There is no doubt that the 60s were one of the most aesthetically pleasing eras in human history. From clothing and music to technology, everything looked like it came straight from a movie. Even now, many of us enjoy having a look at vintage photos and imagining what life was like more than 50 years ago.
One of the iconic creations from 60s was the station wagon – a car that was able to fit the entire family and looked more like a limo than your ordinary car. Also, nobody had to wear seatbelts!


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Jaguarundi 2 weeks ago

The Coleman stove and percolator bring back memories. You'd certainly have to clean up after dinner before you went to bed!

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Karen Dyer 2 weeks ago

I like the dog as well

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Joe Clark 2 weeks ago

And that's the way they all became the Brady Bunch.

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Diver Driver 2 weeks ago

My dad had one as a loaner he took a bunch of friends an me for popcorn

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Jaguarundi 2 weeks ago

Not a seat-belt in sight. Look at all of us "projectile children"!

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Aunt Messy 2 weeks ago

Totally unrealistic. No one's thrown up because of motion sickness and the kids aren't killing each other.

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BusLady 2 weeks ago

They were ideal if you had a large family (7 in my family).

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BusLady 2 weeks ago

I remember when grocery stores just sold groceries.

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boredkoala 2 weeks ago

Raggedy Ann!

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Connie Martin 2 weeks ago

Was this one of the models on which you could swing the tailgate to the side OR down? I remember thinking that was like magic!

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Alib 2 weeks ago

The old Saab wagons were the best!

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Night Owl 2 weeks ago (edited)

Looks like the safety standards were really lax back then. (the baby etc.)

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diane a 2 weeks ago

Number plate says it all

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BusLady 2 weeks ago

For Heaven's sake, Dad, don't hit a bump!

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Sam Wilson 2 weeks ago

My dad still has a 68 rambler rebel with the rumble seat in the back ❤️

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M O'Connell 2 weeks ago

I hate to break it to you, this is probably an early 90s photo.

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Tony Moon 2 weeks ago

We were still doing this in the 70's

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Aunt Messy 2 weeks ago

Now that's downright sexy!

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Prot Pap 2 weeks ago

That isn’t a station wago though, it’s a pick-up truck.

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#21 Something Special: A Wartburg Camping Wagon - Made In The Gdr.

Something Special: A Wartburg Camping Wagon - Made In The Gdr.

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Constantin George-Florin 1 week ago

As a person living in a former communist country, I can state (without being afraid of making a false statement) that people in the GDR did not do a lot of "camping" trips. Despite the name, the German Democratic Republic was anything but democratic, as its people were under a twofold dictatorship: the Soviet influence and the GDR leaders (that were no more than dictators, ruling with an iron fist called the STASI). For the regular GDR citizen, buying an automobile meant applying for it, getting their name on a waiting list (even that was difficult and required being "connected"), paying for it and then waiting between 5 and 13 years for an automobile such as a Trabant or a Wartburg. The "camping Limousine" was most likely manufactured in no more than 1000 units. America had it great since the '50s, Eastern Europe... not so much.

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