More to explore:
Ford Fairmont Squire, this car was marketed as a family car in the early 1980s.
1979 ford fairmont wagon - Oh, yes, leased one of these for kids to drive, and go camping.
1979 Ford Fairmont Squire Station Wagon
Tailgating. "A 1958 Rambler station wagon — parked in the dappled sunlight, among the falling leaves — helps set the mood by creating an all-American tableau." Via Country Living Magazine
Mariah Gardner [education coordinator, SF Maritime Nation Park Association] with her 1973 Jeep Wagoneer - David Franklin
The Volkswagen Station Wagon: Bigger than the biggest, smaller than the smallest - VW T1 Bus / Van
1975 Ford LTD Country Squire, Gran Torino Squire and Pinto Squire Wagons - my mom had a pinto!
This very similar to the Ford station wagon I recall my mother driving when I was a young child. Unfortunately it lasted so long, it was also the vehicle I learned to drive in...talk about embarrassing.
The green machine! No car seats then and pennies in the buckles.
vintage jeep station wagon
Plymouth Station wagon
Ford Station Wagon Automobile Original 1977 Vintage Print Ad Color Photo Red LTD Country Squire Car on Etsy, $9.99
1970 Ford Country Squire History: A descendant of Ford’s iconic woody wagon, this vinyl-sided version—made from 1951 to ’91—grew longer and lower over time.
The brilliant Volkswagen advertising from the Mad Men-era
i love everything about this, especially the dog in the drivers seat...