Country Sedan

Take One or All! Collection of Eight (8) 1954 Fords

It’s not unusual to see collectors migrate to a particular brand of automobile and/or model. But the prior owner here apparently had a fixation for Fords produced in 1954. Not the ’53 or the ‘55s, just the ‘54s which… 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»

Parked 30 Years: 1970 Ford Country Sedan Wagon

Although it didn’t come quite as well trimmed out as the more upscale Country Squire, Ford’s Country Sedan got the people-moving job done capably back in the day if you had a large family.  And while it was considered… more»

Much Loved: 1956 Ford Country Sedan

Any classic car can look tired and frayed around the edges after more than sixty years, and this is particularly true of station wagons. They tend to live life harder than most, but this 1956 Ford Country Sedan is… more»

Custom Patina: 1964 Ford Galaxie Country Sedan Wagon

When I first glanced at this station wagon, my initial thought was what a cool aged finish was on it, as it usually takes years for the paint to develop a patina such as this.  But then I realized… more»

390-Equipped: 1966 Ford Country Sedan

Necessity is the mother of invention, and a lack of options within the new car market means buyers are turning to vehicles like this 1966 Ford Country Sedan if they seek a station wagon to transport a larger family…. more»

Well-Baked Wagon: 1970 Ford Country Sedan

The Country Sedan was to the Galaxie 500 as the Country Squire was to the LTD. It was a full-size Ford wagon with less pizzazz and part of the company’s lineup from 1952 to 1974. In terms of production… more»

1 of 869: 1957 Packard Country Sedan

When the newly formed Studebaker-Packard Corp. introduced their 1957 models, Packard dealers were not happy. Instead of an all-new car, the Packards would largely be rebadged Studebakers. Packard buyers didn’t like the changes either and sales plummeted. Even fewer… more»

One Family Owned: 1969 Ford Country Sedan

Station wagons, especially full-size examples, are among the strongest performing vehicles in the classic market. When the wagon in question is unmolested and has a known ownership history, that increases the desirability. That makes this 1969 Ford Country Sedan… more»

Rare Wagon: 1957 Packard Clipper Country Sedan

“Parts Bin Specials” are common in the automotive world. Companies generally create them out of existing production parts to produce a limited edition or premium version of an existing model. Less common is a manufacturer’s need to utilize this… more»

390 Equipped Survivor: 1967 Ford Station Wagon

Ford has always been a big player in the full-size station wagon field, and 1967 was no exception. That was the third year of a platform that originated in 1965 and would use vertically stacked headlights for the last… more»

Classic Driver: 1965 Ford Country Sedan

With Summer fast approaching, it is only natural for our thoughts to turn to holidays. Whether it is somewhere local or a potential cross-country jaunt, making the trip in a classic station wagon allows plenty of room for kids,… more»

390 Equipped: 1968 Ford Galaxie Country Sedan

This 1968 Ford Galaxie Country Sedan is hiding its light under a bushel. Its exterior shows some scars and minor rust issues, but below the surface is a classic wagon with a tidy interior and a drivetrain that has… more»

Muscle Wagon:1968 Ford Country Sedan

It’s funny how we find that older members of past generations didn’t have an aversion to owning daily drivers with a bit of power under their right foot. That is the story with this 1968 Ford Country Sedan. The… more»

Big Block Wagon: 1968 Ford Country Sedan

UPDATE – This station wagon got bid up to $5,150 after we previously featured it, but it has been relisted here on eBay. This time with a Buy-It-Now of $7,995 with the option to make an offer. Special thanks… more»