The idea of a Ford Mustang shooting brake isn’t new. In fact, quite a few custom creations have come to life over the years, mostly focusing on the first generation cars. Ford never offered such a thing from the factory, and to the best of our knowledge, nobody has tried the long roof treatment on a current-generation S550 Mustang. After watching this video from The Sketch Monkey, we rather wish somebody would take up the challenge.
This unofficial rendering doesn’t just stretch the top on any Mustang, either. The corner-carving Shelby GT350 is brought out of retirement and reborn as a slick shooting brake, and it wouldn’t be a bad rebirth in our opinion. Of course, Ford would never do such a thing and it’s understandable – the market for such a car is certainly very slim, and creating a new unibody for a small production run isn’t exactly cheap. That’s why such a move would have to take place in the aftermarket, but this video offers some strong motivation to make it happen.