1941 Pontiac Station Wagon (RI) – $87,000 CUSTOM WOODY STATION WAGONExterior: Mariner BlueInterior: Tan vinylTransmission: ManualEngine: V-6 There were approximately 1,000 built out of... The post 1941 Pontiac Station Wagon (RI) – $87,000 appeared first on Classic Nation.
A sporty station wagon? You don't need to say any more than that.
Post by Anne Meadows. Whether you were still carrying your high school textbooks to class in a navy Jansport, driving to your college campus in your family's hand-me-down station wagon, or diving headfirst into the so-called 'adult' working world in the 2000s (or all three, in succession), music was your constant companion. Show More Summary
As appealing as full-size vintage wagons may be, their compact siblings are arguably a better choice for a weekend classic car. Big enough to haul the groceries, the dog, and a few passengers, they’re still small enough to park in the garage (and they’re easier to wash and detail, too). We’ve featured a few mid-decade […]
A four-speed, rear-wheel-drive, dual-carb two-door station wagon might seem like a unicorn these days, but that’s exactly how this 1968 Opel Kadett L station wagon for sale on Hemmings.com is equipped. Bonus, it’s rather Spartan inside and has that kickin’ luggage rack up top. What’s more, it’s already been restored, so it’s now only necessary […]
Here’s a look at a fresh fleet of innovative sedans, station wagons, and sport coupes that should turn heads when they reach dealers’ showrooms for the 2017 model year.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Escort Radar for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. I can remember the station wagon we had when I was a kid, with its bench seats and not much else. Pop open the hood and there was an engine. Show More Summary
I can remember the station wagon we had when I was a kid, with its bench seats and not much else. Pop open the hood and there was an engine. Just an engine. Nowadays cars have a dozen computers and so much tech that the engine compartment is solid and you can’t even see the engine block, let alone work on it yourself. Show More Summary
There was a time when the station wagon was the default cargo- and family-hauling North American machine. What's the best one ever? Continue reading Question of the Day: Greatest station wagon of all time? Question of the Day: Greatest station wagon of all time? originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 13 Jun 2016 09:15:00 EDT. Show More Summary
An Audi station wagon surrendered by its female owner to a man threatening her with a shotgun in the Canberra Theatre carpark on Tuesday afternoon has since been used in a retail hold-up at Fyshwick and discovered ablaze in Gungahlin. Police responded to a report of a vehicle fire in Carver Lane early yesterday morning and [...]
Station wagons haven't been at the forefront of family transportation in the US for some time now. But there are enough wagon aficionados out there to give Mercedes-Benz confidence to continue on with the E-Class wagon in the US. On Monday, Mercedes unveiled the new 2017 E-Class wagon that is set to join the company's line up early next year. Show More Summary
There was nothing remotely luxurious about sport-utility vehicles when they first appeared in America a generation ago. They were outdoorsy machines designed for people who would break a station wagon and needed something less bare-bones than a surplus Jeep or a serious expedition vehicle from Toyota or Land Rover. Show More Summary
Let’s face it: Nobody wants to drive what their parents drove, even if it’s the right vehicle for the task at hand. Minivan shoppers balked at their parent’s station wagon, and CUV shoppers seem to believe that minivans are the gateway to mom-jeans and velcro sneakers. Show More Summary
Americans in general are obsessed with CUVs/SUVs, which is why people who would rather have a station wagon are running out of options. To list the amount of crossovers and SUVs currently on the market, I will need to use all twenty fingers and toes, but I just need one hand to list all the […]
Condé Nast Traveler Editor in Chief Pilar Guzmán explains the inspiration behind this month’s issue.
Much as members of the Mopar Jihad don’t want to admit it, Chrysler took a bailout — in the form of government-backed loans — from Uncle Sam in 1979. This worked out pretty well for everyone involved, because the then-futuristic K-Cars...Show More Summary
Subaru doesn’t build cars for the masses ? it has never been a company relegated to knocking-out cookie cutter designs. Instead, it engineers vehicles for those who have a sense of adventure, those who are practical, and those who don’t follow the masses. Look no further than the 2016 Subaru Outback to see how successfully it executes its unique mission.
In the 1970s, the Audi 80 was sold in the United States as the Audi Fox. In the following decade, Volkswagen decided to sell the Brazilian-made Volkswagen Gol as a Volkswagen Fox in the United States, presumably using the Fox name because it was so good. Show More Summary
During the late 20th century, General Motors managed to get at least a couple of decades out of most of their platforms, but GM sold the Chevrolet Celebrity for just the 1982 through 1990 model years. Its A-body platform held on just through the 1996 model year. Show More Summary
The Chevrolet Suburban is the longest standing vehicle line in the United States, dating back to the 1930s. In it’s early years, the Suburban was more of a beefed up station wagon. Today, they are capable family haulers, with powerful engines, luxury features, and lots of connectivity options. It would seem today’s Suburban would easily […]