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In the meantime, wagons (often by other names) have grown in popularity, and the older wagons are also drawing more fans. So if you have a wagon you are proud of, please feel free to send me a picture and information. I'll store them with everything else and will get to it someday. Meanwhile, enjoy the five years of information still stored here. You may have noticed that this site has been...
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Station Wagon Finder scours the internet to find the best old station wagons for sale. This Ebay find 1963 Pontiac Catalina Safari station wagon started as a family’s vacation car to drive between Chicago and their Estes Park, Colorado vacation home. Nicely optioned, the Catalina featured a 267HP 389 V8, automatic transmission, factory air, and six passenger seating. Comfort, convenience and...
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"About a year after I bought the car, we moved to a suburb of Los Angeles called Calabasas. Part of my daily routine was a stop for coffee at Starbucks. Fairly often there was a black Bentley sedan parked outside. As it turned out, that car was driven by one of the Jacksons. Usually Jermaine, and...
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Wagonation is your home for station wagon reviews, news, and culture. We love all things station wagon, estate, shooting-brake, be they turbocharged, tuned, or covered in wood. There’s a new Ferrari FF - the GTC4 Lusso. Baby’s got back. (via Jalopnik). A REAL R for @cantbuyathrill Photos from...
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Pictures And Info On Station Wagons from Toyota, Nissan, Lexus, Mazda, Honda & More... This is a non profit website set up to put on display some of the more interesting station wagons from Japanese manufacturers that are on sale in the US, Japan, the UK and the rest of the world. The rise of the...
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This is a page about a new build of a 1963 Chevrolet Nova Station Wagon. I will try to continually post pictures as well as the status of the project as often as I can. Please feel free to write me by clicking on the "Contact Me" link in the upper right of the page if you have any questions, comments, or if you know where I can find any pieces or parts of nova wagons that would help in my...
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A collection of some of the greatest station wagons from the fifties, sixties and beyond. 1957 Pontiac Safari Transcontinental. I finally got a good version of this picture (thanks, Tom!). There are few things about this car that make it so great. Not only did it have an exclusive stainless trim package on the rear fenders, it also came with a roof rack and a reclining front passenger seat with...
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Info and Pictures of Exotic High Performance Station Wagons from Audi , BMW, Mercedes, Caddilac etc. Welcome to the world of high performance station wagons – the rarest of breeds, where you have access to supercar levels of performance and handling, yet have a useable everyday car that has plenty of stowage space for the whole family and can carry a wardrobe in the trunk. Traditionally Station...
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My Station Wagon is a place for wagon and hatchback owners to rate, review and comment on station wagons and hatchbacks from around the world. Submit your auto for review and prove that you have the best station wagon on the block. Visit our friends at FreeWhiteNoise.com and OneDayIWenttoFrance.com. My Station Wagon - the best station wagons and hatchbacks worldwide.
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Welcome to the Red Wagon Farm! We are a family-owned and operated vegetable farm and farm market in Northeast Ohio. The market started out as a small roadside “Red Wagon” almost 50 years ago. We grow strawberries, the sweetest, sweet corn, tomatoes (both roma & round), lettuce, peppers (green, sweet, hot & jalapenos), pickles, beets, eggplant, melons and much, much more! In addition to the many...
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Woodie cars and trucks from decades past: feature stories, history, and photo galleries of classic woody vehicles lovingly salvaged and restored. View woodies of every type - station wagons, convertibles, sedans, trucks, even buses. Read the Feature Articles on a few unique woodies and tour the Photo Galleries. If you have the time, browse the Woodie Resource Directory - it's full of contacts...
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The first station wagon dates back to the early 1900's when they were informally known as "depot hacks." Why depot hacks? A "depot" was the term used for a train station and a "hack," was the term used to describe a taxi. These covered "wagons" used to transport customers from train stations to their home. When the name changed from depot hack to station wagon is not known, however, it is...
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