In the greatest song ever, Surf City, Jan and Dean joyously sing, "Got a 30's Ford Wagon and they call it a woody." I love wood paneled cars, which once were actually paneled with actual wood. You can see why people would be really into their cars and posing with them back then.
Citroens are oh so mod and space age. I love the curved backs and little taillights. Like most old cars, they seem like they have a face, as opposed to the faceless molded gray drone cars we drive today.
I also really like these late 70's-era Wagoneers with wood paneling. A precursor to 80's cars, which tend to be sporty and boxy.
For an economy model, I love the 80's era Le Cars, which you rarely see on the road these days:
It goes with your Le Bag:
What about these sneering 70's sedans and two-doors that are like twenty feet long?
1957 Ford Station Wagons:
And a 50's Buick Ad: the interior! The fins!