- Source: classiccarstodayonline

The four door mustang concept that you never knew

Ford is soon going to release its four-door Mustang which most of you think will be the first. But if you look through the dusty pages of history back to 1965 you will find that there was a four-door concept car.

This was the dream of Robert Cumberford (designer), Barney Clark (Blue Oval ad executive) and Jim Licata(their partner). Once the trio had finished they took it to Ford and other companies which turned it down.  

While the original was lost to time many individuals and aftermarket companies have created their own Mustang wagons based on the design. This gave us a peek at a Mustang that never existed.

What do you think?

What do you think of this Muustang if it was actually ever made into production? Are you glad it never made it into production or are you kind of sad? Let me know what you think in the comments below.

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Comments (5)
  • It’ll be the ruin of the 2-door Mustang, just like the Expedition was the ruin of the Bronco and the Explorer the Bronco II. Also the Trailblazer to the Blazer. Unless they get lucky like the 4-door Wrangler. Sells way more than the 2-door version but Heep has stuck to the original just fine so far. As long as it doesn’t look like a Ferrari FF, it should be popular.

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    • It might work as they have dropped the ford falcon in Australia and the fusion (still to be sold as a Mondeo in Britain) in America.

      1 month ago
  • Adding doors is the only concept that has ruined the looks and styling of cars than wind tunnel testing and aerodynamics.

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