Jonny Lieberman hates his job. And who wouldn't, we ask you? Hanging out at racetracks, driving two of the very coolest high-performance station wagons on the planet and, of course, dressing up funny for nobody's benefit but yours, Internet Denizen. Sounds terrible, right?

Seriously, though, we tend to get a bit jealous when we watch any new episode of Head 2 Head from Motor Trend, let alone when the cars being compared are the 2014 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG S 4Matic Wagon, and the 1952 Chrysler Town & Country Custom Wagon-based Icon Derelict. (Yeah, these cars have to be station wagons just to haul along those names.) The big-body Benz rocks all-wheel drive and is quicker to 60 miles per hour in than a Shelby GT500; the Icon hides a 6.1-liter Hemi V8 under bodywork that looks deliciously like a dog's breakfast. Just scroll down and hit the button, you know this one is worth your 16 minutes.

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