4 edition of The station wagon, its saga and development found in the catalog.
The station wagon, its saga and development
|LC Classifications||TL23 .B67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||75329430|
According to McCausland’s book summary, “General Motors wanted to revolutionize transit bus design after having success with its New Look Bus through the s. Being protagonists for progress, GM’s engineers worked to push the envelope from a design and engineering perspective, and the resulting RTX (Rapid Transit Experimental) was. There are seen-everyday cars, rare cars, and then there's this Corvair Monza station wagon. Under the Corvair model-and-nomenclature realignment for , the four-door station wagon lost the Lakewood name, and became available in Monza trim. It lasted only .
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According to Byron Olsen’s book, Station Wagons, the ultimate vacation vehicle is a uniquely American automotive design development with. Cumberford was a designer and journalist at Car and Driver magazine, so the world first saw the Mustang station wagon on the cover of the October issue of Car and were some vague.
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s and 60s. InPlymouth discontinued their woodie station wagon. Buick's Super Estate Wagon and Roadmaster Estate Wagon were the last production American station wagons to retain real wood construction. Other marques by then were touting the advantages of "all-steel" construction to the buying public.
Byonly Ford, Mercury, joined in by Chrysler offered a. The third-generation Ford Taurus is an automobile that was manufactured by Ford from to The third generation of Ford Taurus was the first to be completely redesigned from the ground up, and used a rounded, oval-derived design that was very controversial at the time, considered to be the main reason for this model's downfall in the market.
It was designed to appeal to buyers of the. Production was: 1, four-door sedans and 6, station wagons, for a total of 8, units. The Eagles were now built in AMC's Brampton Assembly in Canada alongside AMC's new Jeep Wrangler.
Though AMC debuted its new fuel-injected cu in ( L) I6 engine forthe new engine did not make it under the venerable Eagle's hood. The. Ironically, the Jeep Wagon led to the development of all-steel station wagons, which became the more “family-oriented” vehicle for the next three decades.
Willys Jeepster (Jeep Wagon) The SUV did not make a large impact in consumer purchases until American Motors bought the Jeep brand and brought it to the United States in The practice came to define the station wagon body style, w hich Byron Olsen, author of the book “Station Wagons,” argues is a uniquely American design development.
By the early s, though, like the station wagon body style that had popularized fake wood trim, fake wood trim was losing popularity.
U.S. customers drove off inbrand spanking new station wagons last year, 29 percent more than they did five years earlier, according to new data from.
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Station wagons are obvious choice for disgruntled SUV owners trying to sell their gas-guzzling vehicles, but who still need room; large wagon has similar capacity of mid-sized SUV; today's wagons.