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Does anyone know if an 80s Ford Fairmont station wagon kit or conversion was ever produced and if so what donor kit would be used and where could I find one? My mom had one when I was a kid and as I got older I kinda miss that piece of junk thanks for your help.

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Futurattraction (Forum Member) has made Futura two doors in a stock and pro street configuration. That would be your beginning piece. They are resin bodies but would give you the beginnings for converting to a wagon. Fox platform based so a Mustang kit would donate the running gear/drive line.

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Thurattraction piece is quite nicely molded. I have one of his chassic pans that was a display piece he had at the show and would not sell it to the end of the show. Well I bought it and I know he made more mods to the master and I thought the display piece I got was nice initself. Just a few mods annd it will fit the Trumpeter Nova quite well. And Scott is a tremendous person to get anything in his product line or actually listen if you have an idea.

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Lindberg did a 1/32 Snapper back in the late 70's. I remember seeing it on the shelf. Never Bought one.

I'd like to find one.....Owned two real ones.......any info, box art, kit number...anything...anybody???

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I know the Lindberg kit was a Standard 2dr coupe, and Also

done as the Mercury Monarch twin

 

Wasn't Futura's Resin a Fairmount Futura, instead of a standard Fairmount?

NO Station wagon version was done from the Futura design

It was Called the "Baby T-Bird"

Looked like one

We had a Red one, and Mother HATED it

inline 6 could Not get out of its Own way!!!!

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The Lindberg kit mentioned was a Granada, not a Fairmont.

The Futurattraction Fairmont is a Futura, and is a Pro Stock car with modified wheel wells.  The caster sells a Zephyr grille for the kit if you want one.

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The Lindberg kit mentioned was a Granada, not a Fairmont.

The Futurattraction Fairmont is a Futura, and is a Pro Stock car with modified wheel wells.  The caster sells a Zephyr grille for the kit if you want one.

He also has a stock body too.

 

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He also has a stock body too.

 

I know he has been working on one and keep looking on his website to see if he has done it yet.  I see something in his "In the works" section today and it is "ON HOLD".

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The only US Fairmont wagons made were by Atlas in HO (1:87) scale. They offered several factory colors, and an unpainted version. I bought these two, should have bought them all because they are hard to find now. They also made a 4dr sedan.

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Both were also made in N scale, those are pretty nice, but very small.

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