Skip to main content
  • Daily Deals
  • Sell
  • Customer Support

Promoted item:Ford : Other CUSTOMLINE STATION WAGON


    • 37 watching
  • Condition
  • Used
  • Time left
  • 19h 6m
  • Sold by
  • 100% Positive Feedback

Items in search results

  • 98 watching
16h 31m left
54 bids
  • 44 watching
2h 20m left
Buy It Now
or Best Offer
  • 59 watching
1d 3h 1m left
1 bid
  • 97 watching
23h 52m left
Buy It Now
or Best Offer
  • 58 watching
1d 14h 8m left
2 bids
  • 18 watching
1d 14h 10m left
2 bids
Buy It Now
  • 78 watching
17h 45m left
Buy It Now
or Best Offer
  • 83 watching
1d 20h 44m left
33 bids
  • 28 watching
2d 12h 54m left
20 bids
Buy It Now
  • 19 watching
2d 13h 7m left
22 bids
Buy It Now
  • 21 watching
8d 6h 8m left
Buy It Now
or Best Offer
  • 24 watching
2d 23h 45m left
6 bids
  • 122 watching
3d 0h 39m left
17 bids
  • 64 watching
1d 15h 27m left
Buy It Now
  • 73 watching
3d 13h 49m left
14 bids
  • 102 watching
3d 14h 57m left
25 bids
6d 20h 59m left
Buy It Now
or Best Offer
  • 50 watching
4d 0h 10m left
11 bids
Buy It Now
  • 26 watching
4d 1h 8m left
0 bids
  • 13 watching
4d 1h 23m left
0 bids
Buy It Now
  • 147 watching
1d 22h 28m left
Buy It Now
or Best Offer
  • 74 watching
4d 1h 29m left
22 bids
  • 35 watching
4d 1h 44m left
12 bids
3d 0h 35m left
Buy It Now
or Best Offer
  • 166 watching
4d 1h 54m left
19 bids
  • 154 watching
4d 17h 45m left
16 bids
6d 23h 40m left
Buy It Now
or Best Offer
  • 78 watching
4d 18h 22m left
8 bids
  • 38 watching
5d 0h 22m left
0 bids
Buy It Now

About Wagon

The station wagon enjoyed its heyday in the United States in the late 1950s and 1960s. During this golden era, most major manufacturers produced a number of body styles and vehicles, including four-door and two-door wagons. Curiously, before the 1950s, station wagons were primarily employed as commercial utility vehicles, since they were constructed on top of truck platforms.Station wagons are distinguished from other cars by their passenger cabin heights. The typical sedan style station wagon extends its passenger cabin back to the rear of the vehicle, which made the car perfect for family vacations and touring the countryside. This design is very different from the design of the hatchback car, which features an independent trunk space. Some popular station wagons from the 1960s include the Mercury Commuter II and the Ford Escort MK III. Most Japanese manufacturers 'missed the boat' on the American station wagon phenomenon. However, Nissan released a wagon called the Avenir, and Toyota later came out with the 1979 Corolla Wagon. These vehicles were typically aimed at the suburban consumer market. They sold well primarily because they offered lots of room, extra safety features, and customizations like rear seat reconfiguration.In the 1980s, station wagons faded in popularity as minivans, otherwise known as MVNs, enchanted suburban drivers. Minivans offered more possible configurations and a lot more room. Whereas station wagons were certainly 'cars,' minivans were almost small trucks. The 'minivan phase' eventually ended, as well, and these vehicles were replaced by the big dynamic sport utility vehicles of the 1990s and 2000s. For those who still prefer the style of the old-fashioned station or sport wagon, however, many used models can be found for sale,