Sun Mar 24 2013 14:40:07 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

This 1957 Buick Century Custom wagon sold for $71,500 at auction.

Caballero customized station wagon with chopped top and Air Ride suspension. Custom three tone paint, custom interior and highly detailed Nailhead Buick engine. Wire wheels, laser-straight body, beautiful chrome, Packard taillights on extended quarter panels, too much to list. Car is known as "Dorothy" from the Wizard of OZ, built by OZ Kustoms in Oroville, Calif. Other body modifications include hood, front and rear fenders peaked, front doors stretched, rear quarters were extended 7" and '56 Packard taillights installed. 364cid Nailhead Buick engine with Offy 3x2 polished aluminum intake and Stromberg 97s. Won first place in Radical Wagon class at the Grand National Roadster Show.

Stuart Hamm

Sun Mar 24 2013 15:33:13 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Custom work notwithstanding- those lines are beautiful. Looking at modern American designs, it's hard to believe America produced cars like this not too long ago.

Sun Mar 24 2013 18:24:04 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

i dunno man, I cant get behind that much work put into a station waggon

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