1967 Ford Econoline Heavy Duty Extended Wheel Base Super Van
Price: US $4,950.00 Item location: Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: E-Series Van
- SubModel: Heavy Duty
- Type: Van
- Year: 1967
- Mileage: 99,999
- VIN: e16aha73957
- Color: Blue
- Engine size: 300 CI
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: C4 Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Blue
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1967 Ford E-Series VanThis is a 1967 Ford Econoline Long Wheel Base Heavy Duty Super Van.
The van runs drives and stops. It has a Ford 300 CI straight six out of a mid 70's bronco. It is said to have an aproximate 60k on it (via previous owner) and it runs nicely. It has a brand new Weber 38x38 carburetor on it which really gives it some power over the stock single barrell carburetor.
The exhaust needs replacing as it is old and leaky.
The c4 automatic works nicely and was said to have been rebuilt in 2008 and has less than 5k on it since.
The brakes work but really need to be adjusted and bled. They are no leaks or anything, just need to be adjusted.
The interior is as shown. The rear floor has been coated and does not appear to have any rust or repairs. The front floors do have about a 10" x 10" area on each side that have some rust that has been fiber glassed over. Other than that the floors are very solid.
The lights on the van work but the brake lights do not. I beleive it is the switch. The fuel gauge also does not work. Horn also needs attention.
The exterior of the van is nice and has an older repaint. It does have some scratches and bubbles here and there. The only bad part about the exterior is the rear door. The old door that was on it got smashed beyond repair and was replaced with the door shown... it is rusty and need repair.
Has new tires on it.
The van is a great running project. I would plan on towing home as the brakes need to be properly adjusted and bled.
Van is sold as is. Please feel free to ask me anything about the van. I want to be sure you understand what you are purchasing before making an offer
Thanks for looking!