Odd 5 - 1998 BMW 525 tds wagon

We feature our share of German turbo diesel wagons, but almost all of them feature a tri star badge on the grill. This BMW 525 tds is a model we've never seen in person and we'd be interested in the story of how it ended up in Canada.

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Don't Sweat the Small Stuff: 1994 530i 5-Speed Wagon

April 13, 2017 bmw, wagon, 5-speed

If we're being picky, there are lots of red flags here. 215,000 miles, rust bubbles, plenty of overspray from a "four stage paint job" that photos seem to show was applied in a warehouse. We could go on, but it's a 5-speed V8 BMW wagon. We're happy to at least pretend those red flags don't exist for a bit.

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Roof Rack Delete: 1988 Audi 5000 S Wagon

March 19, 2017 audi, wagon

Sporting an automatic transmission and lacking the Quattro and turbo of its fancier CS brother, this stripped-down avant might seem like an easy pass at first. Upon further review though, the sleek lines, red paint, and cheap price make us think this 5000 would be a great alternative to something more pedestrian like a 740 if you're in the market for an 80's Euro wagon.

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"Follow Me To Mexico" - 1991 VW Golf Country

March 06, 2017 vw, golf, syncro

We're not familiar with the "Baja 4000" but it seems to be a charity race that had its inaugural running back in January. This 1991 Golf Country apparently served duty as the official pace car and its engine bay is dirty enough to make us believe that it saw some action in the sand.

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Corrado Powered Caddy: 1980 VW Rabbit Pickup

February 24, 2017 vw, pickup, supercharged

This 1980 VW Rabbit Pickup has received an interesting Frankenstein treatment with a supercharged G60 motor from a Corrado along with some GTI interior and exterior bits. Cover it all with military green PPG paint and color us intrigued.

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Machine Learning: 1979 300TD Wagon

We're continuing to help machines take our jobs by training our rudimentary TensorFlow implementation to find cool cars. Turns out this stuff is sort of tricky - who'd have thought something developed by PhDs at Google would be a bit complex? At any rate, it did surface this early diesel Benz wagon so we feel like we're on the right track.

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Gas Guzzler Grocery Getter: 2005 S4 Wagon

February 19, 2017 audi, s4, wagon, AWD

Though we're partial to the B5 body style, it's hard to argue with the appeal of the V8, 6-speed, wagon combination found in this B6. This wagon grew up in the mountains, and is currently on offer in Missouri. We're thinking maybe it should continue its trek East to join the Moto Roster garage as a combo daily driver / rubber smoker.

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3 Pedal 3 Series: 2004 BMW 325xi Wagon

We had a very similar E46 wagon in the Moto Roster fleet for a bit, and though it is one of our favorite BMW body styles, it never really lived up to our expectations. That was mainly due to the fact that our wagon was short one pedal and lacking in fun factor. This one fixes that issue and has a few other nice details that could make it a great driver.

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High Miles & Low Price: 2004 VW R32

February 08, 2017 vw, r32, gti

We remember when the R32 came out in Europe and eventually made its way to the US a few years later. With AWD, and the VR6 it was our dream VW made real. At the time the near $30,000 sticker price was a bit of a deal breaker for us, not to mention the fact that the allotment of 5,000 vehicles sold out extremely quickly. 13 years and 400,000 miles later, this R32 has has lost about 80% of it's retail price but our interest remains at 110%.

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Early Rover, Late Motor: 1988 Range Rover

This Land Rover has the makings of a "best of both worlds"-mobile. It combines the ruggedness (hello exposed door hinges) of the early US Range Rovers with a rebuilt 4.2 liter V8 from a newer truck. It's currently on offer by the owner of a Land Rover restoration shop in Scottsdale and we'd be eager to see what a rig like this sells for.

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Jim's Jeep: 1981 Jeep Wagoneer

January 04, 2017 jeep, wagoneer, 4x4

We've got vintage 4X4's on the brain as of late. We know that winter isn't the time to be buying them, nor the time to be selling coupes to make garage space, but such is the Moto Roster syndrome. This 1981 Wagoneer is scruffy, but clean (for Western, PA at least) and is billed as the personal vehicle of a local, somewhat-eccentric car dealer (the aforementioned Jim).

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Swedish Rocket: 2004 Volvo V70 R

December 26, 2016 volvo, wagon, V70 R

There's only a short description provided by the seller of this 2004 V70 R but all it really needs is a phone number. We figure the only reason it hasn't sold yet is because it was posted on Christmas day.

