The Plymouth Volare Station Wagon 1979 is a family classic with its boxy body and nostalgic silhouette. It may not have been the most famous or popular wagon of its kind but it definitely had its own unique and desirable characteristics. This 5.2-liter V-8 engine was made as a durable and reliable choice for commuters and families alike. On the inside, the interior of the car was made with functionality and comfort in mind. A center console with a set of burled wood accents decorated the front seat and a three-spoke steering wheel made steering comfortable and easy. The rear of the car was spacious and accommodating, with roomy bucket seats and plenty of cargo space with the pull-down tailgate. Accompanying the wagon was a rear window wiper and washer for cleaning off dusty roads and a carpeted cargo area with roof-mounted luggage rack. Finishing its look was a set of chrome bumpers and bell-bottom style fender flares. As modern Vehicle Emissions Standards make wagons like the Volare a rarity in the marketplace, you can easily grab a piece of the nostalgia and American craftsmanship for your own collection of cars.
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