Wagon

Only One Left: 1954 Campbell-Built Body Chevrolet 4400

One of the well-known names in the Woody business from the days of yore is Robert Campbell, who purchased the old Waterloo Wagon Company in New York back in 1932 and transformed it into the Mid-State Body Company.  Their… more»

Rear Section Only: Greenwood C3 Corvette Sport Wagon

For most Chevrolet Corvette enthusiasts, especially those who are fans of the C3 era cars, the name John Greenwood is probably a familiar one.  John’s interest in the hobby seemed to be two-fold, as he loved to race Corvettes… more»

Well-Documented: 1950 Ford Custom Deluxe Woody Wagon

The 1950 Ford Custom series included sedans, coupes, and station wagons, even a convertible, most offered with either Ford’s in-line six-cylinder or its V8. These were hearty sellers as a group, with over 800,000 versions finding new owners. The… more»

Big Block Wagon: 1962 Chrysler Newport

Chrysler anointed the Newport as a separate model in 1960, after using the name since the 1940s in one way, shape, or form. The full-sized Newport was offered as a replacement for DeSoto and aimed at the economy-minded buyer…. more»

Parts or Project: 1952 Crosley Wagon

We’ve written repeatedly about Powel Crosley, one of the more illustrious industrial inventors that the world has seen. This time we’ll skip directly to the car at hand since it needs significant help finding a new home and Mr…. more»

No Parts At Pep Boys: 1969 Citroen Wagon

In America, most of our knowledge of Citroens comes from the movie “National Lampoon’s European Vacation.”  Chevy Chase and his family motored around Europe for part of the movie in a 1972 Citroen DS 21.  At the time of… more»

Beautiful 1967 Plymouth Belvedere II Wagon

The seller of this 1967 Plymouth Belvedere II Wagon has owned it for over twenty years. In fact, at one point they sold it to a friend and got it back again. They seem to be pretty honest with… more»

One-Year Only Offering! 1956 Ford Parklane Wagon

There’s always been something intriguing to me about one-year-only cars, regardless of the manufacturer or vehicle type.  1956 was the sole year a buyer could walk into their local Ford dealer and drive away in a Parklane, a 2-door… more»

Muscle Wagon: 1969 Dodge Coronet 500

Looking super-fresh and sporty, this 1969 Dodge Coronet 500 nine-passenger wagon in Bee Spring, Kentucky offers seating for nine, a smooth-sounding 383, air conditioning, and more. You don’t find many wagons of this era with black paint and interior…. more»

Awesome Surf Wagon! 1955 Chevrolet 210

UPDATE – This sweet surf wagon reached $14k when the auction ended, but it has been relisted. It’s currently bid up to $14,200, but the reserve has not been met. If you missed it the last time around, you… more»

Hemi Wagon: 1956 Dodge D500 Sierra

Station wagons have come in and out of popularity ever since they were introduced, and right now very few are made – the SUV is the hauler of choice for most people. But back in the 1950s and 1960s… more»

Beautiful Survivor! 1959 Edsel Villager Wagon

What is widely considered the biggest sales flop in automotive history, the Ford Edsel is now an iconic collector car and they are becoming highly collectible. This version is a Villager Wagon from 1959 and can be found here on… more»

1-Of-3? 1991 Ford Crown Victoria LTD LX Wagon

Family-hauler fans, you might want to check this out! It’s allegedly one of three produced with this color combo, and it’s up for sale here on eBay in Fountain Hills, Arizona. Let’s check it out!

Original Survivor: 1965 Mercury Woody Wagon

While I guess this car could technically be called a “Woody Wagon” it is a far cry from its 1940s and 50s cousins. There are some nice wood accents down the side which give it a nostalgic feel, but… more»

Surfboard Included! 1946 Ford Woodie

Sometimes a classic will come along and it seems like the owner has chosen the perfect location to shoot their photos. That is the case with this 1946 Ford Woodie, because what better location could there be than a… more»

Stalled Hot Rod Project: 1959 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery

There was a time when auto designers went to great lengths to get multiple models from a single platform – a trend that is not as common today. Looking back you could find two-door hard-tops with several different roof-lines,… more»