Like two drops of water, right? In 1966 – when the Mustang had just been on the market for two years – Ford was thinking about a station wagon variant. As can be seen on the accompanying photos, a full-size model was even manufactured, but the management nevertheless canceled the plan. The same happened with the four-door Mustang, of which a design study was also built.
Apparently the idea for a practical Mustang was dusted off again in 1976, because this concept car, designed by the Italian design house Ghia, is from that year. Striking is the (fake) wood on the sides: something that was a popular option on station wagons and SUVs in America of the fifties, sixties and seventies.
Ford has never built a Mustang with a large boot, but that doesn’t mean that such models don’t drive around. Designer Robert Cumberford, for example, drew a shooting brake variant of the first-generation Mustang, which he had made by the Italian Intermeccanica. It stayed with one copy. Many classic Mustang Stations are the result of home industry.
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