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timsweet:
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So I left a couple of photos out of the last post.  But I wanted to show (IMHO) a couple stars of the show and one of the strange one.

I covered the Galaxies and 500′s, however, here are a couple more:  (Come..on..you would be able to pick just one or two either!!!)

(In no particular order)

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Crown Victorian (before the exploding gas tanks and cop lights)

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Oh..the Chrome!!

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Did I mention the Chrome?

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Just look at that smile..I mean bumper!!!

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Not really comparable to the Crown Vic – this Starliner was, although not original, very nicely done.

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Ford Starliner with a little custom work.
 

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Oh..check out the intake setup on that Starliner!!!!
OK.. I know at least one of my readers will like this next car.

It is a 1965 Ford Mustang Station Wagon.  Originally a concept created by William Sibo (designer for Ford Motor Company).  He actually built this car from the original drawings.  Car is currently owned by Ken Berger.  The car now has a 429, rack and pinion steering C-6 auto trans, coil over suspension and power  brakes, A/C and stereo system.

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No Middle Road - Hate it or Love it.
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There you go!
I can’t get past the that rear end….but this helps:
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429 with that set up?...That 'ill haul wagon!
Thanks for reading.

Tim

BLACK09GT:
I see that Mustang Wagon advertised in the "for sale" section of the MCA magazine every month.  ::)  There's just something not right about turning a Mustang into a wagon.

MEXICAN:
Ford needs something to compete against the dodge magnum hemi, there you go :)

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