Do you ever find a listing for a car that leaves you with more questions than answers? What about a sedan delivery version of the infamous Chevy Vega that has a modernish DOHC V6 shoved under the hood. Where did that V6 come from? Why would you not include that little sprinkle of information in […]
We posted that last Mustang because it seemed like good deal for a vintage Mustang, but that was before I stumbled on this next thing. Well, it feels like a two Mustang day. But I feel like I’ve seen this car before. We’ve certainly featured some Mustang Wagons in the past…and those flowers in the […]
The world as changed a great deal in the past 6 months. Buying habits, selling habits, living habits, hygiene habits …just about everything has changed in some fashion due to the coronavirus, except for the awesomeness of a Wagonstang. Because a first generation Mustang converted into a sedan delivery vehicle transcends even the worst plague of the 21st Century. It isn’t in the best shape, but it’s not like Mustang Shooting Brakes are easy to find. Find this 1966 Ford Mustang Wagon offered for $8900 in San Diego, CA via craigslist. Tip from Fueltruck.
Find this 1940 Ford Sedan Delivery here on eBay offered for $18,500 buy-it-now with 2 days to go, located in Champaign, IL. From eBay: Originally In Idaho, I bought it in California, shipped to Illinois. I have Copy of Cal. title and clear Ill. title in my name! and have made contact with 1973 Utah […]
Update: This 1966 Ford Breadstang is still for sale from the same dealer in Lakeland, FL. Find it here on eBay, currently bidding for $25,100 reserve-not-met with 2 days to go. DT’s cub reporter Hunsbloger has this theory that the best money is almost always offered at the first auction, but we’ll see if […]
The Falcon sedan delivery was a bread-van shaped 2-door sold in the first and second generation Falcon platform for light commercial use. The Falcon name was also used on the larger Econoline Van, but that was called the Club Wagon and was a significantly larger vehicle with a cab forward setup. Regular readers will remember […]
Imagine it is 1967 at the Shelby factory in Venice, CA. Mr. Shelby notices that his cowboy hat is dirty and the stockroom is out of modified lower control arms. You get the nod from the shop foreman, and you need to get new LCAs at the supplier in Whittier and pick up a new […]