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Checks All of the Boxes: 1989 BMW 325ix Wagon

December 23, 2016 bmw, 325ix, AWD, wagon

These aren't quite the unobtanium vehicles that they once were now that 25 years have passed and they're easier to import, but this one is still tantalizing. It has all of the right options and is only a few hours away from Moto Roster HQ which could make for a dangerous situation. It would look great with a red bow on it for anyone scrambling to do some last minute shopping for us.

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430 Miles Per Year: 1986 Vanagon Syncro

This will be a quick write-up for a slow car. With only 13,109 miles on the clock, we would guess this van has to be in the running for the lowest mileage Syncro Vanagon in existence. It looks like it just rolled out of a VW showroom in 1986 and we're hoping that the stereo comes with a "Stuck with You" cassingle in it.

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You Had Me At Tan & Diesel: 1980 Mercedes 300TD Wagon

November 10, 2016 mercedes, wagon, diesel

On top of the fact that it’s tan and a diesel, this Benz is also a wagon with a manual transmission, and blue MB-Tex interior. If you add all of that together, this may represent about the most Moto Roster vehicle ever.

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Refined Off-Roader: 1993 Range Rover LWB

We feature plenty of these "classic" Range Rovers but this one has a lot going for it including: low mileage, no rust, and some nicely executed off-road mods. Add to that a location that's an easy drive from Moto Roster HQ and a reasonable reserve and we're itching to cross a LWB Land Rover off of our Roster.

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80’s Late Bloomer: 1991 Audi 200 Avant

In our last feature, we preached that now is the time to buy (and maybe get a deal on) a "non traditional" winter car. We're ignoring our own advice now as we showcase one of the consummate snow cars of the late 80s and early 90s. In a time before SUVs were common, the mountain roads leading to ski resorts from Colorado to Vermont were crawling with these luxo-snowmobiles - and for good reason.

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Triple Brown: 1987 VW Vanagon Syncro

October 05, 2016 vw, vanagon, syncro

This 1987 Syncro Vanagon is finished in "Merian Brown" and looks good as a tin top instead of the normal pop tops that we often see sporting this color. It looks like a repaint based on the shine level + bubbling seams, but things look solid underneath and clean inside. This could be a solid Syncro for a decent price.

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Ohio Comet: 1961 Mercury Comet Wagon

October 01, 2016 mercury, comet, wagon

Now that fall is in the air we've been leaning towards featuring 4WD vehicles in preparation for winter. A rear wheel drive wagon from the 60's powered by a little straight six mated to a 2 speed transmission might be the antithesis of a winter vehicle, but we like a challenge. It's amazing what you can do with some winter tires and a few hundred pounds of ballast.

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OCD Level Work: 1995 Range Rover

This 1995 Range Rover is a final year model, and even though it has 167,000 miles, it looks like nearly showroom new thanks to a thoughtful owners and an impressive restoration. Top that with our favorite Cornish Cream color and we're wondering how many of our current cars we would need to sell to bring this Rover home.

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Roster Checker: 1994 Land Rover Range Rover

September 20, 2016 range rover, land rover

There are classic Range Rovers on lots of rosters here, and though this one isn't anything particularly special, the price is right, it's nearby, and looks reasonably clean. If the price stays low it might be a great way to put a classic 4x4 in your garage and check a vehicle off of your roster.

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Practical Classic? 1980 Mercedes 300 Diesel Wagon

September 01, 2016 mercedes, diesel, wagon

There aren't many vintage cars that could serve family duty in any kind of practical way. While we'd still be leery about strapping a child seat into this wagon on the daily, we think it would be a great weekend ice cream cruiser and also provide utility in "real life."

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High Miles + Low Dollars: 1998 BMW 540i

August 30, 2016 bmw, craigslist, e39

The E39's are some of our favorite 5 Series BMWs and this one is even more appealing with the big V8 and 6 speed transmission. The fact that it's finished in 90's perfect Oxford Green (they couldn't call it British Racing Green) makes it even better. Add a low price tag and a location only 15 minutes from Moto Roster HQ and we might have to find some space in the garage.

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More Beer-Fueled Engineering: VW Cabrio Ghia

We're don't know what the title for this car claims, but it has got the body of a 1970 Karmann Ghia and the drivetrain of a 1986 Cabriolet. We're not sure what the percentage of each vehicle is, but we salute the beer-fueled ideation and engineering that got this project this far.

