Theophilus Chin attempted to turn the Ford Mustang into a shooting brake but he describes the end result as being a hatchback.

Theophilus Chin attempted to turn the Ford Mustang into a shooting brake but he describes the end result as being a hatchback.

Although unlikely to happen, these renders have some historical foundation as the Blue Oval company did actually consider a wagon-like version of the original Mustang. Moreover, they actually built two full-size styling bucks but the project never received the green light for production.

There was also the "Hobo" project which was based on a 1955/56 Mustang convertible turned into a station wagon with a fiberglass roof. Designed by Arthur Camp and built by Joel Patrick, it was commercially available for $595 but it was never popular probably because it took 15 minutes to put the roof in position.

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Ford Mustang hatchback render is an attempt for a shooting brake conversion