1990 E-150 Econoline shorty van short wheel base daily driver nice interior!!

Price: US $2,400.00 Item location: Howard Lake, Minnesota, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: E-Series Van
  • Type: Standard Passenger Van
  • Trim: Baseline
  • Year: 1990
  • Mileage: 59,120
  • VIN: 1FTDE14Y6LHA29968
  • Color: Brown
  • Engine size: 4.9
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Brown
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1990 Ford E-Series Van

Purchased from a family that babied this van every say they owned it. Reluctantly had to sell because they were moving. I enjoy it but honestly looking for an older van. Can't have two so time for somebody else to have it. Really in pretty decent shape for being a MN van. Appears as though it was repainted factory color early in its life. (Guessing from poor primer of that era) Does have small amounts of rust throughout the exterior. The drivers door bottom is definitely the worst. Strong running straight 6 fuel injected engine and a 3 speed automatic. Radiator and hoses replaced with new within last 3 years. New water pump and cat back exhaust within last month. Tires are older but have plenty of tread. Interior is surprisingly clean. Front drivers area a little dingy from every day use but would scrub up pretty easily. Carpeted and upholstered from front to back top to bottom. Because of the age I'm assuming is 159xxx miles but looking at the interior it could pass for 59xxx miles. This is the base model and has very limited options. AM radio no AC no tilt crank windows less things to go wrong! 2 ignition keys and one door key included. Dome light switch works on all doors and all doors open/close nicely. This is a nice example of an old vintage van. Please inspect pics closely and ask lots of questions. Feel free to text or call me @ 763-439-7060. Sorry no returns. Winning bidder responsible for any and all shipping costs and arrangements. Of course driving it home would be a very viable option also. Thanks