Vote 2020 graphic
Everything you need to know about and expect during
the most important election of our lifetimes

Celebrating 450 Old Vehicles Down On The Alameda Street: The Wagons

Illustration for article titled Celebrating 450 Old Vehicles Down On The Alameda Street: The Wagons

We've hit another milestone, with 450 interesting street-parked vehicles in the Down On The Street series. That means it's time to have our customary DOTS roundup, but we're doing it a bit differently this time.

Advertisement

Rather than doing what we've done in the past and showing hyperlinked photos of all 450 vehicles in one great big post, we're going to see them in a series of posts over the next few weeks, grouped by type. While some might point out-correctly-that the Gawker Server Hamsters' inability to cope with more than a ridiculously small totally reasonable total number of characters in a post's HTML code is the driving force behind the new arrangement, we like to think that it'll be better this way. First up: the Station Wagons Of Alameda!

Advertisement

Share This Story

Get our newsletter

DISCUSSION

parkrndl
parkrndl is enjoying his midlife crisis

i vote that if a reasonably experienced-looking (read: well-beaten) '91-'96 B-body wagon shows up in Alameda, that it should be allowed in DOTS even though it's so new... especially if it's a Buick or Olds (REALLY especially the Olds, don't see many of those...)