Speaking of ruling supreme over the suburbs, meet "The Suburban", a 1962 Plymouth Savoy owned by Gary White of Ionia, Michigan, and built by Marquette Classics.
Many of the original station wagons were woodies. Here they receive a tribute in the form of this sharp 1952 Chevrolet Woody Wagon owned by Bill Harris of Brighton, Michigan.
This fabulous green 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle wagon is owned by Jeff Betz of Clinton Township, Michigan.
This 1948 Ford Custom Woody is the subtly named "Viagra: It's a Woody!" owned by Bob and Donna Petrusha of Ortonville, Michigan. It started its life as a four-door wagon but was converted to a custom woody wagon with two suicide doors, hand-built panels all around, a chopped top, leather interior, air-ride suspension, and a double-overhead cam 4.6-liter Ford engine.
Down in the AutoRama Extreme displays in the basement I found this great-looking 1964 Chrysler Newport Custom Wagon owned by Dave Marchioni of Detroit.
Also in the basement we have this 1957 Ford Wagon owned by Rob Gabrjolek of Fleetwood, Pennsylvania. Its eye-catching orange-flake metallic paint looked great under the basement lights. I can only imagine what it looks like in the sun.
Indeed. We shall meet its fully rodentia-motive friends tomorrow.