Station Wagons

Surf Wagon! 1951 Ford Country Squire

A woodie! A for-real woodie built near the end of the wood/wood trim era. This beautifully restored example continues to survive the test of time and termites. The seller states that in spite of its like-new condition, this 1951… more»

Nomad Alternative: 1956 Pontiac Safari

Most car people remember the 1955-57 Chevy Nomad, a sporty 2-door station wagon that is in demand today due in part to low production. But not as many recall that Pontiac had its version of the same wagon called… more»

430 Horsepower 1971 Chevrolet Vega Sleeper!

The phrase “V8 Vega” has been around nearly as since Chevy began building these import-fighters in model year 1971, and the temptation to drop a big motor in a little car is strong with the bowtie faithul. This 1971… more»

14,800 Original Miles! 1976 Chevrolet Vega Kammback

Green machine? Franken-wagon? Whatever you might call this vibrant 1976 Chevrolet Vega Kammback wagon, one thing is for certain: it’s an exceptionally nice example, and possibly quite low mileage, too, with just 14,800 original miles indicated on the odometer…. more»

Parts Car Included: 1973 Ford Pinto Squire Wagon

This listing for a worn but worthy 1973 Ford Pinto Squire seems like a deal at $4,500 as it includes the runner and the parts rig – that’s right, an entire parts car is included at that price. The… more»

Seldom Seen Estate! 1977 Lancia Beta HPE

The Beta represents Lancia’s first offering following its 1969 acquisition by Fiat. Beautifully styled, well-engineered, and much-maligned, a Beta can be an absolute blast to drive.  However, ownership is not for the faint of heart. This Lancia Beta HPE… more»

Original 396! 1966 Chevrolet Impala Station Wagon

The majority of full-sized station wagons were sold as mundane forms of transport for the family. With a few notable exceptions, they did very little to instill a sense of excitement in their potential buyers. This 1966 Impala Wagon… more»

1966 Ford Mustang Station Wagon?

And now, time for something new from the, “just because you can, doesn’t mean you should” department. But creativity, and go your own way, has always been at the root of hot-rodding going back to at least the late… more»

Suburban Alternative? 1961 International Travelall

Before there was the Suburban, there was the…we’ll there wasn’t much before the Suburban, but this 1961 International Travelall would be a valid competitor from an independent manufacturer. This one has a pretty long story associated with it but… more»

Surf’s Up! 1949 Ford Woody Wagon

This iconic 1949 Ford 2-door Woody wagon is claimed to be “barn fresh“ and, according to the seller, has been off the road since 1972. Bullet nosed and wood-sided, this Ford looks reasonably complete and sports a well patina’d… more»

Turn-Key! 1956 Chevrolet Nomad

I would be surprised if many of you reading this post have not considered having a classic car as a daily driver. Mental images of cruising around in a reliable, somewhat modernized classic are common in my household, and… more»

Last Registered ’71: 1960 Plymouth Fury Suburban

Chrysler rolled out its “Forward Look” cars for 1957 and set the industry on its ear styling-wise. They would not be outdone in the tail-fins department, which stuck around big and bold through the 1960 model year. By today’s… more»

Original Paint: 1958 Buick Century Caballero

The Century Caballero was one of two pillarless estate wagons sold by Buick in 1957-58. The Caballero hardtop wagon would be a short-lived venture, selling less than 15,000 copies across two model years. They were attractive wagons and its… more»

Slammed Survivor: 1963 Chevrolet Suburban

This 1963 Chevrolet Suburban has spent the majority of its life in California. As a result, it has managed to remain rust-free. It is a project vehicle that stalled early on and then saw service as a shop truck…. more»

Rare 1-Of-11 Wagon: 1975 Cadillac Castilian Fleetwood

Judging by recent auction sales, this exceedingly rare Cadillac Castilian wagon is a bargain with an asking price of just $10,000. Of course, it carries the risk of being pelted with bullets or an explosive device given the first… more»

Rust Free Corn Popper: 1963 Saab 95

You may not think that it’s possible, but this 1963 Saab 95 wagon is a seven-seater. I kid you not. It won’t hold seven Shaqs or seven Larry Birds or even seven of me – God forbid there would… more»