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V8 Wagon Swap: 2000 BMW E39 Wagon

This BMW started its life as a 528i wagon but it's now sporting a 4.4 liter V8 and a 6 speed. The circumstances that lead to this swap are somewhat questionable but the appeal of a 6-speed, V8, rear-wheel drive wagon is strong.

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4Motion Diesel Import: 2000 Volkswagen Golf

July 28, 2016 vw, AWD, golf

At first we thought that someone just decided to throw a 4Motion badge on an old Mk4 Golf, but upon further inspection this one looks like the real deal with all the right Euro bits. It has been legally imported to Canada and we're not sure what it would take to get it plates in the states, but we like the idea of this AWD diesel hatch as a base for all kinds of fun.

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Pretty Practical (as these things go): 1980 Unimog Doka

Owning a vehicle that straddles the line between monster truck and strip mining equipment is never going to be a decision driven by practicality. BUT, if you've got your heart set on upsetting the neighbors with a Unimog, this 4-door model with a plethora of hydraulic hookups is about as practical as these things get.

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Big 5 Beater: 2007 BMW 530xi Wagon

July 22, 2016 bmw, wagon

We've featured some more stellar examples of these rare 6-speed 5 series wagons before, but this one is more in the bargain category. It has plenty of bumps and bruises on the outside and non trivial mileage, but some recent service and an $8,000 buy it now price makes us think we could be riding in style this winter.

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Not Fast But Furious: 1977 GMC Vandura 4x4

What this GMC van lacks in speed, it makes up for in just about every other category. With a new crate motor paired up with a period Pathfinder 4x4 conversion, it will get you just about anywhere. That said, you might still need to keep an eye on the 33 gallon tank to make sure you have enough fuel for it to get you back.

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The 2016 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix

July 07, 2016 PVGP, racing

Pittsburgh isn't the easiest place to be a car enthusiast. Between salt covered roads in the winter, as much rain as Seattle the rest of the year, and streets that were designed for Conestoga wagons, it's a wonder we have anything but Jeeps and F-150's on the road. Once a year however, Pittsburgh becomes an automobile Mecca thanks to the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix.

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5 Series Meet 6 Speed: 2008 BMW 535XI Wagon

June 27, 2016 bmw, wagon

These 5 series wagons seem to be much more common now that they've trickled down to second and third owners. Everytime we see one on the street we peek inside and 99 times out of 100 we're disappointed to see only two pedals. This one not only has the 6 speed, but the big motor, and some Dinan goodies to go with it.

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Barn Find Wagon: 1956 Willys

June 25, 2016 willys, wagon, 4x4

After sitting idle for 10 years, the seller of this Willys Wagon has decided to offer it for sale. Described as running when parked, this wagon looks straight and rust free and makes us (optimistically) think it wouldn't take too much to get it back on the road.

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Bang For Your Buck: Supercharged 1992 Miata

June 23, 2016 miata, supercharged

This 1992 Miata has low-ish miles, a good color combo, and most interestingly a supercharger bolted on to its stock 1.6 liter engine. Upping the HP on an already light car is an equation we're always fans of. Thanks to MR reader Drew for the backyard find.

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Tony's Wagon: 1965 Fiat Familiare

June 15, 2016 fiat, wagon

This little wagon is a rare site in the states and is a real juxtaposition with today's "small" cars. This Fiat packs a 4 door wagon into about the same footprint as a modern Mini coupe. Low mileage, a recent refreshing, and a clean interior could make this unique Fiat an interesting driver.

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Swede Speed: 2006 Volvo V70 R

June 07, 2016 volvo, wagon, AWD

While we consider the 850 R to be the pinnacle of Swedish (and perhaps all) wagonry, this 2006 V70 R is hard to ignore. With its turbocharged 5 cylinder, all wheel drive, and manual transmission, it more than holds its own with today's offerings. Thanks to Moto Roster member Dimitry B for the tip on this little red wagon.

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A Shiny Pig: 1971 Toyota FJ55

These FJ55 "Iron Pigs" are somewhat hard to find in the US due to a double whammy of unloved design and tendency to rust away to nothing. This one has a SBC which can sometimes be a dicey proposition, but we have some faith in anyone who has such neat labels for their underhood electrical connections.

