As most of us are aware,the toy car industry is at times not the greatest when it comes to accuracy in detail on many occasions. This is one of them. As many of you may know,I love to collect station wagon models and toys and have a fair amount of them already. In particular I favor examples of Chevrolet Nomads and Pontiac Safari wagons of the 1955-1957 variety and some of the ones I have acquired are at best,"lacking in detail and accuracy". The other day I stopped at an antique shop I don't usually frequent only because it is difficult to find them open.The owner also runs a body shop which is next door to it and spends the majority of his time there;the idea being it is much more profitable than the antique shop. Anyway I was driving by and saw it was open so I decided to stop.I could tell it was open because in what was once an entrance is the front panel of a Volkswagen Kombi with operating headlights which he turns on when he opens the shop. Upon entering I noticed it had grown quite a bit inside from the last time I was there. After making a circuit I found a box of built military models(tanks,a field gun,a trailer,and a "Schwimminvagen")that were in decent shape for $10 which I bought. Next to them was the usual box of used Hot Wheels and various other makes that were listed as four for a buck.I scrounged through the box and came up with these.One was not a wagon but an HO scale Oldsmobile Toronado made by Bachmann(I believe).The,"Mystery Wagon" was made by a company called,"Mega Blox" and the roof of it looks like it will attach to a Lego style block. So without further ado,here are my,"treasures of questionable quality". HEY! Whaddaya want for a buck?