They are getting old; people do replace cars. I hadn't noticed any preponderance of wagons (here in Pennsylvania) but I do see a lot of cars for sale with major work needed. Commonly, when they just can't wait on the timing belt anymore.
It's not much simplier than that. If you truely see a higher proportion of wagons now being offered, perhaps they stayed in circulation longer than the sedans, being more versitile. Wagons are great, but eventually all good things come to an end, unless you maintain it with the help of PassatWorld.They are getting old; people do replace cars.
Every big motor mastodon station wagon was for sale due to the gas crisis . My moms 74 LTD wagon sat 12 !!In 1976 Nadia got the first perfect 10 in the history of Gymnastics (Montreal Olympics). What else happened then?
So you think that was cool...my mom had an Olds Vista Cruiser!My moms 74 LTD wagon sat 12 !!
I had the Vista Cruiser's sportier cousin, the Pontiac Grand Safari. 454 cu in, 9 MPG... those were the days.So you think that was cool...my mom had an Olds Vista Cruiser!
Holy cow!I had the Vista Cruiser's sportier cousin, the Pontiac Grand Safari. 454 cu in, 9 MPG... those were the days.
Three speed automatic, as Steve says. Also as mentioned, who cared what the mileage was? Gas was 30¢ a gallon. Ooops, 35¢ - the Pontiac took premium.Now that's a sour gas mileage. Was it a three speed gearbox?