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Little Blue Bi-Turbo: 2000.5 Audi S4 Avant

May 26, 2016 audi, s4, wagon

This lightly modded S4 Avant looks great in Santorin Blue over two-tone leather and alcantara seats. Low-ish miles, subtle mods, and some recent service could make this a good choice for someone looking for a B5 S4 wagon. Even with all that, and the fact that clean examples are getting more rare, we're not sure about the $10,000 asking price.

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Cheap Thrill Wagon: 2000 BMW 3 Series

May 24, 2016 BMW, wagon

We're all over any car that can handle a non-trivial trip to Home Depot and break the rear end loose pulling out of the parking lot. This BMW has those boxes checked with its wagon body, straight 6 motor, and 5 speed transmission wrapped in a $4,000 price tag.

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14K Nice? 1984 Volkswagen GTI

We can't resist an original red GTI with snowflake wheels, even one with eye watering price. Rebuilds and upgrades notwithstanding the $13,995 asking price is astronomical for a car with 215k miles on it. That said, we keep clicking through the photos and grinning so maybe the seller is onto something.

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The 90's Dream Wagon : 1990 Audi 200 Avant

With 200,000 miles on it, this 1990 Audi 200 Avant has its share of bumps and bruises but even 25 years later its design is still striking. We remember when we first saw the complicated spoiler-split rear glass with the gigantic "quattro" defroster lines and even now we wouldn't mind seeing it our own garage.

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Sub-5k Land Rover: 1991 Range Rover Classic

A 1991 Range Rover for less than $5,000 conjures images of rust, electrical nightmares, and lots of quality time riding shotgun with your local AAA driver. Even so, we're intrigued by this truck's history, maintenance record, and seemingly straightforward seller.

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Connected Badge Update: Version 2.0

May 03, 2016 moto roster, badges

We released the initial beta of our connected car badges last week and we're already onto a second iteration.

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Tercel Take 2: 1986 Toyota Tercel 4WD

When we started Moto Roster and decided to feature cars that we come across during our searches for Moto Roster member cars, we never thought "I wonder how often we'll feature Tercels?" So, we're surprised that we're writing up another 4WD example less than 3 weeks after we just featured one, but here we are.

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Moto Roster Debuts Connected Car Badges

Have you ever seen an interesting car parked on the street and wanted to know more about it? Maybe even talk to the owner and see if it's for sale? Moto Roster is all about connecting car enthusiasts and our new "connected badge" is one way we're helping. Now when you see a car with a Moto Roster badge on it, you can instantly get more info about the car, contact the owner, and more right from your phone.

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Fresh off the Boat: 1983 Mercedes Benz 230TE

April 23, 2016 mercedes, wagon

We don't see too many manual Mercedes wagons on our shores, let alone one with less than 40,000 miles on it. This nicely specced 1983 230TE was imported last year and looks neat and tidy. This is our second petrol Mercedes in as many days but this low mileage wagon is more than worth it.

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When Toyota Used to Get Weird: 1984 Tercel SR5

A Four wheel drive, 5 speed (quasi-6 speed), wagon with a plaid interior? We’re in. If we were to average all of the cars ever featured on Moto Roster, the Toyota Tercel SR5 may be the Frankenstein's monster result and we're ok with that. It's funny how a car that we used to nearly despise can start to make sense and even become desirable.

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Cost as Much as 2 Beetles: 1966 Karmann Ghia Type 34

April 15, 2016 vw, ghia, type 34

Though this one is a bit outside of the price ranges we normally focus on here at Moto Roster, the Karmann Ghia Type 34 is one of our favorite designs ever. So, when one this nice comes up for sale, we're flexible on our normal limits. We've been on the hunt for a 912 and it's funny that for the same $35,000 you would spend on a nice-condition 912, you could get a different 1600cc-powered German that makes 912's look as common as Camry's.

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Short and Sweet: All Original 1983 VW Rabbit GTI

April 09, 2016 vw, gti, rabbit

Like the GTI itself, this one is pretty self explanatory. A 1983 GTI that has been in the same family for the last 30 years and looks to be remarkably original. After 150k miles this GTI still has original paint, a clean interior, and 14 inch snowflake wheels look better than our 2013 "Detroit's" in every way.

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Sleeper Diesel: 1995 Range Rover with a 300Tdi

How much is a 300Tdi worth? This 1995 Range Rover looks to be in slightly above average condition, but is commanding top dollar due to a ton of recent work, and more importantly a 300Tdi motor swap. We love these final year Range Rovers, and we love diesels but we're not sure if we love this one $17,000 worth.

