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Well, I like the gas pedal.
 

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neat wagon. push buttons remind me of my dads dodge coronet. :gba:
 

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Buick and Olds had some wagon rooflines with style in the late 50s also. Better looking cars than the Merc. Our Nomad specialized parts guy Madmooks has had a couple of these.
 

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Hemmings ad for a 4-dr HT SW with slanted B pillar, ribbed roof, tailgate trim, etc... :)
That's the C pillar.


It needs about $5K worth of interior and it's missing some hood and rear end trim pieces. The bumpers look like they've been painted.
 

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How do you figure that David? It's the 2nd pillar... first one behind the windshield pillar.
  • The A pillar is at the windshield
  • The B pillar would be at the rear of the front door but is missing in this model. The support piece for the rear door can be considered to be the B pillar.
  • The C pillar is at the rear of the rear door
  • The D pillar is at the rear of the car

 

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I found a photo Jay! (not sure what year it is but obviously a Mercury 'knockoff' of GM's Nomad/Safari styling)... :)



Does anyone know what years Mercury built the Voyager hardtop / wagons?
 
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