands and styles, although he… more»