Hello everyone. Nice site! I live in Kansas in the USA, but I grew up in Upstate New York and have lived in Florida and North Carolina. As I was growing up, my mother had a 1957 Plymouth wagon (I don't know the model), and my father had a 1960 Chevy Brookwood. My college roommate had a new red 1974 Ford Pinto Squire, and I always liked it. So starting my senior year, my first wife and I (we had just married) bought one almost just like it. The only differences were his had a 4-spd. and ours was automatic, and his seats had houndstooth cloth inserts and ours were solid black vinyl. We lived in the same apartment building, so it got confusing with both parked out front. My first wife had two other wagons, a 1987 Honda Civic 5-spd. she bought new, followed by a 1986 Dodge Colt Vista 7-seater that worked better for her growing daycare business. I remarried 5 years ago, and my wife came equipped with a 1984 Chevy Caprice Estate woody. It's about beat to death now and she rtequires something better. I belong to a club for owners of 94-96 Impala SS and other 91-96 GM B-bodies, and one of our members was selling his 1992 Buick Roadmaster Estate, so we bought it. It has 197,000 miles but you would never know it. He included a spare set of leather seats, but they're not needed yet. I was looking for a daily driver so I could put fewer miles on my Impala, and after driving my wife's Roadmaster I decided I had to have one of my own. So I just bought a 1994 Roadmaster Estate with 137,000 miles and still in very nice condition. It has the same Corvette-derived LT1 engine as my Impala SS and has the tow package, so the 2.93 gears are similar to my 3.08. (Standard gears on the wagon are 2.56). I will pick it up in August. I know other Impala SS owners who bought a Caprice or Roadmaster wagon and ended up liking it more than the SS. I wonder if that will happen to me? Hmmmm... I could buy a REALLY nice Roadmaster for what my SS would bring.... I will post some pictures soon.