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    Ford Fairlane Minivan

    Since Ford will probably be leaving then coming back to the minivan market why not start with this



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    Re: Ford Fairlane Minivan

    Very cool chop. Not sure if it should be more of a minivan or a cross between a minivan and a SUV. Good work.

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    Re: Ford Fairlane Minivan

    Great looker, though don't call it a minivan... call it a "family XUV". Minivan just brings the whole thing down a notch lol :p
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    Re: Ford Fairlane Minivan

    They need to figure out a method of moving the door to that position without having a track running down the length of the rear quarter panel.

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    They need to figure out a method of moving the door to that position without having a track running down the length of the rear quarter panel.
    Agreed... those tracks always bug me... lol
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    Re: Ford Fairlane Minivan

    When those tracks are hidden under the rear window, they are hardly noticeable.

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    Nice chop! Great lines... Ford design direction is really captured here.
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