LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1967 Ford Country Sedan Wagon
There likely isn’t a baby boomer alive that hasn’t ride in a station wagon at one time or another. These land yachts could carry up to 8 passengers, with plenty of room for all their luggage up on the roof rack. The standard engine for the 1967 Ford Country Sedan Wagon was the straight-six, but buyers now had quite a few more powerful options to choose from. One was the 289-cu.in. small-block V-8, which developed 200hp with a two-barrel carburetor. The other optional V-8s were a 250hp 352-cu.in. four-barrel and a 390-cu.in. big-block, available in either 265hp two-barrel trim or as a four-barrel version that made a meaty 315hp. The top gun was a 428-cu.in. 345 hp V-8; very few wagons were so equipped. Only 206 came factory equipped with the 428ci engine and C6 Automatic making this one of the most desirable station wagons ever produced.
This ultra-rare wagon was sold new at High Performance Ford dealer Mel Burns in Long Beach, California on 11/08/66. His dealership sold and delivered many original Shelby Cobras and Shelby Mustangs. This car was factory ordered in the attractive Brittany Blue paint scheme with a matching 6B Blue Vinyl interior. This wagon came highly optioned from the factory, the most important of all being the Q-Code big block 428ci Engine backed by a C-6 Automatic Transmission. Other options include Factory Air Conditioning, Deluxe Trim, Closed Crankcase Emission System, Exhaust Emission Control, Power Rear Window, Power Side Windows, Power Drum Brakes, Power Steering, AM Radio, Rear Seat Speaker, Tinted Glass, Deluxe Seat Belts, Manual Right Hand Mirror and Remote Control Left Hand Mirror. No one can deny the cool factor of a station wagon outfitted with a 428ci engine that spent the better part of its life on the west coast.
They are extremely rare, as only 206 were factory built with this engine and transmission combination. How many are left today? It is the ultimate sleeper that can still carry 8 passengers!