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Mario on Apr 24, 2021 said:

As the 70's rolled in the Ford Station Wagons got smaller as did the engines that powered them due to the ongoing gasoline shortage. Families were down sizing and the Baby Boom was over.

The 9 passenger wagons had a third seat that either faced the passengers forward, sideways, or even backwards to see the oncoming traffic.

Nothing like rolling down the rear window and have the kids smell all the fumes! Sorry kids we didn't know what we were doing.

A trip back into the silly seventies, enjoy! Mario

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azmusclecar on Apr 24, 2021 said:

That green 71 with the Magnum 500 wheels and white letter tires looks hot......

Yes the child abuse of fumes and rear facing seats was at it's peak.....how did we ever survive that era?

I contribute some brain damage to sniffing mimeographed papers in school. But I never inhaled airplane glue intentionally. That may have something to do with my present state of mind

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Mario on Apr 25, 2021 said:

I used to sniff the mimeographed papers also. I thought it gave me powers to pass my tests!

It didn't really help but I felt better!

Good times!

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azmusclecar on Apr 24, 2021 said:

I get very tired and faint trying to imagine detailing one of these wagons.......I'm spoiled with Corvettes. I don't believe you used PLEDGE on the wood even though the commercial said it was good for all wood. I could be wrong. It wouldn't be my first, or my last.

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Mario on Apr 25, 2021 said:

Yes Pledge was good for all wood, it said so on the can. "Good for all Woody cars use as much as you want". Sales were great back then, until the all steel wagons came out.

I used to Pledge the trees in my front yard to make the neighbors jealous how they shined so much. Or maybe I just dreamt that.

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