I saw this car last weekend and had to take a picture. I know nothing about it other than I saw it here in Houston. I can't find anything on the web about that style either-- some references to eight door station wagons, but no pictures or information.
I love the suitcases on the top and in the trunk.
The interior was over-the-top-- yellow and green complete with drive-through trays. That's all I have-- happy pictures.
UPDATE: Thank you to Tim Prass, Paula Prass's husband for giving me a hint. According to the web, it is not a Stretch Martin, but those words led to an article that called it the Checker Aerobus. Here's an excerpt from the article:
"Much more successful, however, was the Aerobus. Between 1962 and 1974, 3,341 were built for the hotel trade. This eight-door, 25ft station wagon, at one time listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's longest production car, was ideal for wafting two large families from airport to hotel. While Marathons had an economy, straight-six option (later a V6) or a diesel, the 5,000lb Aerobus had a 5.7-litre Chevy V8. It had a beefed-up GM400 automatic gearbox out of a van, and eight-stud lorry wheels and a reinforced chassis to take the weight."
There is also a website dedicated to the Checker Aerobus. (You knew there would be, yes?)