Okay, Gator…congratulations on finding a big-block LTD wagon. I’ll give you credit where it’s due, a big-block station wagon is getting hard to find, regardless of who made it. And you even got a free set of Torque-Thrust style wheels in the deal, not bad. In fact, the only thing I can truly nit-pick about the Ford that can’t be easily changed involves the rear seats. Facing each other? You’re talking about war, but if you were to stick two kids that close to each other face-to-face and hit the open highway, by the time you hit the first rest stop they would look like the combined efforts of both Tyson vs. Holyfield fights. Not a smart move, if I must say. And according to the wording of the ad, you might want to see somebody about your peeling wood. It isn’t looking good lately…
If you want a BangShift-worthy Ford wagon, however, skip the Brady wagon and take a look at this 1965 Ford Country Squire. This is how you do it. It’s not a big-block wagon, but a 302 under the hood is no snoozer either. It still has the face-to-face rear seats so cross-country fist fighting is still a possibility. And just look how clean it is! The Brady wagon, by comparison, looks like a bad prop from The Walking Dead or Escape From L.A.
It may be a dead-on stocker, but what better way to start with a project? This beauty is as fresh as it gets, and even includes the 1965 Massachusetts inspection sticker in the center of the windshield! Wait…Massachusetts…you know who is close to this car? Yuuuuup!
Your move, boss. Trump this!