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Discussion in 'Station Wagons in the Movies and other Media' started by wagonmaster, Dec 2, 2007.
Not a movie but I still like this one.
A '57 Opel wagon featuring a power tailgate:
Among others, a small Volvo Made in Holland what they judge to be a wagon, at the auto show. I had the predecessor and it was a nice comfortable car. This one is claimed to be a wagon. See for youselves:
Besides a couple wagons, featured is a 1941 WW2 amphibian, accompanied by its inventor:
Why do 3rd Reich military vehicles all have a predatory stare designed in?:
It's medication time again, folks. Back then, test drivers wore hats:
Featured, besides wagons, is an Opel prototype which should have been put into production. It was based on the Chevy small block V-8 Opel Admiral:
Plenty of longroofs some here would consider wagons and have posted so:
No doubt wagons:
Before he Swiss drilled the tunnel between basically northern and southern Europe. Plenty of Dauphines, wagons, American cars and vintage buses:
A wagon, at the very end:
I never knew Opel once had a plant in Switzerland. The narrator tells about the longevity drivetrains and chassis had, while bodies showed substantial damage, after only one winter and that it didn't take long until these cars ended up getting scrapped, because of it:
Did you know that you could start a Soviet Lada with a crank?:
Unbelievable wagon and other vintage finds:
A Borgward getting a bath, what looks like a '57 Ford, an Autobianchi, among others. Plenty, here: