Functional as they were, station wagons were generally marketed as upscale. Not that low-end models weren’t available, but ads and commercials for wagons generally put a luxury spin on the situation. And, at least for a while, inextricably linked to the premium wagon experience was the woodie look.
A quick count of the vehicles seen in the gallery that follows reveals just thee wagons not festooned with wood-look applique. Check for yourself. If you spent time with any of the station wagons seen below—perhaps as a child—leave us a note. The place to leave comments is down below.