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Is it just me, or does this custom Mustang stationwagon restomod looks awesome?
Don't laugh to hard on the "pick-up" idea. Several years ago I saw a picture of one as well as someone had done a stretch limo. A bunch of years ago, there was one that the body of a '65 or '66 had been put on a 4X4 frame. Saw it on the running on the streets a couple of times.
'65 I6 to '13 V6 and let Ford do the work!
I like the Mustang Nomad. The Mustang Ranchero is actually called a Mustero. I can't say I like it as much as the wagon.
I agree with the comment about exhaust. If possible it should go over the axle. I see no reason it couldn't have been done that way on the Nomad. Having said that, I have seen several instances where it was not possible to do so, Iskwezm for example is one, that would have been really difficult to do, if it even could have been done.
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