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Custom 1966 Ford Mustang Delivery Wagon for Sale

Remember when Mustang chief engineer Dave Pericak said that Ford briefly considered a hatchback body for the 2015 pony? Or the shooting brake rendering we reported about shortly after?
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Some crazy ideas, huh? Well, then how about a Mustang-based delivery wagon? We’re aware that most of you weren’t happy with the idea that Ford could’ve built a hatchback 2015 Mustang, but the one you’re about to see below looks better than you might think.

We’re talking about a first-generation 1966 Mustang that’s been modified into a two-door wagon. The vehicle was constructed as a show car bu a professional Mustang restorer, who chopped off the roof and the trunk to may way for a roof panel and hatch assembly from a Volvo 240 DL.

The “muscle wagon” features a bespoke cream interior, bucket seats with period correct inserts, a folding rear seat, a fiberglass hood and a custom Purple Metallic paint job.

Things become extremely interesting under the hood, where this one-of-a-king pony hides a 514-cubic-inch (8.4-liter) V8 powerplant provided by Jon Barrett Hot Rod Engines. There’s no word on how many horses are being sent to the wheels, but we bet the vehicle has more than 500 hp at its disposal.

Awarded with Mustang Club of America’s Pinnacle Award for Best Restomod last year, the wagon was driven for only 200 miles since the modifications were completed. Located in Florida, the Mustang is up for auction via eBay and sits at $35,100 with two more days to go.

 
 
 
 
 

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