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Let's see those Station Wagons!


#1

The 1971 Chevrolet Townsman is the current restoration project between my wife and I (and many friends). It began life as a Florida car, hibernated in Michigan for 20-years, and this summer has made it back to the road regularly thanks to some amazing coworkers.

Feel free to share you cool wagon, or any stories!


#2

I loved my old (but in the grand scheme new) wagon. It was sure to be a classic one day, but sadly a person speeding through town decided the wrecking yard needed it more than I did.

2005 Subaru Legacy GT


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#4

I REALLY LOVE wagons. I wanted one for over 30 years, I FINALLY bought a 68 Impala wagon 4 years ago, I was the 3rd owner. The previous owner had already installed 85 Corvette 350 tune port, 700r4, had the seats recovered, I ended up spraying it flat black, which was supposed to be just until I decided on a color. I ended up getting an offer on it and it was gone. I missed it 2 hours after he left. I found a 65 Chevelle 2dr wagon, a little over a year ago, I’m doing a full blown Resto mod/ Pro Touring build on it. I had a friend all those years ago that had a really nice 64 2dr wagon and that when my love for them started. I’ve got a friend that had a Pontiac Tempest wagon several years ago that built a GTO Judge clone wagon, then last year a COMPLETLY loaded Bonneville wagon, Tri power, ps pb pw air bucket seats & 4 speed, it was REALLY nice


#5

Like you I’ve always liked the wagons too. The roof rack you see on my old '67 Tempest in the pictures is from a '66 Impala wagon! I bought that wagon back when you could still find parts for for them in the junk yards. The interior cargo area trim is all from
a '65 Bonneville. Pontiac didn’t offer a vinyl roof for their wagons, I had that one run up at an upholstery shop. I think just about every GM product contributed to my wagon,even including Cadillac!


#6

All these cars are getting hard to find parts. You ought to TRY to find parts for these 64-65 Chevelle 2dr wagons. I’ve needed 3 qt window moldings since I bought it, so I initially thought those won’t be any big deal…WRONG. I’ve been in the Collision/Restoration Industry for over 38 years, I really missed this one but, I’ll find them


#7

A Wagon! My dream. I have been looking for a wagon to play with. My 62 Skylark is almost complete and we need a new project. We should have grabbed a wagon back when we occasionally ran into one! It seems they are as tough to come by as parts for the Skylark!


#8

My '83 Buick Regal Estate Wagon. 231 2-bbl. Can’t wait to put an LS3 in. Full story here.