With Pod and Boat: 1963 Ford Country Sedan Wagon

The Radio Flyer Forester from the other day was questioned for its stance and aerodynamic efficiency, but personally I found the entire setup very cool from a novelty perspective.  Suppose for a minute that the builder was into boats instead of kid’s wagons and classic muscle instead of turbo Scoobs…would he have built this 1963 Ford Ford Country Sedan Wagon with pod and boat offered for $15,000 in Seattle, WA via craigslist?  Tip from FuelTruck.

The Ford Country Sedan was a full sized 6 or 9 passenger wagon built on
the full sized Ford sedan platform starting in 1952 and ending in 1974
when it was superseded by the LTD Wagon.  The big wagon lineup was
based on the Galaxie and the Country Sedan featured subdued painted sides instead of the
faux wood trim of the Country Squire.

This Country Sedan is not your average rusty old wagon because it comes with a boat, but it is also customized — per the seller:

Thunderbird 390 with factory AC which is complete. She is 17ft of
glorious Detroit Iron wrapped in real rich mahogany and Maple-with some
side slabs of faux woody paneling just for good measure. Heck, even the
taillight rings are faux woody. The roof pod is a work of functional
art. Made by local craftsman.

The simu-wood side paneling looks a bit unfinished, but otherwise this thing is one cool customer.

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