"Camry grew up for 1992. The third generation model was larger in every dimension than the previous model, and Camry became classified as "midsize". Engines were now 2.2L four-cylinder units (producing almost as much power as the previous V-6, but with four-cylinder economy), and 3.0L V-6s. Due to dwindling sales and high engineering costs, Toyota dropped the All-Trac model. Domestic production soared and TMM became the sole production facility world-wide for the Camry station-wagon."
This is incorrect. I was employed at AMI Toyota at the time in Australia. We were producing wagons and did so untill the introduction of the GEN 4.
That history is the one for United States. The Toyota Camry Wagon (a.k.a Toyota Camry Gracia Wagon in Japan) went up to Gen4. If your interested in how it looked, it looked something like this (got this one below off web)
I also have 2 pictures of the Gracia that I took in Japan. I must say the Camry Gracia is more "nicer" as the Japan/Asia model has the fog lamps with the chrome trim going around the car. From what I heard, they didn't put the Gen4 wagon on the U.S market because of the poor sales from the Gen3 wagon.
The Toyota Camry has indeed come a long way! And take note, they have one of the most excellent auto parts and accessories in the market together with the wide availability of Toyota parts not only in local stores but in the net as well.