Awesome... there's a lot of versatility in a wagon.Here are some pics of mine. This car is so nice to ride in and drive. We got the wagon because we're former hippies and would like the option of sleeping in the back when visiting national parks or on little road trips. It needs a lot of maintenance but I like to work on it.
Looking good.Here is my 04. Picked it up a few weeks ago for a song. Was running on 5 cylinders and leaking oil everywhere. So far I've replaced front wheel bearings, fuel injectors, coils, plugs, valve cover gaskets, crank seal, upper control arms, oil pressure sensor, front fender liners. Mods are ebay intake with K&N filter and honeycomb air straighteners, Short shifter, Eibach Pro-Kits, Koni sport shocks, throttle body coolant hoses removed.
Looking good man. Ten feet of lumber and the hatch closes, yes, love the wagon.Lots of great new wagon pics in here. Thanks all for continuing to post. I had to pick up some 10' lumber for a job but also had to drive the wagon instead of my work truck. You got to love the versatility of a wagon!!
I fixed it..... . . . . . . . . . ↑↑↑↑↑ that's funnyI've considered it @drfeebut haven't yet pulled the trigger. I clicked you link but didn't see one there. Did I miss it?