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Discussion in 'Station Wagon Articles' started by Erik Boattail, May 11, 2010.
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What a story! And the pics are outstanding.
Oh yes! What a story. It reads like a book
and it is hard to stop reading it!
Thanks for posting Erik!
Rich Truesdell, the author, is a member here. Lives in SoCal. He writes for a number of on-line and printed publications.
What publication was this article printed in, Erik?
Wonderfully enjoyable article, Erik. Thanks for finding it and posting.
Issue #203 (March 2008) of UK based Classic American magazine
Thanks. Great article. Our neighbors in Northern Ca. had a 1969 Colony Park. It was about 5 years old, and immaculate, particularly when compared to our well used 1969 Country Squire. With all due respect to clam shell admirers, that Mercury was the fastest, tightest and quietest station wagon I've ever been in. Interestingly enough, it had a higher (yes) level of trim than the wagon in the article. Also had a vinyl roof (factory). Thanks again. Great article, one of the most beautiful wagons ever made IMHO.
PJ (Joe) Walsh