Station Wagons in the Internet Movie Car Database

Discussion in 'Station Wagons in the Movies and other Media' started by wagonmaster, Dec 2, 2007.

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    Both and more, here:

     
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    A '79 Caprice getting fixed up. But, not fully restored

     
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    A '54 Ford V-8 wagon and maybe the real Elvis Continental Mark II

     
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    Best silent film recently viewed:

     
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    Not about a wagon. But, everything takes place outdoors. There are plenty of wagons to see:

     
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    That was a great movie, plus a lot of neat St.Louis sites and cars.
     
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    They've buried the entire film somewhere. The blooper is to be seen, when the camera in the blue Ford hardtop following them is in plain sight:

     
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    Reread my ‘65 Mercury wagon brochure. The optional reclining backseat $135.57. Rolling bar $69.11, stocked, $517.22. Sliding curtain option, $63.28 for manual curtains $411.77 for automatic “sliders”. Available colors white, Black, Blue, Green, or tan.
     
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    Another victim of the pants that ate Fred Mertz syndrome 48EC4086-B26B-4DCC-ABE0-FFB7A04854A7.png
     
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    The leading actor stocked was even more expensive. He could croon, though. IMHO, much better than Frankie Boy (who I could never stand)

     
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