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Saw a dark green fairlane station wagon the other day in the Melbourne CBD!! Couldnt believe my eyes!

Anyone seen or heard of something like this??!?

Maybe they are going to release a luxury Estate wagon - the rear of it looked like a normal AU station wagon while the front was all fairlane.

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Yeah I was going to ask if Ford was designing a new styled hearse ( guess its about time they did lol )

It didnt look any bigger than a normal station wagon hmmmm

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I reckon it might be a falcon wagon with fairlane front,
 

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I dont think that Ford make Hearse Fairlanes, they would be built by an aftermarket company, probably by the same people who make the Limo versions too.
 

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Not too sure but I think the Hilliers Bros have their fingers in the Hearse pie? It was more than likely a Fairmont wagon with the front sheetmetal of a Fairlane. Must've looked pretty cool though..:cool:
 
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I think ive seen them cars. There used for funerals and the wagon space is used fro the coffin. Ive seen many EA-EL's Failane Station Wagons but this is the first Au
 
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Also, what does everyone think about the Falcon Taxi Wagons for disabled people.
 

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We had to signwrite one of those cars for the ACT Dept of Health. They are an awesome piece of machinery. The way they are set up is unreal. The one I drove (just across the carpark) was set up for both normal and disable drivers. You could do everything with your hands. Brake, accelerate, steer (obviously). You would've needed some specialist driver training to do it all at once though. I tried and near rooted the car!!..:D
 
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Ford Man said:
We had to signwrite one of those cars for the ACT Dept of Health. They are an awesome piece of machinery. The way they are set up is unreal. The one I drove (just across the carpark) was set up for both normal and disable drivers. You could do everything with your hands. Brake, accelerate, steer (obviously). You would've needed some specialist driver training to do it all at once though. I tried and near rooted the car!!..:D
Get to do any donuts? lol

What bout the wagons with high roof at the back
 

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Nah she was too bulky to do 'em!!. The high back makes it hard to use the rear view mirror but they do have these stick on mirror type thingies on the rear glass to help with vision at the rear.
Pretty solid car all up.
 

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Ford have a project known as coleman-milne SVP.

It is a Fairmont wagon with LTD front, trim etc....
comes up everywhere in the parts catalogue and on VIS (FMC vehicle info system) but there is no clear explanation for it!

Been wondering about that one myself.
 
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