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Everything you wanted to know about the Ford Club Wagon?

The Ford Club Wagon was introduced in 1953 as a passenger wagon version of the popular Ford F-Series pickup truck. It was available with either six or nine passenger seating and featured a standard Ford flathead V8 engine. Production of the Club Wagon continued until 1991, when it was replaced by the Ford Econoline.

Three cool things about the Ford Club Wagon?

1. The Club Wagon was one of the first mass-produced passenger wagons in the United States. 2. It was available with a wide variety of engines, including a V8, making it powerful for its time. 3. The Club Wagon has a long and rich history, dating back to the early 1950s.

An interesting historical fact about the Ford Club Wagon?

Did you know that the Ford Club Wagon has its roots in the early days of the American automotive industry? The original Club Wagon was based on the popular Ford Model T, which was first introduced in 1908. Model T wagons were produced until 1927, when the last one rolled off the assembly line. However, the idea of a passenger wagon based on a pickup truck didn't die with the Model T. In 1953, Ford reintroduced the concept with the Club Wagon.

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