Griswold Worthy Wagon Spotting!

Griswold Wannabe Wagon

This Griswold lookalike wagon was posted on Reddit about a year back. Apparently, it was thrown together by someone in the spotter’s hometown as a homage to the classic comedy, Christmas Vacation. We thought it was good for a laugh. Now, get out there and do your last minute Christmas shopping!

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Comments

  1. DREW V.

    Wow a genuine 100% original “Wagon Queen Family Truckster” Haven’t seen one of these on the road in years…

  2. Hoos Member

    Wasn’t the wagon from Christmas Vacation a Ford Tarus wagon? I thought the Family Truckster was in the original, National Lampoon’s Vacation.

    • JW454

      Hoos, you’re right but when enough drugs are used to do something like this, it all gets mushed together.

    • Eric

      Yes it was a Taurus

  3. Ed P

    If Aunt Edna were sitting on the roof, this would be perfect

  4. Tom Member

    Now that’s funny right there!

  5. John H Bell

    I recognize that wagon from right here in Danville Va. It was sitting in front of the local BIG SKY rents and events store(a former car dealership lot) on route 58. He moved the place across town, but probably still has the rig…too funny!

  6. piper62j

    I’m shocked.. Most of these wagons were bought up by middle easterners and shipped over to the middle east where gas was only 25 cents a gallon there.. How did this one slip thru.. ???

  7. alfred

    shi##ers full

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