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1971 Ford econoline e150 60k miles one owner - $15,500 (Grayslake)
#770723 February 05th 2021 2:23 pm
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I'd say it's a 1981.

Ford Van

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Re: 1971 Ford econoline e150 60k miles one owner - $15,500 (Grayslake)
KeVan #770731 February 05th 2021 2:40 pm
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I love it...
But...

For $15,500 it better not look like a $2500 car under the hood.
I don't consider myself an expert...
but maybe I should start?
lol lol

Edit: I really like that it has a second story deck.
lol


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Re: 1971 Ford econoline e150 60k miles one owner - $15,500 (Grayslake)
Rusty_Pancelode #770734 February 05th 2021 2:50 pm
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The repositioning of the starter solenoid was a good idea but attaching it with a wire tie not so much.

Originally Posted by Rusty_Pancelode
I love it...
But...

For $15,500 it better not look like a $2500 car under the hood.
I don't consider myself an expert...
but maybe I should start?
lol lol

Edit: I really like that it has a second story deck.
lol


KeVan
'87 Ford Econoline 150
'07 Dodge Magnum SXT
Re: 1971 Ford econoline e150 60k miles one owner - $15,500 (Grayslake)
KeVan #770736 February 05th 2021 2:58 pm
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I thought those were fuse blocks for an upgraded electrical system.

I've literally got a car I bought from a junkyard that looks better under the hood.
lol

Edit: Nevermind... I see the solenoid on the passenger side.

Last edited by Rusty_Pancelode; February 05th 2021 3:00 pm.

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Re: 1971 Ford econoline e150 60k miles one owner - $15,500 (Grayslake)
KeVan #770741 February 05th 2021 4:41 pm
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Kevan: It could of been worse; he could of used Duct tape. I think that guy has been living in that van "long before" the "Rona" came to town.


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