Like any upstanding human, you’ve been wanting a Porsche station wagon for pretty much as long as you can remember. That’s healthy. Happily, Porsche now actually has one, and even if you don’t have the large piles of money needed to own one, you can build a virtual one and pretend for a few moments before the sobbing…
There’s an awful lot of ways to configure that box of metal that surrounds you and an engine, and there’s an awful lot of names for the various shapes that box takes. Why don’t you join me and my whiteboard in an interactive wondersploration of car body types and what we should call them? It’ll be freaking magical.
If you like to haul two important things, lumber and ass, boy is today a good day for you. That’s because Porsche has confirmed that there will, in fact, be a wagon variant of their next-gen Panamera, and that wagon variant will be sold in the US. We’ll just have to wait a little bit.
The first Subaru GL wagons came out in 1972, and like most Japanese cars of the era, they were light, tough, and usually rusted to pieces before they'd seen the end of two decades. So it's pretty hard to find first, and even second generation GLs still on the road.
Blame it on our love of all things station wagon, but after stumbling across this custom Cadillac station wagon we couldn't stop thinking about the wagons that should have been.
Cadillac didn't make a station wagon in 1985, but if this coachbuilt example is any indication we think they should have. There's no shortage of custom station wagons built from cars that never left the factory with a long roof option, but few end up looking as good as this Fleetwood Station Wagon currently on Ebay.
Judging from his garage, Duane Schaffer likes his vintage vehicles from The Land of the Rising Sun a certain way—slightly odd and extremely low.
It's far from the most attractive station wagon ever made, but to us that's a large part of the malaise quirk and charm of the 1977 Chrysler Lebaron Town & Country. Just don't tell the ultra serious Chrysler spokesman also featured in this vintage commercial.
Volkswagen was pleased to announce in 1973 that you no longer had to worry about the reason you hadn't yet bought one of their "station wagons".
Everyone knows the best way to kill vampires is with a wooden stake through the heart. It appears from these pictures someone in Russia decided for some reason this station wagon should meet a similar fate
Considering the last new 1967 Chevrolet Impala rolled off the assembly line 45 years ago, we'd say this original wagon that's traveled a mere 31,000 miles is about as close as you can get to factory fresh.
Last month we showed you a stretched 1959 Suburban that we believed had started life as an airport limo even though we didn't have any documented history on the truck. Although we know exactly who built this eight door 1967 Pontiac Catalina—an airport limo company named Stageway—we still have no idea exactly how to…
What do you do when the trusty 5 cylinder diesel in your 1981 Mercedes 300TD finally requires a replacement? While most people would probably find another Mercedes diesel and enjoy several hundred thousand more miles of relatively trouble free driving, the builder of this unique Benz had an entirely different idea.
The fact this 1969 Ford Galaxie wagon is a two owner original that is still wearing the original coat of "New Lime" paint it left the factory with is enough to make it a somewhat rare survivor. Although this Galaxies original condition makes the car interesting, what lies beneath the hood makes it even cooler for the…
It wasn't ever designed to be more than a disposable people hauler, and the 1959 Oldsmobile is rarely included in a conversation of the most attractive designs the late 50s had to offer. Even so, to us it's hard to imagine anyone would argue that this 1959 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Fiesta station wagon, wearing the same…
The idea of using an SUV as a family car was still a fairly novel concept back in 1979. That didn't stop Jeep from singing the praises of their station wagon alternative Cherokee and it's family hauling ability. While conventional two wheel drive station wagons didn't have a chance of making it through squishy roads…