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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Tuck, Jun 28, 2017.
Nice Fordor wagon conversion.
@‘Mo any more of that wagon conversion? Very tasteful!
Sorry, brEad, That's it for now. (I love it!)
Nice hood treatment on this '59!
^^^^^^ this one^^^^^^^
Sits and looks awesome!!!!!
Mo I thought I posted this question before but cannot find it, so I'm trying again. Do you have any info on the red and white car? I wonder if they are the same car?
My info has the car constructed from a two door wagon, and fitted with Crown Victoria roof trim.
This one has some tasteful customizing. I love the new hood line!
Thanks Mo, I would say it's a different car because the roof trim is different.
Am I looking at a 55/56 Ford station wagon with a 57/8 Ranchero cabin area?
That seems like a sure bet!
^^^wow, altogether that is hideous. A lot of time and energy went into that paint job but I eel it misses the mark, and that wheel and tire combination is atrocious!!^^^
I agree but I bet it was the latest and greatest, it's got a drirt track stance with the wide tires.
Yea, I agree. And it was probably a real show stopper back in the day...... ...but....
I'd hate to see it after a mud puddle...LOL
A bit on the edge of being HAMB friendly, but this 62 Fairlane conversion looks really well done.
Just change the wheels, I like it!
I'd drive it just like that!
When I was like 12 years old I was really big into building models. I took a Big Foot model and combined it with a 1957 ranchero and painted it Metalflake sapphire blue and trimmed it out. It was so rad...
BUT THIS THING... ok seriously... makes me want to build a street freak ranchero.
I know the builder. He does nice work. I liked this one better, when the roof went all the way to the back, in it's pre-Ranchero days.
Dick Dean's. (again).
Skirts, raked, and so right it hurts!
What'ya gonna do?
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