Hey y'all: We all go back to music, art, the sports teams and the cars of our youth. We love it all or hate it all. Well, when I was four, my parents got a new '71 Chevrolet Kingswood wagon in period-Earthtone brown. Bought off the lot at Rupp Chevrolet on Long Island, NY. We did a few long trips in it, one up to Canada for fishing and I remember my mom - yes, mom, not dad - running it up to an indicated 100 mph on some flat, straight, otherwise-boring Canadian highway. We had that wagon for only a couple years when the 400 small-block blew itself to smithereens merging/accelerating onto one of the short parkway onramps Long Island is famous for. (Dad was driving at the time, but maybe mom did the hard work on it up in Canada?) We replaced it with a new '74 Malibu Classic wagon, which I always thought sucked. I've always been a huge wagon fan and I'm now looking for a "clamshell" to revive some memories of youth, but also to replace my current land barge, a Ford Expedition. (I call it the "Expe-zipcode.") I'd like my two sons (now 7 and 10 yrs old) to know the fun of rolling around in the way back (until the cops pull me over) or sitting in the rear-facing third seat waving and gesturing to followers on the highway. Any clamshell is great, but I really like the '71-'72 Chevys, the '71-'74 Oldses and the Buicks. For some reason, I never warmed to the Pontiac equivalents and since this is highly discretionary purchase, I'm only going to get what I want. After all, we're not talking about a $35 million Ferrari 250GTO. Ping me if you have one, if you have leads or if you just have stories. Thanks!