The Chevrolet Parkwood was a station built the Chevrolet in the model years 1959 to 1961. He was a wagon version of the Bel Air and formed the middle offering in the Chevrolet station wagon range this year. Among the ranked Brookwood, about the luxury version of Nomad.
All Parkwood the model years 1959 and 1960 had six seats, whereas the Kingswood, the other Bel-Air combo in this period always nine seats offered. In 1961 there was the Parkwood in both seating combinations and the Kingswood fell out of the program, its name but returned back in 1969. 1962 disappeared the Parkwood and all Chevrolet station wagons were given the names of the corresponding sedan ranges. Throughout his three -year production period, there was the Parkwood with six-cylinder or V8 engines.