The 2nd generation Chevelle was a big car…IS a big car, but back in the day it was considered a mid-sized…and if you wanted a BIG wagon you got the full-sized Kingswood Estate. And while those old full-sized beasts have all but disappeared from the road, the mid-sized cars have lingered longer and you can find survivors floating around dry states. Find this 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Wagon offered for $17,900 in Hesperia, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
The Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser was the corporate twin to the Buick SportWagon and part of GM’s A-body platform that included the Buick Special, Olds Cutlass, Pontiac Grand Prix, Pontiac Tempest, and Chevrolet Chevelle. Imagine GM running a sedan platform with seven different variants in today’s environment? Hah! Anyway, this next Vista Cruiser is not a bad looking piece of automotive architecture, looks well equipped (power brakes, power steering, AC, etc) and is a personal favorite of a few of the DT gearheads. Find this 1965 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser offered for $17,500 in Mesa, AZ via craiglist. Get some spare vitsa roof glass pieces in Pueblo when you pick up the car — you won’t find those at your local safelite franchise. Tip from Rock On!
It might not be the preferred Buick Sportwagon version, but this A-Body Vista Cruiser has the awesome skylight windows and all of the classic style you’ll ever need for a weekend family classic. Find this 1965 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser offered for $16,000 in Detroit, MI via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck. From the seller: 1965 Olds Vista […]
Oldsmobile never made a two door wagon ever so today’s feature is a bit of a mystery. In 1981, Oldsmobile did offer a four door wagon. However, this wagon has a number of unique features that add up to a more questions than answers as to what and how this beast came to be. You […]