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  • Marcello Pedalino

    Sitting backwards in the station wagon// My baby-sitter had a station wagon so her 3 kids, plus me and my sister packed into to one of these without the fancy car seats or even seat belts... One of the most memorable road trips was going to see Star Wars... ahh, the good ol' days. :) -mp

  • Gina

    Sitting backwards in the station wagon - childhood memories.

  • Heather Davis

    Sitting backwards in the station wagon~ my mom always had a stationwagon

  • Essie Taylor

    Sitting backwards in the station wagon.. remember this?

  • jay gates

    we even had the wood trim!

  • Patricia Boucher

    Sitting backwards in the station wagon with no seat belts whatsoever! I loved this car growing up.

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