Forums > Off-Topic Discussion > Corvette station-wagon!!!...Actually looks Kool!!!

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Jay Strange

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Tampa, Florida, US

http://autos.yahoo.com/blogs/motoramic/ … 25558.html

Still not very roomy but...the lines are good!

Mar 18 13 08:33 pm Link

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SayCheeZ!

Posts: 18024

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

It's been done a few times before (I considered buying one in the 80's), but the newest version is cool lookin' for sure!

http://www.sheldonaubut.com/vettewagon/hammock/hammock_1.jpg

http://www.oocities.org/motorcity/downs/3000/67wagonf.jpg

http://bringatrailer.com/wp-content/plugins/PostviaEmail/images/1954_Chevrolet_Corvette_Motorama_Nomad_Station_Wagon_For_Sale_Rear_resize.jpg

Mar 18 13 08:44 pm Link

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Good Egg Productions

Posts: 15718

Orlando, Florida, US

So this is for the 61 year old twice divorced executive who wants to pick up co-ed gold diggers AND 4x4 posts from Home Depot to build a fence?

I don't understand.  For $15,000, why not get a 2004 Ford F-150?  Leave the StingRay alone!

Mar 18 13 08:46 pm Link

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Orca Bay Images

Posts: 32234

Woodinville, Washington, US

Jay Strange wrote:
http://autos.yahoo.com/blogs/motoramic/ … 25558.html

Still not very roomy but...the lines are good!

Surprisingly sleek!

Mar 18 13 09:42 pm Link

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Mortonovich

Posts: 5554

San Diego, California, US

Jay Strange wrote:
http://autos.yahoo.com/blogs/motoramic/ … 25558.html

Still not very roomy but...the lines are good!

I think it looks REALLY cool!!!

Mar 18 13 09:46 pm Link

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Vintagevista

Posts: 11050

Sun City, California, US

If I win the lotto - I'd buy  - - - ummmmmm

Several smile

Mar 18 13 10:44 pm Link

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Emil T

Posts: 299

Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Mar 19 13 01:09 am Link

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Robb Mann

Posts: 10671

Baltimore, Maryland, US

Shooting Brakes! Love me a good Two-door wagon. BMW M Coupe of the early 2000's was the last one actually built. Many good mustang concepts out there too.

Mar 19 13 03:09 am Link

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Caradoc

Posts: 19751

Scottsdale, Arizona, US

I prefer the Jag hearse:

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-p6jWQGF-5jE/UEprhkD5uoI/AAAAAAAABec/OAr_lnuXoCs/s1600/Harold&MuadeETYPEHearse.png

Mar 19 13 06:00 am Link

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Bob Helm Photography

Posts: 18213

Cherry Hill, New Jersey, US

Good Egg Productions wrote:
So this is for the 61 year old twice divorced executive who wants to pick up co-ed gold diggers AND 4x4 posts from Home Depot to build a fence?

I don't understand.  For $15,000, why not get a 2004 Ford F-150?  Leave the StingRay alone!

Are the co-ed for fence building or after? wink

Mar 19 13 06:04 am Link

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billy badfinger

Posts: 830

Tampa, Florida, US

Was that Ferrari a production model?

Mar 19 13 06:31 am Link

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sospix

Posts: 21390

Orlando, Florida, US

Ol' Yellar is NOT amused  .  .  .  wink  Ifin ya wanta station wagon, buy a danged station wagon  .  .  .

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/110311/07/4d7a4127d4193_m.jpg

.  .  .  Vettes is fer two people, well maybe six if yer REALLY drunk, and havin' a good time  .  .  .  wink

SOS

Mar 19 13 09:16 am Link

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-Nicole-

Posts: 19209

Madison, Wisconsin, US

That looks ridiculous lol

Mar 19 13 09:45 am Link

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ernst tischler

Posts: 15198

Cut and Shoot, Texas, US

Just say NO!

Mar 19 13 09:54 am Link

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Frank Lewis Photography

Posts: 12637

Winter Park, Florida, US

How about a Mustang grocery-getter?

http://www.autoguide.com/gallery/gallery.php/d/503644-2/1965-ford-mustang-wagon-1.JPG

I think the concepts are cool, it's just that they probably wouldn't sell to a broad market.

