Any "approaching quarter-century" GM without an entirely replaced front end suspension is long overdo. It could also be work done on the car, - miss-clocked coils or missing isolators, worn/missing shock cushions, rubbing exhaust on frame or drivetrain. Body cushions could be an issue - the only way is to get under and eyeball closely. Rear end same as front. Check loose gastank straps. Has the car ever been tweaked in a wreck? How old are the shocks anyway?
Basically, a million things, but sounds like susp. is best starting place. IDK ever hearing anything super exceptional with wagons v. any other B-/D-.
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