American Station Wagons: The Golden Era 1950-1975
American Station Wagons The Golden Era 1950-1975 examines the important quarter century period when the American station wagon was a family standard and status symbol of a successful suburban lifestyle. With 100 images backed by detailed captions and supportive text, this book describes the multitude of makes and models, as well as recounting the essential role of the classic American station wagon in North American society in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Contemporary brochures, period literature, factory photos and over fifty new, unpublished color photos of restored examples help convey the importance of these historic vehicles. Also featured are images of rarer Canadian versions from American manufacturers.
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