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This 1969 Ford Mustang Wagon Is Cool


There’s a lot we don’t know about the car in the images here. It’s listed as a 1969 Ford Mustang Wagon. Since Ford never made a 1969 Ford Mustang Wagon, this was some sort of DIY project. We are fans of wagons around here and this is a very cool car.

We wonder if this was some other Ford product that someone skillfully grafted the Mustang front clip onto or if this started as a 1969 Ford Mustang that someone skillfully grafted the wagon back onto. The only thing we aren’t very keen on is the rear hatch, which looks like it came off a Pinto (which it may well have come off of).

What we do know is that the car was for sale in Canda and had a 351 cubic-inch V8 under the hood that claimed to be in perfect running condition. The 351 is hooked to a 4-speed manual transmission. The car looks to have a Mach One hood complete with shaker scoop and is coated in what appears to be competition orange paint.

It has the hockey stripes similar to a 1969 Boss 302, which we presume is the look they were going for. The interior is enough stock Mustang that we think this was a 1969 Mustang that someone welded the hatch of a wagon to. We assume that the wagon section came off a Pinto. Wherever it came from, the entire project is clean and well done. check out this 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429.

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Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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  1. Juanito Ibanez

    This 1969 “station wagon” has BOSS 302 quarter panels (no top-of-the-quarter “scoops”) and coupe “pseudo-scoops” on quarter panels just behind the doors.

    It also has a pre-1968 three-spoke steering wheel.

    And the rear taillight panel is definitely `69 Mustang (the `70 panel is flat).

    I agree with the rear window and frame being from a Pinto “Runabout” hatchback..

    Oh; and it’s ‘Canada’ … not “Canda”. 😉

    1. Juanito Ibanez

      ADDENDUM: Got to remembering and realized that the coupe body also didn’t have the top-of-the-quarter “scoops”, so likely this started out as 1969 Mustang Grandé Coupe, as the Mach 1 package was only available in the ‘SportsRoof’ body style.

      More evidence of it being a `69 is the ignition key in the dash (it moved to the steering column in `70).

  2. Adithya Ramachandran

    I would love to see ford put out a Coyote powered wagon. Call it the Torino GT.


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