12. Chevrolet Kingswood
The classic Chevrolet station wagon lineup was complicated. They had different trim levels with different names and different body styles with different engines. So most customers couldn’t figure things out without the help of a brochure or a dealer. And that is why there are several forgotten station wagons because people just couldn’t remember them all. One of those models is the Kingswood. Sitting on the top of the wagon range, they produced the Kingswood in 1959 and 1960, and again from 1969 to 1972.
Interestingly, those models were the most expensive ones. Also, they were the biggest Chevrolet wagons with powerful engines and a long list of creature comforts. However, the most interesting are the late ’60s models that featured unbelievable specs. You could order the Kingswood with a lush wood grain trim, chrome luggage carriers, and heavy-duty components. Also, it came with full big-block power. In fact, the 427 and 454 V8 powered wagons were almost as fast as most muscle cars, yet they could seat up to nine people.