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It’s an often-told story about the Mustang station wagon built in 1965, but spotting Gloria Hoskiko’s white-with-blue-stripes G.T. 350 wagon at the Fabulous Fords Forever show at Knotts Berry ...
1965 Ford Mustang Station Wagon 5.0L This is another incredible car, auctioned on eBay for US $59,900.00. The mythical Mustang wagon it has persisted since the earliest days of the Mustang, and even Ford had proposals on the drawing board.
A 1965 Mustang Station Wagon. While there were rumors of a Mustang station wagon in the 1960s, nothing ever seemed to have been produced. A Mustang enthusiast decided to turn a 1965 Mustang Coupe into a 1965 Mustang station wagon.
Mustang Wagon: 1965 Mustang. December 2, 2011 1 Comment. I’m a big fan of Mustangs and I’m a big fan of vintage station wagons, so its seems a given that a Mustang wagon would be a perfect fit of sportiness and quirkiness for me, butI have to admit I’m on on the fence about this one.
1965 Ford Mustang Station Wagon by Miguel Caparros This article was prompted by a posting from Sam Fiorani, another automotive historical journalist on his website, Automotive Travel about the sale of a recently built 1965 Ford Mustang Station Wagon.
1965 Mustang Wagon - Tribute To A Wagon Once a $100 parts car, this handsome hauler was built to replicate the Intermeccanica Mustang concept wagon from 1965
The fate of the original Mustang Station Wagon remains a mystery. Some say it is rotting in a field somewhere, while others claim it was crushed by Ford. The Mustang Station Wagon built by Joe Kamp is likely the finest example of this long-lost idea still in existence.
This may seem more like a unicorn than a Mustang, but sure enough before your eyes is a custom 1965 Ford Mustang Station Wagon built by Joe Kamp. It’s also now available for sale for $54,900 and ...
Lost and Found overflow – Mustang station wagon, fact or fiction? ... by a reader of a 1966 (or thereabouts) Shelby G.T.350 station wagon, along with a claim that Ford actually built two Mustang station wagons around that time. ... the company actually built the wagon in 1965: A Mustang Station Wagon prototype was built for the W. J. Thompson ...
Another early Mustang station wagon has appeared over the years at the annual Fabulous Fords Forever show at Knott’s Berry Farm. Like the one I featured above, it’s very well done and as I recall the last time I saw it, it was for sale.