older article comparing 1977 Chrysler/ford/old's station wagons

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  1. markfnc

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    Very interesting article......Longroofs Rule!
     
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    Very interesting indeed. But what about those production #'s. Ford certainly was the "wagon master" with over 90000 produced that year compared to 6100 for the Olds and 7300 for the Chrysler. More accurate a comparison, admittedly, would have to include the production numbers for the Colony Park instead of the Squire.
     
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    Also interesting in Comparison of the ‘77’s they threw in the ‘76 Olds. I too would have liked to see a mix of the Town & Country, Big Buick, and Colony Park for 1976. That would be a cool side by side.
     

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