4/9/2018· Q: I enjoy your nostalgic car columns in our area newspaper and on the Internet. I'm a retired guy who has always liked the station wagons from the 1950s through the 1970s. I know you like station wagons, so I'm wondering first why more collectors don't restore station wagons and second some info on the value of these station wagons compared to the cars?
8/9/2019· The Pick of the Day, a 1968 Opel Kadett station wagon, is a rarity not only to have survived but because it has been immaculately restored by an obvious Opel enthusiast. As they say, whatever car that ever was will have some network of fans and a club dedicated to it. In bright red with a black interior, this Kadett looks as if it just rolled out of the Buick-Opel dealership where it most ...
while it's disappointing that america misses out on another enthusiast-oriented station wagon, the all-new levorg should provide some clues about what to expect from future u.s.-bound subaru models, especially the highly anticipated next-gen wrx. most notably, the levorg now rides on the subaru global platform, which currently underpins the ...
7/11/2019· 1989 Mercury Colony Park – $10,600. The full-size, station wagon version of the Mercury Grand Marquis is this Colony Park model, which is a massive, rear-wheel-drive, body-on-frame wagon with huge proportions. This particular example is finished in red with a red interior, and it's traveled just 72,000 miles from new.
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Staying Alive: 5 Coolest New Station Wagons. We recently took a look back at the Dodge Magnum, which could be considered one of the last great American station wagons.Even with the Magnum relegated to the history books, there are still a some solid options on today's market for the traditional wagon lover or even those who just want added practically without jumping into an SUV or crossover.
PHOTO 6 The number one station wagon enthusiast at the meet was none other than Ted Langmeyer, who brought two cars from his collection: The finely restored 1955 Buick Special looked fantastic in its two-tone color combination, and his 1940 Pontiac wagon was equally fascinating.
On the positive side, Buick has a new station wagon in its 2018 Regal line, and they even call it a "Tour-X Wagon." That's a nice step forward for us station wagon fans as the words "station wagon" has been pretty much shunned for at least 30 years now in American automotive marketing.