Wagon Wednesday: Someone save this Volvo 1800ES

volvo p1800 for sale

The listing is short on details and the asking price is a tad too high, but this car definitely deserves a good home. That’s because it’s a one-owner 1973 Volvo 1800ES with 80,000 miles on its odometer. It most certainly needs a fair bit of work but not an insane amount. Some basic body work […]

Wagon Wednesday: The Saab 900 Kombi

It never existed. Well, two prototypes were created by a Swedish company Nilsson Special Vehicles AB. They modified two Saab 900s and converted them into longroof models. Only one of them seems to exist today. But just look at what could have been. I came upon this picture by coincidence. Doing more research on it I […]

Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake is the German porn we want

This is the new Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake. Take a long, hard look at it and then forget that this wagon exists. Volkswagen said nein to this vehicle being sold in the United States. That’s a real shame because just look at it – it is gorgeous. And it isn’t exactly easy to call many […]

Tempting and Terrible: This 2003 Audi Allroad with a manual transmission

A wagon with a manual gearbox is an automotive unicorn, at least here in the States. We’ve had some offered for sale through the years though and here’s your chance to pick one up for cheap. This is a 2003 Audi Allroad. It has a 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged engine that makes nearly 250 horsepower. This one […]

Wait, how much? 1981 Volvo 245 GLT edition

I’m no Volvo expert. I do know that I still see plenty of 240s rolling around town though. So I’m a bit shocked to find the following car listed on Craigslist with an asking price of $12,500. This is a 1981 Volvo 245 GLT, and apparently for 240 lovers it’s definitely one of the ones […]

LA Auto Show: Audi RS6 Avant is longroof supremacy

This is one I’m most excited to see in person. The Audi RS6 Avant is finally here, and it was worth the wait. Sure, a V10 prior generation car would’ve been appreciated stateside. But this twin-turbocharged V8 beast is quite welcome.0. And the version on the auto show stand is a stunner. I thought it […]

Wagon Wednesday: 2020 Volvo V60 Cross Country

Over the summer I reviewed the Volvo S60 T6 sedan. I liked it so much that I, a seven-time BMW owner, said I’d take it over the new 3-series. I mentioned that the only way the S60 would be better were if it was a wagon. That time has finally come. The new V60 is […]

The best Rolls-Royce is a wagon

Krug Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II Wagon

Krug commissioned three Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II’s in the mid-1980s. One for the European, North American, and Japanese markets. Only one of the cars remains in Krug’s possession and can be found at their headquarters building. The wagon is only brought out for special events. All three wagons had been lost to the world until […]

Wagon Wednesday: A reminder that a 415hp Volvo wagon exists

The Volvo S60 is a great little sedan, as we have recently learned. In my review I mentioned that the best part is that it is also available in a longroof version as the V60. The all-wheel-drive turbocharged and supercharged V60 T6 would sure make a sweet grocery-getter. In other parts of the world, where people […]

Wagon Wednesday: The new Audi RS6 Avant is here

We’ve been drooling over it for decades – the uber wagon; the Audi RS6 Avant. Now, in a shock to everyone, in the height of the SUV craze, Audi says that, yea sure, they will sell us a 591-horsepower station wagon. * checks date – not April 1st * Seriously? Holy poop. No one expected […]