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Yup I found the picture in my collection. but no other information.

boston_jack's real........this photo (from my searches) is located in Santa Rosa, California (not dated).........and here's another photo of this car at a T-Bird show (stroll down to a bright yellow T-Bird) and in the background you'll see this T-Bird station wagon): (date difficult to pin down)..........


In any event, a really sweet ride.


A rare Bird for sure . . .


When this was posted by mr_vic_ss a few years ago he wrote:

"I get an inspiration and then search for results that I can learn from. In this case Hemmings Motor News,, Special Interest, had an article looking for the builder of a black one like this. So, I started, and only came up with this red one. Now someone could have painted it? But the search drew a blank as to the builder. It was a pinterest? with no information. I guess they just liked the picture looks. I was happy to find this car and decided to keep the picture in my files. I liked it so much that I shared it, and had fun doing the puzzle. They must have seen the Corvette station wagon show model, and wanted a Tbird like it?

And yes this is a '57. I was referring to the change Tbird got a 4 passenger model in '58. Since this one seems to be able to carry 4 people.:


I am awed! I never knew this existed. From your comment mustang 67, I gather this must be some kind of concept car? a custom? Can you elaborate? And RickAgain, I agree. This car is VERY stylish!

If Ford had built something like this in '55, it might have out nomaded the Nomad at the Country Club.


The '57 is my favorite T-bird. As a wagon it looks pretty good. Too bad Ford didn't actually produce it. Nice puzzle.