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4/10/07 11:22 AM
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everyone knows that real men and tru gag$tA$ roll in station wagons. my question is which does the OG prefer? i'm a big fan of the Subaru Outback. it's a fine automobile. but who can forget such classics as the Ford Country Squire? my vote will have to go to this beauty. behold! the 1997 honda accord wagon!!! alright i'm going back to work now
4/10/07 11:25 AM
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the Chevy's that have the wardrobe siding IMO.
4/10/07 11:39 AM
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subaru WRX wagon.
4/10/07 11:39 AM
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Thomas Hamilton
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The Dodge Magnum is awesome. Im seriously considering getting one.
4/10/07 11:39 AM
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wtf is a station wagon?
4/10/07 11:40 AM
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4/10/07 11:44 AM
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no question

4/10/07 11:46 AM
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BEF -  M5 Wagon is the best. (not sure it's out yet?)..but that ain't bad!!
4/10/07 11:52 AM
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that's a Merc dude.
4/10/07 12:01 PM
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"The Dodge Magnum is awesome. Im seriously considering getting one. " Kind of cool in a gimmicky way but that car will be a piece of junk in a few years.
4/10/07 12:19 PM
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A station wagon is a grocery getter no matter how much gas the engine eats or how plush the bucket seating is. Get a SUV and try to maintain some manhood.
4/10/07 12:21 PM
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Outback.
4/10/07 12:24 PM
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BigEyedFish
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Heres the M5.  I like the looks of the Audi better but Im admittedly biased, since I drive an audi....

4/10/07 12:25 PM
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Mazda 6 wagon isn't too bad. 220hp V6, available manual transmission, and enough space behind the back seat for a Rottweiler.
4/10/07 12:26 PM
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jesus. its like amatuer hour around here.

this is the only wagon that matters

the 2007 E63 MB wagon

4/10/07 12:27 PM
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sheeit. Thats hot^^
4/10/07 12:34 PM
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damn nice Merc.....I'd still take the M5 though!!!
4/10/07 12:48 PM
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The Audi A6 would be my chioce, but I never knew BMW made one. I like the wagons for hauling the dog(s), and I'm not a SUV believer due to gas mileage and the high center of gravity. Wagons have a better weight distribution than sedans which is why you'll often see them in rally racing circuits.
4/10/07 12:51 PM
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4/10/07 1:07 PM
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BMW isn't shipping M5 wagons to the states this year. in fact, they haven't done it in years.

4/10/07 1:19 PM
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Mr.Negative....On the off chance that I could afford that car (I can't), I'd just import it.
4/10/07 1:57 PM
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Mr. Negative, There is talk of it for late 2008, but that's just talk.
4/10/07 1:59 PM
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"Mr.Negative....On the off chance that I could afford that car (I can't), I'd just import it. "

getting one of the gray market (importing cars from other countries) is difficult and can cost an arm and a leg. not very cost efficent at all.

however, if you wanted to, say, pick up a used BMW 540 wagon and stick some go-fast goodies on it, you can find 540 wagons dirt cheap...take this one for example:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2003-BMW-540i-Touring-Impossible-to-Find-This-Nice_W0QQitemZ130097377772QQihZ003QQcategoryZ6008QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

48K miles or so and only costs 28K. great buy in my opinion and can be made to go fast as fuck.

4/10/07 2:00 PM
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"There is talk of it for late 2008, but that's just talk. "

i've been waiting for them to send one over for a few years now. my long term plan is to sell my trailblazer ss in the next year or so and pick up the E63 wagon if i can put the funds together.

4/10/07 4:02 PM
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The true "station" wagons went out in the 70's. My Dad's Pontiac Grand Safari Station Wagon (1973 455) was able to beat anyone on the road! It was a true cruiser!

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