57k-Mile Woody Wagon: 1987 Chevrolet Caprice Estate

A phenomenon called the minivan took the world by storm back in 1984, and it’s hard to believe that time period in automotive history has been almost four decades ago now.  These became so popular that it didn’t take… more»

One Owner: 1976 Chevrolet Vega Kammback Estate Wagon

The question is: if you have a nearly perfect example of a bad car, do you have a good car? Back to philosophy class we go, to grapple with this one-owner 1976 Chevrolet Vega Kammback Estate wagon, here on… more»

Turbo Terrific: 1996 Volvo 850 R Estate

Although Volvo survived for decades on a reputation for producing safe but conservative vehicles, the company demonstrated the ability to create some potent models. One such vehicle was the 1996 850 R Estate. It took family motoring to a… more»

Rare Canadian Import: 1973 Ford Cortina Mk III Estate

Developed by Ford of Europe, the Cortina Mk III proved one of the most popular cars to hit the British market during the 1970s. The company exported the vehicle to several foreign markets, including Canada. The seller located this… more»

3 Row Cruiser! 1970 Buick Estate Station Wagon

The Estate nameplate was introduced by Buick all the way back in 1940, as a designation for the brand’s flagship full-size station wagon.  Buick produced its Estate from the 1940 year model up until 1963 when the wagon took… more»

Rare Estate: 1988 Citroen CX Break

We’ve literally seen and written about thousands of different classic cars over the years here at Barn Finds, but a search through our database shows that this is only the second Citroën CX 25 Break (Estate) that we have… more»

Grandma’s Wagon: 1995 Buick Roadmaster Estate

The owner of this 1995 Buick Roadmaster Estate inherited the vehicle from his grandmother, who had owned the wagon since new. It isn’t perfect, but it is an original survivor that is in above average condition. It also comes… more»

Impressive Survivor: 1968 Chevrolet Caprice Estate Wagon

Some classic wagons can tend to blend into the background and attract little attention. Then you have wagons like this 1968 Caprice Estate. It stands out for all of the right reasons because it is clean enough to attract… more»

1-of-3? 1967 Mercedes-Benz 230 Universal

During the production life of the W110/230 and the W111/230S, Mercedes-Benz did not produce a station wagon variant. However, if you had money to burn and had a real need for an estate, there was an option available to… more»

Promising Project: 1985 Buick LeSabre Estate Wagon

There have been some really promising classic station wagon project cars that have appeared here at Barn Finds in recent times, and this 1985 Buick LeSabre Estate is one that caught my eye. When it was new it would… more»

Solid Survivor: 1974 Chevrolet Vega Kammback Wagon

The Chevrolet Vega has had its share of detractors over the years, but the simple fact is that any car that can survive in original and unmolested condition for 45-years can’t be a bad car. Barn Finder Pat L… more»

Muscle Wagon: 1989 Buick Electra Estate

If you are on the hunt for a classic station wagon but fear that you are going to find yourself lumbered with some non-descript vehicle with an asthmatic lump of cast iron under the hood, then maybe you need… more»

Spoiled For Choice: 1968 Ford Cortina Estate

The owner of this 1968 Ford Cortina Estate had originally intended to perform an Ecoboost transplant on the car, but a change of plans means that he has now decided to part with the car. Barn Finder Roger referred… more»

Big-Block Family Wagon: 1966 Chevrolet Caprice Estate

Up until the early 1990s, if you were a person with a large family, combined with dogs, luggage, or anything else bulky that you can think of, then the most common solution to your motoring needs was a large… more»

One Elderly Owner: 1994 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon

If you can’t be lucky enough to find a classic car hidden away in a barn or shed, maybe the next best thing is to find one that has only had one careful, elderly owner. That’s what this 1994… more»