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The Brookwood was the name given to Chevy's mid-priced station wagon, below the Impala Wagon and above the Del Ray wagon. When the Del Ray line was elimated it became the entry level station wagon for Chevrolet.
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The first Brookwood rolled off the line in 1958. The last one would be made in 1962. The name came back in 1969 with a V8 engine and then went away again in 1972. The naming structure in those years went through many changes, so it can get a bit confusing. The station wagons were tied to certain model lines. The Brookwood was tied to the Biscayne line, which became entry-level in the late 1950's. When the station wagon was brought back in 1969, it was once again the entry-level car, below the Townsman, Kingswood, and Kingswood Estate. The Biscayne was discontinued in 1972, and so its station wagon line went with it. They are not very common on the classic car market, but they can be found online on sites like eBay, where parts are also available. There is a niche of collectors who focus on station wagons, so there is some market demand for these vehicles.
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