The 6-passenger Country Sedan is featured on this page of the 1960 Ford Wagon sales brochure. The main text reads, There's fun galore when you drive a 60 Ford wagon Getting there is as much fun as being there when you drive a 1960 Ford Station Wagon! And the youngsters enjoy it, too, for only a wagon gives them enough room to play or nap while you're on the road. With all their convenience and beauty, these Ford wagons still are thrifty to operate. Standard Ford engines - Mileage Maker Six or Thunderbird 292 V-8 - as well as the optional new Thunderbird 352 V-8 thrive on regular gas. An aluminized muffler is standard equipment and will normally last twice as long as conventional mufflers used on other wagons. There's a Full-Flow oil filter, also standard, which means you need change oil only each 4000 miles. Above all is Ford's Diamond Lustre Finish that never requires waxing. In every way, Ford savings match Ford's famous GO in the 1960 Ford Station Wagons! The upper left text for the interior view reads, Below you see the big, roomy interior of a 1960 6-Passenger Country Sedan. It gives you nearly 4 inches more shoulder room . . . over 2 inches more hip room. Door openings are nearly 3 inches wider to make entry easier. As in all Ford wagons, you sit posture-perfect on chair-high seats that are higher than those on some competitive wagons. You relax on comfortable foam padding - at no extra cost. And the cushioned comfort extends the full-width of the seats too. There's no hard center seat! Certainly when it comes to luxurious roominess, a Ford Station Wagon is your best buy!
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