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Discussion in 'Station Wagons in the Movies and other Media' started by wagonmaster, Dec 2, 2007.
Both and more, here:
A '79 Caprice getting fixed up. But, not fully restored
A '54 Ford V-8 wagon and maybe the real Elvis Continental Mark II
Best silent film recently viewed:
Not about a wagon. But, everything takes place outdoors. There are plenty of wagons to see:
That was a great movie, plus a lot of neat St.Louis sites and cars.
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:
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.
Another victim of the pants that ate Fred Mertz syndrome
The leading actor stocked was even more expensive. He could croon, though. IMHO, much better than Frankie Boy (who I could never stand)