1971 Chevrolet Concours Station WagonS

Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Here's a very original, possibly even original-owner-driven Chevelle wagon.

1971 Chevrolet Concours Station WagonS

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1971 Chevrolet Concours Station WagonS

This is a type of vehicle that was once as common as the minivan is today: the midsize station wagon. The Concours was one of the lower-level trim levels for the ubiquitous-in-its-day Chevelle station wagon.

1971 Chevrolet Concours Station WagonS

This one has the 350-cubic-inch small-block Chevrolet engine, the favored engine of Camaro hoons the world over. Of course, this wagon may well be on its 7th small-block by now, but odds are it still has the original 350.

1971 Chevrolet Concours Station WagonS

1971 Chevrolet Concours Station WagonS

1971 Chevrolet Concours Station WagonS

1971 Chevrolet Concours Station WagonS


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