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Hey guys. I noticed the subject of a Mustang wagon pops up evey once in a while so I figured I'd whip up a couple of quick renderings and put in my two cents worth.The black and white image shows some of the body detail.

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The second image is in bright yellow.

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But my favorite is the Olympic Edition.

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So let the debate begin. Would it be worth cutting up a base fast back to build one of these Sport Backs ?
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#2
Great work!
I think it depends on the individual if he thinks it's worth cutting one up for conversion.
If I had the skills and the base car to start with I probably would. :-)
You know what I've been pondering for a while?
A Ranchero on a 71-73 Mustang basis. Kinda like the Torino based one. :-)

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#3
You know, I was kind of pondering the same thing Mike. I think the Mustang may be long enough to make a Ranchero varient look proportional. I'll see if I can put one together for tomorrow.
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luxstang;160319 Wrote:Great work!
I think it depends on the individual if he thinks it's worth cutting one up for conversion.
If I had the skills and the base car to start with I probably would. :-)
You know what I've been pondering for a while?
A Ranchero on a 71-73 Mustang basis. Kinda like the Torino based one. :-)


Really nice work - too cool.

Lux, the 72 Australian Ute is really close to a 72 Mustang - Ranchero.

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Ray

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Boss1Ray;160324 Wrote:
luxstang;160319 Wrote:Great work!
I think it depends on the individual if he thinks it's worth cutting one up for conversion.
If I had the skills and the base car to start with I probably would. :-)
You know what I've been pondering for a while?
A Ranchero on a 71-73 Mustang basis. Kinda like the Torino based one. :-)


Really nice work - too cool.

Lux, the 72 Australian Ute is really close to a 72 Mustang - Ranchero.

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Ray
That is cool...I like it
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#6
You got that right Ray!

Look how close this one looks...


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John
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#7
Xb wagon

Or knock about 5 inches out the roof of a panel van

Lo lid xc


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Luke;160343 Wrote:Xb wagon

Or knock about 5 inches out the roof of a panel van

Lo lid xc

There you go...it's been done! I say go for the panel van! Big Grin
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