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A station wagon, also called an estate car, estate or wagon, is a car body style which has a two-box design, a large cargo area and a rear tailgate that is hinged at roof level.The body style is similar to hatchbacks, however a station wagons are longer and are more likely to have the roofline extended to the rear of the car (resulting in a vertical surface at the rear) to maximize the cargo ...
Up for grabs is one 1964 Dodge 330 Station Wagon. This wagon runs and drives great and has a ton of work and new parts in it. Well if your in the market for a cool B-body Station Wagon here it is.
The Dodge Custom 880 is an automobile that was marketed by Dodge from 1962 through the end of the 1965 model year.It was to fill Dodge's product offer in the mid-price full-size market segment, as well as to help fill the void in Chrysler's lineup left by the discontinuation of DeSoto in 1961.
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2 owner 1971 Plymouth Fury Custom Suburban Station Wagon with only 14,125 original miles. Car is brown with a brown interior and is in excellent original
Used Colt Classifieds: Wagon, Hatchback, Vista & Turbo. Welcome to Dodge-Colt.com! The Dodge Colt is a nameplate for a highly popular and long running subcompact car made by Mitsubishi Motors from the early 70s to 90s.
Road Signature New 1:18 SCOLLECTION - Burgundy 1955 Willys Jeep Station Wagon Diecast Model Car
Introduction to the 1946-48 Dodge Power Wagon. In early 1946, Dodge announced an addition to its lineup as "the truck that needs no roads." The truck in question was the 1946-1968 Dodge Power Wagon, model WDX, a new multipurpose vehicle born from Dodge's experience building four-wheel-drive trucks for American and allied military forces in World War II.