Think station wagons aren’t hot? Take a look at these station wagons we posted 6-8 years ago that are worth a lot more now.
1960 Mercury Commuter: This ‘Summer Rose’ hardtop sold for $8,610 in 2009. Easily worth twice that now.
1962 Ford Country Squire: Mostly original California car with just 28,000 miles. Sold for $19,000 in 2011, this is probably a 22-25K car now.
1969 Ford Country Sedan: Sleeper wagon with 429V8 that was available on Hemmings in 2011 for the bargain price of $5,950.
1960 Buick LeSabre: You just don’t see these and when you do they’re asking big bucks. This beauty sold for just $12,000 in 2011.
1977 AMC Pacer: Sold in 2011 for just $4,300 when Pacers and Station Wagons were a lot cheaper.
1964 Chrysler Newport: This hardtop wagon with a a very rare 3 speed manual floor shift was available for just $7,995 in 2011.
1957 Ford Country Squire: Sold for $23,200 in 2012 this beautiful Country Squire is easily worth over 30K now.
1961 Chevrolet Impala Nomad: Sold at no reserve for $17,600 in 2012, i have a feeling it would sell for quite a bit more in 2017.
1971 Plymouth Fury: 1971 was great year for the Fury styling and the wagons are just as nice. This 14,125 mile Fury sold for the bargain price of just $8,000.
1960 Chevrolet Nomad: Sold at no reserve in 2012 for $17,880 this 348 equipped Chevy was a great buy.
1958 Plymouth Custom Suburban: Fully restored and beautiful, this finned Mopar sold for $18,900 in 2012.
1963 Buick Special Deluxe: This spectacular and very rare 1963 Buick Special was for sale in 2012 for just $9,950. You just don’t see these anywhere!