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Definition of woody wagon

woody wagon

  • a type of Ford Station wagon with real wood inlays on the sides to make it look rustic

    Last edited on Dec 01 2005. Submitted by Sharon J. from Coeur d'Alene, ID, USA on Dec 01 2005.

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