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After a few failed attempts by their own styling studios, Detroit turned to craftsmen like Gene Winfield, George Barris, Dean Jeffries, Bill Cushenbery, Darryl Starbird, and the Alexander Brothers to add their custom touches to factory cars. From this, the "Ford Custom Car Caravan" was born. Ford, and later Mercury, offered new cars to these artists to add their new, custom ideas. During this time, Winfield customized a Falcon, an LTD, and Econoline van for Ford, and a Comet convertible for Mercury.

This is one of several cars Winfield built for the "Ford Custom Car Caravan." The "Pacifica" was based on an Econoline Pickup and featured an asymmetric design.

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