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Stretched Chevrolet Station Wagon from the Milton Hershey School Joins the AACA Museum Collection

Posted March 25, 2015 9:00 AM by dstrohl

Buses were just too industrial for the Milton Hershey School in the early Sixties. Instead, the boarding school's administrators wanted to transport its students to and from student housing in a manner that more resembled typical family life. To do so, they commissioned a fleet of station wagons - extra long five-row 14-passenger station wagons - and now, decades after going out of service, one of the wagons has returned to Hershey, Pennsylvania, and will soon go on display at the AACA Museum.

See the custom vehicles left behind by Milton's endless generosity.

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