Ranch Wagon

Cool Custom: 1961 2-Door Ford Ranch Wagon

We uncover two-door station wagons here at Barn Finds with surprising regularity. Many are in less than usable operation such as this rare 1958 Mercury Commuter and that always begs the question of what to do with the car…. more»

Original Flathead: 1953 Ford Ranch Wagon

Station wagons are a hot ticket in the classic market, and this trend shows no signs of changing. Many people buy a newer wagon as an alternative to a van or an SUV, but wagons like this 1953 Ford… more»

Project or Parts Car? 1960 Ford Ranch Wagon

Between 1952-74, the Ranch Wagon was Ford’s least expensive station wagon and usually a full-size model. All full-size Fords received futuristic styling for 1961, which even included flat tailfins on the wagons. This edition has an extensive amount of… more»

Stored For A Decade: 1967 Ford Fairlane 500 Wagon

Anyone who ever doubted the popularity of classic station wagons needs only look at this 1967 Ford Fairlane 500. It looks tired, and the owner has only recently dragged it out of storage after a decade, but it has… more»

Same Family Since New: 1952 Ford Ranch Wagon

All hail the two-door station wagon like this 1952 Ford Ranch Wagon. As popular as ever, they usually don’t remain as-is for long. Before this example gets snagged and visions of a hot-rod hauler dance through the next owner’s… more»

Two Door 1960 Ford Ranch Wagon!

The Ranch Wagon was Ford’s least expensive station wagon between 1952-74. It was usually a full-sized transport, although the name was used on intermediates during 1963-64. The seller’s 2-door version from 1960 hasn’t been registered for the last 43… more»

Desert Find: $3,900 1959 Ford Ranch Wagon

The Ranch Wagon was Ford’s first all-steel-bodied wagon in 1952 after the “Woodie” phase of wagon production had come to an end. Simpler in trim and amenities compared to the Country Squire, the Ranch Wagon would remain a Ford… more»

Forest Find: 1961 Ford 2-Door Ranch Wagon

As of late, we have covered a lot of station wagons here on Barn Finds and interest always seems to focus on ’50s vintage, full-size two-door models. By 1961, however, they were starting to fade away, more than likely… more»

312 V8 Survivor: 1955 Ford Ranch Wagon

When Ford redesigned its cars for 1952, they retired their wood-bodied station wagons, making way for the company’s first all-steel-bodied family trucksters. At first, the Ranch Wagon was based on Ford’s entry-level Mainline cars, while more upscale wagons were… more»

46K Miles! 1952 Ford Ranch Wagon

This 1952 Ford Ranch Wagon isn’t everyone’s cup of oolong, but I would think that almost everyone can appreciate a car like this. It can be found here on eBay in a sleepy little non-descript town named Las Vegas,… more»

1957 Ford Fairlane Ranch Wagon With A Hidden Surprise

When someone sets out to create a custom car, things might not be all that they appear to be. That’s the case with this 1957 Ford Fairlane Ranch Wagon, because under the skin there lies a bit of a… more»

Period Mods: 1959 Ford Ranch Wagon 2-Door

It appears that at some point in its life, a previous owner has customized this 1959 Ford Ranch Wagon to their own tastes and needs. The majority of these modifications look like they may have been performed in the… more»