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Here Are My Favorite Old Station Wagons for Sale on Autotrader

If you’re searching for a cool old station wagon, you’ll probably find that most have been heavily used — they were intended to be family cars, after all. But there are a few old wagons that get preserved, and today I’m showing them to you. These are five of my favorite old wagons currently listed for sale on Autotrader, all of which are special, unique and well-kept.

1992 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon

1992 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon – $13,895

This wagon is an amazing relic — a 1992 Chevrolet Caprice wagon that’s traveled just 36,000 miles from new. This era of "B-Body" General Motors wagon is just starting to become more appreciated, as it was the last truly boat-like car GM was building — and this is one of the nicest examples left. This Caprice wagon is offered by United Auto Exchange in the Chicago area for $13,895. Find a Chevrolet Caprice Wagon for sale

1986 Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country Wagon

1986 Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country Wagon – $9,995

It’s hard to find really well-preserved 1990s wagons — but it’s especially difficult to find 1980s wagons. This 1986 Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country Wagon is just that: a Chrysler "K-Car" wagon with oodles of fake wood paneling along the sides. Virtually none of these are left in nice shape, but this one has traveled less than 60,000 miles from new — and it’s offered by The Auto Livery in Ohio for $9,995. Find a Chrysler Lebaron Wagon for sale

1991 Honda Accord Wagon

1991 Honda Accord Wagon – $11,900

If you’re looking for a really nice 1990s wagon, this might be your car. This 1991 Accord Wagon is in amazing condition, with just 33,000 miles on the odometer. It’s offered by Gold Coast Motors in the Chicago area, and it’s truly unlikely that you’ll ever find another Accord wagon like this one — so if you’re interested, you’ll want to make sure to get this Accord. It’s offered for $11,900, and it’s finished in teal with a beige interior. Find a Honda Accord Wagon for sale

1998 Saturn SW2

1998 Saturn SW2 – $4,980

The original Saturn was offered in three body styles — a sedan, a coupe or a station wagon. Although this is the "second generation" model, it’s still the "Saturn," a unique product made before the brand started selling rebadged General Motors vehicle sin the early 2000s. This SW2 is in unusually nice shape, with just 52,000 miles — and it’s offered by Driven Auto Sales in the Chicago area for just $4,980. Find a Saturn SW2 for sale

1987 Toyota Tercel 4WD Wagon

1987 Toyota Tercel 4WD Wagon – $11,990

Toyota’s precursor to small SUVs like the RAV4 was this — the Tercel Wagon, which came with all-wheel drive (AWD). While most of these were used in snowy and mountainous areas to take advantage of their capabilities, this one has been well-preserved — and it’s in nice shape, with just 47,000 miles. It’s offered by New Milford Motors in Connecticut for $11,990. Find a Toyota Tercel for sale

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  1. I love wagons and this is quite the list. I can’t decide which one of these I’d covet more the ’92 Caprice wagon or the ’91 Accord wagon. I’d definitely go with the Accord if it has a manual transmission. I had a 91 Accord sedan with a 5-speed manual that I bought for $1,800 from an mechanical engineer who had taken meticulous care of the car while he’d owned it. The car had 189,000 miles on it when I bought it but it was as tight as a drum. Great car, I was very sad when family member I had lent the car to totaled it in a head on collision with a Grand Cherokee. It was another testament to the car though as all occupants of the Accord walked away without injury. 

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