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Discussion in 'Non Mustang General Discussion' started by RapidRabbit, Jun 22, 2017.
It's only 111F here today so we should be good to work in the shop
My parents had a 68 Country Squire LTD. I witnessed that car did 120 MPH. A/C was ice cold.
Local guy that has a 67 coupe just had a 63 Galaxie wagon show up in his driveway this week.
Hands down, go for the '57. Find one that has patina and build up the mechanicals and interior, then drive it! I was actually looking for a '57 when I came upon this '65, and would still like to get into a '57 wagon.
That's a sharp wagon too.
I like that body style but ultimately want the older one. I'm still trying to figure out the differences in the model years.
I started this whole idea when I saw a 61 falcon wagon on local Craigslist.
Nice wagon. I always wanted a 61 Galaxie 500 or a Wagon... The fins are the kicker.....
I will just leave this here...
That thing has a radiator of justice. Might be 30 inches wide, look at the engine bay photo.
Not cheap. No idea on completeness but it is close. Might be too round for your taste and it is better suited for paint than rat rod but keeping a look out for ya!
Yeah I saw that one. I don't hate it but not exactly what I'm after.
Found this too. Cool, But too new.
What does it say about modern cars that rides everyone scoffed at a few decades ago now have such design appeal? I mean who would have ever thought old, boxy station wagons would now look so cool.
Wish I still had my parent's 68. But a tree fell across it about 15 years ago.
Alright, I'll say it.
I bet you get a "new" build done before ole' twinkle toes Terry gets his finished.
My money is on Pat
I like that one! I'd consider adding it to my collection.
And I too remember when you wouldn't be caught dead in a wagon. They had that soccer mom minivan vibe, but now they are a hot trend.
Maybe someday minivans will be cool? No. I doubt it.
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Found a possible candidate. It's in Minnesota. About 4 hrs from me. Only problem is getting over to look at it. I'm working every day for the next 2 weeks.
I'm going to contact him and see if he can send more pictures and find out the rust condition.
58 2 door Ford wagon.
one of my favorite! good luck
Being in Minnesota I just hope it's not rusted to hell.
And he has no title. Not sure how I feel about that. Have to do a bonded title.
how does a "bonded" title work? the no title stuff always seems tricky