Ford Mustang Station Wagon

Ford never offered the Mustang as a station wagon, but that didn't stop car modders from creating their own:

The story goes that in 1966 Italian coach builder Intermeccanica built a Mustang station wagon for advertiser Barney Clark and designer Bob Cumberford which showed up in many car magazines of the day. Supposedly Ford had a Mustang wagon in design stages around the same time but scrapped the program shortly after the Intermeccania cars appeared. The Intermeccania cars are often mistaken for a factory concept.

Pictured above is a non-Intermaccania conversion, currently on sale on eBay. You can view several more pictures at the link.

Link via Jalopnik

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ah, the mustang. i had two '67s in high school. traded one for a '95 saleen. i thought about making one of my '67s a hardtop convertible. just didn't have the time or money. plus it was my daily driver so i couldn't be without transportation. this one here looks like they really put some time into it. on my last computer i had some black and white pictures of a mustang wagon that the caption said was a concept built by ford and it had a door that opened at the back, this one here doesn't look like it does.
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I thought that there was something peculiar about this car, besides being a Mustang, then it hit me: it’s a station wagon with two doors. Weird but interesting.
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