Tuesday, March 18, 2014

1970 Buick Estate Wagon

In 1970, Buick introduced the Estate Wagon, their first full-size station wagon since 1964. However, the Lesabre-based model would only stick around for one year before being redesigned and beccoming even bigger for 1971. Of course, as Buick's luxury wagon, it was treated to four ventiports, and fake wood was an option. This car, however, has an even rarer vinyl roof instead of the wood, which looks great on the Buick rally wheels.

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