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#411450 - September 14th 2010 2:55 pm Re: 1967 FORD E-110 ?? [Re: Ky_Tim]
draggnastro Offline
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Registered: May 09th 2006 12:00 pm
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Loc: Springfield, Illinois
neat lookin truck! nice save. i speak no Fordish, so im lost as to what its supposed to have/look like.
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#411469 - September 14th 2010 4:10 pm Re: 1967 FORD E-110 ?? [Re: Ky_Tim]
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Registered: April 08th 2009 1:30 am
Posts: 162
Loc: central ontario canada
i had one the same the e110 was the window van the e100 was the panal
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#411473 - September 14th 2010 5:16 pm Re: 1967 FORD E-110 ?? [Re: Ky_Tim]
wouldsman Offline
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Registered: September 08th 2010 11:41 am
Posts: 7
Loc: Oregon
Love to Tim, thing is, the military plate is the only one I can find. It does however, claim that E11FHB13349 is the Manufactures S/N, for all thats worth!
I'm still waiting on the title, so It wont help at this point. Is there someplace else, engine, frame, etc, that would have the vin # stamp?
Thanks to all that have responded to this post, & I apologize for being such a pain in the backside
Regards Jerry

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#411526 - September 14th 2010 10:27 pm Re: 1967 FORD E-110 ?? [Re: wouldsman]
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Registered: May 13th 2007 10:06 am
Posts: 371
Loc: Ky
Jerry,I was noticing the side step and pop out windows so I checked my info and E110 is a Falcon in 67. The step and pop outs were optional on Econolines also but the step would rarely be seen on one. Theres several differents codes for the various model Falcons,even an E112,E114,E124,E135 and many more. They are all E100's though. Anything E11,E12,or E13 is a Falcon or station bus model.
I see all the emblems are removed from your van which makes it tougher. The horn button would say Falcon if its indeed a Falcon. A base Falcon would have a black steering wheel and a horn button and no interior rear side panels or fiberglass trim. A Custom or Deluxe model would have a white wheel and a horn ring,plus fiberglass window trim and rear interior panels. Also the heater box,battery box,doghouse,wheels, and mats would be color matched to the van instead of the normal black. Its possible the door is from a complete different vehicle. Hope that helps.
Lastly the VIN can be found on any 65-67 model on the floor hump top at the base of the rear doghouse panel. Its also on the rear brace by the spare tire/tail light.
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#411547 - September 15th 2010 1:33 am Re: 1967 FORD E-110 ?? [Re: Ky_Tim]
wouldsman Offline
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Registered: September 08th 2010 11:41 am
Posts: 7
Loc: Oregon
I'll see if I cant locate the Vin# in the morning, but as luck would have it, the steering wheel has been replaced w/ 1 of those little wooden ones that have the chrome horn cap I always wanted when I was a kid, but sadly, dont look quite as cool to me now as they did 35yrs ago!!
There are no rear interior panels or any sign (screw holes, etc,) that it ever had any. I'm glad you mentioned the step that is supposed to(I spaced it out) come out when the door is opened, but was stuck when I bought the van and hadnt been re-connected yet when the pics were taken. There was an old bed w/cabinets underneath, that I removed along w/ a sagging headliner made of paneling, other then that the only thing in the interior are the 2-bucket seats, battery box & dog house. Top of the dash and glovebox door are padded, & in great shape, but no fancy add-ons here, period!
Youve all been a huge help, I cant thank you enough..
Hey Tim, when we figure out if this is an econoline, club wagon or Falcon, maybe you could hook me up w/ some emblems.
Thanks Tim, u da man..

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#411556 - September 15th 2010 6:26 am Re: 1967 FORD E-110 ?? [Re: wouldsman]
Ky_Tim Offline
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Registered: May 13th 2007 10:06 am
Posts: 371
Loc: Ky
We'll get to the bottom of it one way or another. You didnt mention what color your dash pad,engine box,battery box,etc was. Colored would be a Deluxe model(DCW). Also on a custom (CCW) or a DCW there would be an exterior insulation blanket on the back and sides of the doghouse.
I see you are in Oregon. I have an Econoline buddy,Dennis Farris, near you that makes a lot of custom stuff for the E100's. Check out his website,just google D and D Disc Brakes. He is in Philomath.
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Constantly parting out E100 vans and trucks.
A100 parts also available

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#411595 - September 15th 2010 11:19 am Re: 1967 FORD E-110 ?? [Re: Ky_Tim]
wouldsman Offline
stranger

Registered: September 08th 2010 11:41 am
Posts: 7
Loc: Oregon
Cool, I'll check him out.
The doghouse does have the exterior insulation..
Thanks Tim.
Regards, Jerry

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