Wagon buyers were well catered for with five variations spread through three series to choose from. The top of the line Nomad lost its original unique 1955-7 styling, sharing the basic four-door body with its lesser brethren, which were also available with two doors. The Brookwood catered for the middle ground and the Yeoman, the subject of our model, was the basic no-frills version. With a price range straddling the two and a half thousand dollar mark and a choice of 6 cylinder or V8 power units, the Yeoman was a lot of wagon for the money. Sales were steady through the wagon range, all achieving roughly three and a half thousand sales apiece.