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30 Years Ahead of its Time: 1985 AMC Eagle

Way before today's crossovers blurred the line between wagon and SUV, and even before an SUV was really a thing, there was the AMC Eagle. We have to admit that we never cared for these cars when they were more commonly seen, but they've somehow evolved into an interesting piece of 80's American Automotive engineering that we wouldn't mind driving.

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Too Nice to Drive? 1990 VW Corrado G60

We featured a Corrado not too long ago, but we would be remiss not to share this example which we'd guess is one of the lowest mileage examples in existence. The dealer seems to have a cache of Corrado’s but this one stands out with it’s 500-miles-per-year duty cycle.

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Soccer Mom with a 389: 1962 Pontiac Bonneville Safari

Normally we'd shy away from any car that had both an air ride suspension, and a seller who talked about "patina" but we can't help but like this 1962 Pontiac Bonneville Safari. We're more into the air conditioning than the air bags, but either way this dry survivor could be a great cruiser.

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25 Years of Range Roving: 1995 Range Rover LWB

This Rover must be rare because the seller uses that word no less than 5 times in the description. Though it has been hanging around on eBay for some time, there's no arguing that this Aspen Silver over Ash Gray truck looks to be in great condition even with over 200k miles. The 1995 model is generally regarded as the year to have, and maybe this 25th anniversary edition is the one to have now that it is old enough to drink.

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Rare Rear Engine: 1962 Corvair Monza Wagon

It's no secret that we love wagons, just browse through our featured cars. When it comes to rear engines our aspirations are more Stuttgart-focused, but they were originally seeded by our father's love of Corvairs: especially the Monza. So, if we combine a wagon, a “big” motor in the back, and some strong familial ties, this 1962 Corvair Monza is about custom made for Moto Roster.

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Hauling 3 Tons of Books: 1952 GMC ex-Bookmobile

March 19, 2016 gmc, coe, truck

Normally we think of these big COE trucks handling dirty, heavy duty tasks like hauling cars, or towing other trucks. This one was built for a more genteel and learned, but equally taxing job: hauling around a few tons of books and their biblio-related accoutrements.

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16" of Ground Clearance for $11k: 1987 AM General HMMWV

Out taste in 4x4s usually tends toward Land Cruisers, Land Rovers, and Willys'. This ex-military 1987 Humvee makes all of those look like toys. We know it's ridiculous, and who knows what it takes to get a plate on this thing, but still: this seems like a lot of vehicle for $11k.

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A Tale of 2 Turbo Diesels: Mercedes Benz 300TD Wagons

Two diesel wagons left West Germany a year apart from one another in the 80's. They each spent the next 30+ years in the United States and they both racked up over 300,000 miles. One did it in the Southern California sun, and one looks to have served the prep-school set in Connecticut. Now, they both find themselves for sale on eBay. Maybe one buyer could reunite them?

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2 Owner Shooting Brake: 1973 Volvo P1800ES

Though the looks of the P1800 coupes are inarguably great, the ES can be a bit divisive. Shooting brakes aren't for everyone, and we can't imagine this in a 1973 showroom when the Ford dealer up the road was selling Torinos. Moto Roster loves all things wagon so you know where we stand, and this 2-owner, last model year P1800ES could be the one that brings the naysayers to the light.

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Mean Green: 1950 Dodge Power Wagon

This 1950 Dodge Power Wagon has lots of new parts underneath a nicely used but not used up exterior. With an 8 foot bed, and what look to be 1 ton+ springs in the back, the guys at Home Depot with sheetrock hanging out of their 5 foot beds will have no choice but to bow down.

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1995 Fresh: Range Rover Classic

March 01, 2016 range rover, 4x4

It's hard to argue with the attention to detail that went into restoring this 1995 Range Rover Classic. New paint and upholstery look showroom new, but the work that has gone into this SUV goes way beyond the surface. Swapping a refreshed 4.2L engine into this SWB is a move we've never seen but we appreciate the effort. This thing looks like it just rolled out of the showroom in 1995, so crank up the Hootie and the Blowfish and take a trip back in time.

