Ford Station Wagons: 1929-1991 Photo History

Ford Station Wagons: 1929-1991 Photo History

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By Paul G. McLaughlin

The first station wagons were built to carry rail passengers and their luggage to and from the station and were called "depot hacks." By the 1950s, station wagons had become a common feature of suburban living. From the Model T to the Pinto Cruising Wagon, this book chronicles Ford’s entries in this field. Included is a model history for each year with available options, production figures, and more. A must-have for all Ford station wagon fans.

Paperback, 120 pages

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