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Custom 1962 Ford Country Squire Lowrider Wagon
Quantity Views Date Posted
1 11159 10/20/2008
Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition
$44,000.00 None Auction Results
Description: Offered For Sale at the:
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
January, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona

Barrett-Jackson Auction Company
7400 E Monte Cristo Ave
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Phone: 480-421-6694
Facsimile: 480-421-6697
Website: www.barrett-jackson.com

Custom 1962 Ford Country Squire Lowrider Wagon
LotNumber 428
This 1962 Country Squire wagon combines a rare wood grain wagon with modern Hot Rod styling to achieve this incredible look. This is an amazingly original car with all original sheet metal and floor plans. The beautiful black paint and hand painted faux wood trim was done by Teddy Z who is nephew and apprentice to Hot Rod legend Bill Hines. The drivetrain consists of an original 390 engine that is rebuilt, the transmission was updated to a C6 and front disc brakes. The car rides on an Air Ride Technologies system and custom made 18" and 20" wing-nut wheels. The interior retains the original seat covers and door panels. The only major component replaced was the carpet. Other unique features include aluminum radiator, Concept-One Billet pulley and belt system and a new under dash air-conditioning system. To complete the surfer look, a custom surfboard with one-off Billet rack was added to the roof. Since completion the car has been chosen for an award at every Goodguys event it attended including a Rod & Custom Top 10 Pick in Nashville '06.
Keywords: Custom 1962 Ford Country Squire Lowrider Wagon


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