No it is a station wagon.No it is a station wagon.
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle station wagon
The average station wagon costs about 5 thousand dollars. This is because the average station wagon is used and is not in the best condition.
Of a 2001mazda platinum station wagon
You'd be thinking of a Volvo station wagon.
the difference is that the station wagon has a bigger room for the boot and it is long while the hatch back is a smaller version of the station wagon please subscribe
The first thing depending on the model is that you can call it a Sport Wagon instead of a station wagon, specially the 850 series, the model R....
It is the nickname for the 1946 Willys Jeep Station Wagon. It wasthe first mass-market all-steel station wagon designed and built as a passenger vehicle.
A Chevrolet Caprice station wagon can be found by checking local car trading advertisement listings, websites include: eBay, Trovit, Oodle and Station Wagon Forums.
this is a simple question to answers. thank me for the asking. station wagon must usually have best of the stealing capibalitees. you can kill the a owner' kill the a station wagon' until it is mercedes. mercedes was good. you must be opening the door' or breaking the window, the take a the game. others weyes/ take the station wagon. thanks for help *&(*luke*)&*
i would like to know how many people fit in a vauxhall astra station wagon
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It was a 1959 Plymouth Suburban station wagon.
That is the correct spelling of "wagon" (wheeled cart; auto model station wagon, UK estate car).
The first wood panel station wagon was the 1910 Ford Model T. It was the first sar and considered the first station wagon because it was able to take big amounts of luggage from the mines.
Generally, it is believe the first station wagon was created in America, in one of Ford's countless Ford Model T chassis, though around 1910 it was very common for other auto manufacturers to purchase Ford's chassis and build a station wagon body on it. The very first station wagon was made in America called the Ford Model A in 1929. Ford was the first manufacturer to produce as well as fully assemble a station wagon for sale in 1937. Later Pontiac followed suit.
A station wagon in England is called an Estate car.
My 86' Subaru GL wagon has 217,900 miles on it and is still running strong!