Mar 19 13 10:48 am Link

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sospix

Posts: 21390

Orlando, Florida, US

Frank Lewis Photography wrote:
How about a Mustang grocery-getter?

http://www.autoguide.com/gallery/gallery.php/d/503644-2/1965-ford-mustang-wagon-1.JPG

I think the concepts are cool, it's just that they probably wouldn't sell to a broad market.

I thought THIS were the Ford muscle car station wagon  .  .  .  wink

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-FjA7E6fJgbg/ThfZLiZhNsI/AAAAAAAABdI/PFx_H3dwWYs/s1600/FordPinto.jpg

SOS

Mar 19 13 02:56 pm Link

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billy badfinger

Posts: 830

Tampa, Florida, US

http://www.914world.com/bbs2/uploads/post-1623-1350832922.jpg

Ummm,
THIS is the ultimate "Pussy-Wagon"....smile

Mar 19 13 06:05 pm Link

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Orca Bay Images

Posts: 32234

Woodinville, Washington, US

billy badfinger wrote:
http://www.914world.com/bbs2/uploads/post-1623-1350832922.jpg

"Meet George Jetson!
Jane, his wife!
Daughter Judy!"

Mar 19 13 10:44 pm Link

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Emil T

Posts: 299

Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

billy badfinger wrote:
Was that Ferrari a production model?

Yeah, you can buy one for 200 000+ E here in Germany, I saw it on the street already smile

Mar 20 13 01:26 am Link

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Liquid Lace Studios

Posts: 198

Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

Orca Bay Images wrote:

"Meet George Jetson!
Jane, his wife!
Daughter Judy!"

You took the words right out of my mouth ... what about Astro ?

Mar 20 13 01:37 am Link

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P O T T S

Posts: 5381

Lake City, Florida, US

I would like to see wind tunnel numbers. Often those elongated lines are actually better areodynamically, bak in the 80's, Porsche produced to different tails for the 962 race car. One specifically for high speed tracks, like LeMans. It was longer and extended the lines of the car back.

Mar 20 13 02:05 am Link

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Robb Mann

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Baltimore, Maryland, US

Mar 20 13 02:15 am Link

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Wildcat Photography

Posts: 1486

Valparaiso, Indiana, US

Cool...
However...if I wanted a REAL COOL wagon...I would go for a 1958 Buick or or a 1960/1961 Chrysler Town & Country...all 4D Hardtops.

Wildcat

http://www.vintagestationwagon.com/images/58buick.jpeg
http://m7.i.pbase.com/o6/26/12626/1/75802947.NUvd3A1d.HuntingtonBeachCruisers071loDSC_8047.jpg
http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5147/5761534083_80bae25f75.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9c/Chrysler_Station_Wagon.jpg
http://www.stationwagon.com/gallery/pictures/1961_Chrysler_New_Yorker.jpg

Mar 20 13 05:39 pm Link

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Frank Lewis Photography

Posts: 12637

Winter Park, Florida, US

On the topic of Corvettes, "Corvette Summer" will be on TCM in the early, early a.m. Saturday.
http://www.impawards.com/1978/posters/corvette_summer_ver2.jpg

Mar 21 13 06:42 am Link

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ernst tischler

Posts: 15198

Cut and Shoot, Texas, US

Wildcat Photography wrote:
Cool...
However...if I wanted a REAL COOL wagon...I would go for a 1958 Buick or or a 1960/1961 Chrysler Town & Country...all 4D Hardtops.

Wildcat

http://www.vintagestationwagon.com/images/58buick.jpeg
http://m7.i.pbase.com/o6/26/12626/1/75802947.NUvd3A1d.HuntingtonBeachCruisers071loDSC_8047.jpg

1958 Buick Wagon!  Now THAT is one hell of a wagon!!!!!

Mar 21 13 10:20 am Link

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sublime LightWorks

Posts: 6065

Atlanta, Georgia, US

Remember the "stretched Vette" in the movie Mystery Men?

Super-villain’s Casanova Frankenstein (played by Geoffrey Rush) rode around in a stretched Vette.

http://www.carscoops.com/2007/06/79-cor … arred.html

Mar 21 13 12:30 pm Link

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Wildcat Photography

Posts: 1486

Valparaiso, Indiana, US

ernst tischler wrote:
1958 Buick Wagon!  Now THAT is one hell of a wagon!!!!!

Yes, I think they called the '58 Buick's back then "Rolling Jukeboxes".

Apr 01 13 12:52 pm Link

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Legacys 7

Posts: 33857

San Francisco, California, US

Apr 01 13 01:22 pm Link