Station Wagon

40k-Mile Survivor: 1991 Chevrolet Caprice Station Wagon

The Chevrolet Caprice was one of those cars that continued to hang on with full-size wagon availability long after the minivan took the world by storm in 1984, and surprisingly it lasted another five model years after this 1991… more»

45k Mile 1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria Wagon

This 1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria proves that a classic Station Wagon doesn’t need to be particularly old to generate significant buyer interest. It isn’t perfect, but it is a dry-climate survivor that a new owner could preserve or… more»

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»

BF Auction: 1963 Chevrolet Impala Station Wagon

With classic Station Wagons so popular in the current market, finding a project candidate that is a genuine blank canvas can be challenging. However, this 1963 Impala could represent such an opportunity. It is a two-owner vehicle that has… more»

2-Owner Original 1974 Pontiac Catalina Safari Station Wagon

Back in the mid-seventies, station wagons were still going strong in the marketplace long before the SUV and minivans became the preferred method for transporting your family around town or taking them on a far-away vacation.  But even though… more»

396 Woodie! 1966 Chevrolet Caprice Estate Wagon

GM executives must have anticipated they had a winner on their hands almost immediately with the Chevrolet Caprice nametag, as the moniker went from being just a trim option for the Impala in 1965 to its own stand-alone model… more»

Original 383! 1963 Plymouth Belvedere Station Wagon

Owning a Station Wagon often means striking a compromise between practicality and performance, but must that always be the case? The answer is a resounding “no” if the Wagon is this 1963 Plymouth Belvedere. Its interior offers enough space… more»

BF Auction: 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Station Wagon

UPDATE – The reserve is off! This one is going to sell to the highest bidder. UPDATE – The seller has sent us additional photos of this Chevelle Wagon! You can find them in the gallery below. The lack… more»

67k-Mile Survivor! 1986 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Station Wagon

Chrysler sort of rocked the boat for the family-hauler market when it introduced the Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager as new 1984 models, not that this was a bad thing other than it did start to challenge the future… more»

Woodie Wagon: 1978 Ford Pinto Squire

Even as the Ford Pinto was scoring high in the school of hard knocks over safety concerns, buyers seemed to like what they were seeing in spite of it, with the car staying in production all the way up… more»

No Reserve: 1978 Buick Century Station Wagon

In my younger days, I was nearly always envious when our neighbors drove home in a new station wagon, and try as I did to persuade my dad to follow suit, he was a sedan man and never bought… more»

Turbo Diesel 4-Speed: 1980 Mercedes-Benz W123 Station Wagon

Some well-versed Mercedes-Benz readers may be thinking hey, wait a minute, there was never a turbo diesel stick-shift wagon produced, and they’d be correct.  But thanks to the effort of two separate owners, now there’s at least one to… more»

Half Finished Creamsicle: 1960 Rambler American Wagon

With summer creeping up on us with its usual vigor, everyone needs ice cream and a summer project.  The ice cream is easy to find at your local convenience store or grocery store.  As for a summer project?  Reader… more»

Low Mileage Station Wagon: 1987 Plymouth Reliant LE

With the popularity of the Chrysler Mini Van taking the world by storm in 1984, many would-be station wagon buyers were allured to the fresh design when it came to making choices for their next family hauler, but the… more»

Poor Man’s Cadillac: 1940 LaSalle 52 Hearse Wagon

So what’s a car maker to do when their lower-priced offering is interfering too much with its flagship model?  Well, eliminate it, of course!  And that’s exactly what GM did with the LaSalle in 1940, or at least it’s… more»

One Owner Woody! 1973 Dodge Monaco Station Wagon

Back in the good old days, a maker’s flagship model was often available as a station wagon, such as this 1973 Dodge Monaco.  These things were large too, measuring about 19 feet in length and seating 6 passengers comfortably,… more»