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Look What the Algorithm Dragged in: 1951 Willys Wagon

In addition to writing about cars, write code here in the Moto Roster garage (that's what pays the bills and lets us buy cars). We've been working on some tools that will let us find more interesting cars, from more sources, with less effort. It's still a work in progress but we're getting results. Here's an example of one that bubbled up: a 1951 Willys Wagon

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2 Doors & 3 Pedals: 1990 Range Rover Classic

February 23, 2016 range rover, 4x4

We see older 2 door Range Rovers floating around here and there, but this 1990 model is fresh off of qualifying for the 25-year importation rule so it's a bit novel. On paper this truck should be very appealing for the right buyer, but we're still thinking about yesterday's 109.

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Hot Rod Winter Beater: 2002 Audi S4 Avant

February 19, 2016 audi, s4, wagon

Even though it's 15 years old, and a bit hampered by an automatic, we think this 2002 Audi S4 would be the ultimate winter beater. For $3,500 we'd roll the dice on a a bi-turbo with 200k miles on it. Even if you only get a season or two out of it, it would still be worth it to say you had a near supercar as your winter ride.

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First of the LWB: 1993 Range Rover Classic

We've had a Range Rover on our roster since day one and we're thinking that a West Coast import might be the way to go. A car in average West Coast condition like this one would be advertised as near-mint in the salt covered roads leading to MR headquarters. This LWB County has high mileage but all the right options and no rust. If the price leaves room for shipping, this California girl might need to get her snow boots out and head East.

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5 Cylinder Syncro: 1986 VW Quantum Syncro

February 10, 2016 vw, syncro, wagon

Full disclosure, we grew up in a Kalahari Beige 1987 Quantum wagon so we may be looking at this through rose colored glasses. That car began our love of German wagons, and we don't see how things could be anything but improved with the addition of AWD and a 5-speed.

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Syncro Hatchback: 1990 Golf Country

February 09, 2016 vw, golf, syncro

We've never seen one of these in person, let alone driven one, but that wouldn't stop us from bidding on this 1990 Volkswagen Golf Country.

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Very Special Order: 2001 BMW 325 Wagon

February 03, 2016 bmw, wagon

A 5-speed, straight 6, rear wheel drive station wagon with a red leather interior? That's more than enough for us to ignore the "unique" orange livery on this BMW Wagon. And, if we're being honest we kind of dig the orange anyway.

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Pre-Kardashian Edition: 1987 Mercedes 300GD

We were always happy to see a G-Class running around in the 80s and 90s knowing that someone went through a lot of trouble (and expense) to get it here. That was the back when these things were for eccentrics and fanatics, not wealthy soccer moms and celebrities.

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Rescue Mission: 1969 Dodge Power Wagon

January 26, 2016 dodge, powerwagon, 4x4

We need someone to launch a rescue mission ASAP. Save this 1969 Dodge Power Wagon from the indignity it's suffering with those wheels!

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Day Glo Orange Ghia

A college friend's dad once told me that he bought a Karmann Ghia because he couldn't afford a 356 and that girl's couldn't tell the difference.

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Almost Practical: 1963 Baja Bug

January 19, 2016 vw, baja, bug

We've been thinking a vintage Beetle might be a good placeholder in our garage while we wait for the Porsche bubble to burst. We'd love to see this thing passing SUVs spinning their summer tires on the PA snow.

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The Best 4x4xFAR of 1990

A Range Rover Classic is on lots of people's rosters, including ours. While the 1995 model is generally the consensus choice, the 1990 has a lot of winning points.

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Single (cab) Again - Cheap 1968 VW Single Cab

January 15, 2016 vw, bus, singlecab

With a typical "TheSamba" level description, the limited pictures tell us all we need to know. And we like it.

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Ridiculously Good Looking: 32K mile 230TE Wagon

January 14, 2016 mercedes, wagon

This wagon looks so good, and has such low miles, we're willing to overlook the seller's dispariging remarks about the sacred 3.0 diesel that this gray market Merc eschews for a 2.3.

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What could go wrong? High Mileage 2003 Audi Allroad

January 12, 2016 audi, german, wagon

We at Moto Roster HQ were seduced and burned by a similar 6-speed Allroad a few years back. Maybe this one with double the miles and lots of performance mods would serve us better?

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Big Bumper 2002

January 08, 2016 BMW, german

This final year 2002 could be a great way to cross an iconic driver's car off of your roster.

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How much 912 does 25k get you?

January 07, 2016 porsche, 912, german

Beverly Hills Car Club - who are always big on photos and short on details, help us answer the question.

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