George opened up the hood of the station wagon and showed them the engine.
George glanced at the dent in the side panel of the station wagon.
We brought up your luggage with you—two trunks—in the station wagon.
Cane drove the station wagon to town and returned with the desired articles.
“Maybe I should give him a lift,” he remarked, slowing the station wagon.
At the deepest point of the water a station wagon had stalled.
The pair in the station wagon had pushed the vehicle for a short distance.
We have a truck that is equipped with all that stuff—a station wagon.
So there was some with us in our car, and then the station wagon with the additional ones.
After a half mile or so, the station wagon came to a high metal-mesh fence that blocked the road.