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    Default Wagon Wheels - station wagon owners

    I have always been a fan of non-domestic station wagons (I don't know why), so I'm interested in finding out who else minutely shares this strange interest. Who here owns/drives a wagon? Submit links of any sort or post pictures of your family hauler.

    Here's a site that I came across a while ago: a.w.c.

    Pictures of my other ride:

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    I have also fallen in love with wagons over the past year or so...specifically MK4 Jettas...with some simple mods you can have a really nice looking car People might think you're weird for having a wagon but who cares what they think




    And some more pics that I can't direct link:
    http://www.pifiu.com/vortex/uploads/...c/IMG_0190.JPG
    http://www.pifiu.com/vortex/uploads/...c/IMG_0381.jpg

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    I drive a protogay 5...

    my friend drives a camry wagon just like that one. 4 cyl though..

    wagons rule

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    Notice what's missing from this wagon?
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    me!

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    My family has one of these. In the summer you might see it rolling around on a set of OZ F1cup rims haha
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    Originally posted by gpomp
    roof racks!
    Yup! Not sure if it looks better with or without the rails.
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    Cool....I didn't think I'd get this many responses so quick. As far as the V6 goes, I wouldn't have bought it if it was a 4cyl. I was orginally in the market for an Accord wagon, but couldn't find one that was in the right price range and condition that I wanted. Along came this V6 with low mileage and right price so I thought I'd give it a try. I kind of regret that I didn't wait for the right Accord to come around though. There's not much, if any at all, aftermarket stuff for Camry's yet alone wagons. I'd be happy just to find lowering springs and maybe a set of wheels.

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    I just bought this 88 740 turbo wagon for my winter beater,



    I think I'm going to cut the springs this weekend. I dont' feel like spending $300 on springs for a $500 car. This was my inspiration:

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    Originally posted by freakin
    I just bought this 88 740 turbo wagon for my winter beater,



    I think I'm going to cut the springs this weekend. I dont' feel like spending $300 on springs for a $500 car. This was my inspiration:
    AWSOME, i love volvo's of that generation


    wagon's and sedan's are awsome for utility and can make quite the sporty ride as well.
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    I love wagons... Hell one of my dream cars is an S4 wagon. I dont know what it is about them, but they are awesome. I have a feeling my next car may be a wagon.

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    That VW look sic sans the rack Five, definatly better without.

    Its time to replace the ol' ladys car (trans going out)
    and I'm seriously considering a wagon, she wants an essyouvee
    but I cant stand 'em.

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    dad bought a saab 92-x a couple month ago

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    92 accord wagon here.
    love it

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    1993 Escort wagon. Ugly but pimp

    Moms will love you. Rawr.


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    Originally posted by finboy


    AWSOME, i love volvo's of that generation


    wagon's and sedan's are awsome for utility and can make quite the sporty ride as well.
    That's why I bought this one. It's got a lot of potential. Once I get my Teg back on the road, I'm going to play around with this wagon. Check this place out if you like the Volvo's:
    http://www.turbobricks.com/

    It looks like most of the people that build these cars manufacture a lot of their own parts. None of this bullshit like $1,200 for mass produced Honda cams. My personal favorite is the dual sway bar idea:
    http://forums.turbobricks.com/showth...=dual+sway+bar


    I'll take some more pics once I drop it this weekend.

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    Originally posted by freakin




    I'll take some more pics once I drop it this weekend.
    hahahaha, so ghetto, i love it.

    how common were lsd's in those cars?
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    HAWT.

    Some wagons look awesome, I'd rather have one over a minivan anyday. That MK4 jetta wagon is probably what I'd get. When you say you like station wagons people usually give you that funny look lol.
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