Sports and Recreation
So... What's Chevrolet got for wagons in 1969? How about this Butternut Yellow 1969 Kingswood Estate 4-door Wagon with roof rack and wood grain side panels? Check out the rear facing rear seat in the top photo. According to the middle bottom photo, this is a great place for Mom to ride. Notice how the tailgate opens two-ways; sideways in the middle lower photo, and down in the right lower photo. All the rear seats fold flat so you can haul home that 60's wood wall paneling (4 by 8 feet sheets!). The text says, "For 1969, your choice of two wagon sizes. Our biggest are called Kingswood Estate, Kingswood, Townsman and Brookwood. Our slightly smaller sizes Concours Estate, Concours, Greenbrier and Nomad. Big family room in 2- and 3-seaters. Converts to a huge cargo area with load space under the floor. Add a luggage rack and call your wagon a Tri-Level. We do. We also call it The Walk-In Wagon. That's because of the way we've engineered the back-end. It's more than dual-action tailgate. An easy-to-reach curbside boarding step has been built into the floor-high bumper. You don't climb in, you step aboard or out, standing up. We wouldn't settle for less than full rear end package design. Nor should you."
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