Yes for the E91 with all wheel drive and 6mt. Limited numbers came to the US between 06-12. I own two, it is the most amazing car ever built if you are able to maintain it yourself. As they age they start to break the bank.
Coronet wagons from the period—including the all-steel versions in 1951–52—are worth 635 percent more than same-model sedans and 422 percent more than two-doors in #2 condition. The average value of a 1949–50 Coronet wagon is $76,400, while the 1951–52 version is $16,600.
If a 1952 wagon costs $16,600 and that is 635% more than a sedan, then a 1952 sedan costs ($16,600)/(1+6.35) = $2,258.50
Plus, the author didn't say there weren't others that could be added to the list based on that point (and great making-of-the-point, @AG1962 ) - he merely said this is a list of 7 of them. He didn't say the top 7 or even his favorite 7. And really, I don't get the sense that he just picked them at random - he has all of the data from Hagerty files to make his claim about them. All of the folks who are saying, "why did you leave off X,Y and Z?", or "I would add the ******* to this list" are only expressing their opinions if they aren't backing it up with data. (Not that there's anything wrong with having opinions - I even have some! - but attacking the author because he didn't share your particular opinion when he was relying on facts to write his list is kind of unfair, IMO (there, see? I expressed my opinion! 😋)