He Brakes For Nobody: Coop's New Wheels

Apparently dissatisfied with his Model A's garage-sale-booty carrying capacity, Archduke Franz Coopinand requisitioned this '65 Falcon from fellow artist Keith Weesner. It's got a warm three-hundred-two inches of Ford Windsor under the hood and front disc brakes. He's threatening to install a slot car track in the back, which would essentially make it the coolest compact '60s wagon in just about any part of Los Angeles the man cares to drive it. Also, with two noted artistes counted among its owners, it may someday join the pantheon of the McGee/Scritchfield roadster and the Bumbeck Starion as an sigificant piece of Californian autocultural import. Barrett-Jackson 2030, anyone?

I Brake For Garage Sales: 1965 Ford Falcon Station Wagon [Positive Ape Index]

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