Black, white and brown Illustration of a station wagon vehicle. White text on bottom. Brown wood grain background.
Nicknamed "woodie" or "woodie wagon", this station wagon drove into the eyes of the world in the mid 90s. This particular car is a Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon. It first debuted in the 60s and saw a return in the mid 90s. Each time, a faux wood exterior trim was put on both side of the car. The car was marketed to American families who wanted a large and lengthy vehicle to take for camping trips and adventures, although it was not fuel efficient or fast.
A roadmaster is also a person who is responsible for rail and track maintenance.