Now I understand... Chevrolet sold a 'station wagon' called the Kingswood
Estate. I owned one of these magnificent cars. It had a big block and would
haul anything - the entire estate I guess! And it always got the same
mileage - 9. It didn't matter if you ran it fully loaded with camping gear
and people at 75mph, or empty 'round town. Since the car was lees than
pretty on the outside, sorta a rust color, and huge, it got a lot of respect
from the econo-boxes on the road. It was affectionately called "The
I always wondered where the Estate came from. Now I know.
What an education we get on this list!
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Dick J
Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2003 4:07 PM
To: Malcolm Pittwood; LSR List
Subject: Re: Estate or Station Wagon or ...
Seems like Volvo was advertising something about one of their turbo wagons a
few years ago. Don't know if it was the fastest, but I know they were
claiming that it would really haul #&$%.
Dick J in East Texas
Malcolm Pittwood <MPittwood@compuserve.com> wrote:
Now that I think we understand the item we are talking about, who does own
the fastest vehicle of the type?
Malcolm Pittwood, Derby, England.
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