Posted by bradley on February 2, 2017 
Is that a Gremlin??
Posted by Greg Mross on February 2, 2017 
It's close, either a AMC Spirit or a Spirit SX/4. The SX/4 is arguably the first crossover.....
Posted by PRR-GG1 on February 2, 2017 
A Gremlin, a mustang, and the Pontiac Bonneville Brougham.
Posted by Gene on February 2, 2017 
Or a Hornet?
Posted by bigdee on February 2, 2017 
There is also a Horizon or Omni ahead of it. Both cars you won't see on the road.
Posted by Steve Larson on February 2, 2017 
And an actual station wagon.
Posted by Jim McCulloch on February 2, 2017 
AMC Sprit. Gremlin was long gone by then. Awesome picture!
Posted by SeaboardRailfan on February 2, 2017 
Appears to be an AMC Spirit
Posted by Ringo Clark - on February 2, 2017 
Not a Gremlin, think it's an AMC Spirit from the early 80's .
Posted by conrail6255 on February 2, 2017 
Yep..preceded by a Dodge Rampage I think!
Posted by AZ Mike on February 2, 2017 
Lots of now classics in that line. AMC Spirit, Charger 2.2, Caprice Classic, Cool station wagon too
Posted by John Simpkins-Camp on February 2, 2017 
Most automobile comments ever!!
Posted by bradley on February 3, 2017 
I think the wagon's an Old's. Looks like it says "Cutlass" on the fender, and the Old's logo on the hubcaps.
Posted by Greg Mross on February 3, 2017 
Looks like an Olds Custom Cruiser full size wagon. I think that is a Volare wagon on the far right.
Posted by Mr. Train on February 4, 2017 
I just watched a Deep Sea Detectives Documentary about this operation a sinking that occured in 1929.
Posted by cabman701 on February 6, 2017 
The brown car in front of the Pontiac looks like a Chevy Cavalier. Took drivers ed in one of those cars in 1986.
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