Ford Mustang Shooting Brake Concept
When they presented the Mustang in 1964, it became a worldwide hit. In fact, Ford sold a million examples in just a year and a half after the introduction. As with all popular cars, customizers started presenting their visions of this popular pony car. But one of the notable custom creations was the Mustang station wagon.
Ford noticed the trend, so in 1966, it presented the prototype of a three-door, shooting brake-style station wagon loosely based on the 1969 design. The Ford managers saw the potential in a roomier version of the Mustang since the long roof didn’t affect the sleek profile. Also, the sporty appeal of the original design also offered much more practicality and comfort.
However, Ford never introduced the Mustang Wagon to the public as an official concept. In fact, Ford decided to stick with low production costs and standard body styles, which is a shame.