Here's a used-up example of Plymouth's Reliant-K station wagon.
|Murilee Martin - Autoblog Warlord
Denver is full of Subaru wagons with rooftop cargo carriers.
The replacement for the crude, gas-swilling Nova, the Chevrolet Citation was GM's first try at an efficient, American-made front-wheel-drive compact car.
During the early 1990s, not every family needing a capacious hauler opted for a minivan or SUV. Some still followed the traditions of their forefathers and bought station wagons with faux-wood exterior panels. Here's one in a San Francisco Bay Area self-service wrecking yard.
You'll find trucks like this at most racing events in North America: a beater full-sized Detroit van, covered inside and out with spray paint and racing-related stickers. Here's one I shot in an Arizona self-service wrecking yard a few months back.
Chrysler had the Mitsubishi-built Plymouth Arrow small pickup, Ford had the Mazda-built Courier, and GM had the Izusu-built Chevrolet LUV. Here's a late-production example of the LUV, spotted in a San Francisco Bay Area self-service wrecking yard.