If you understand Vanning then you should immediately get excited
for this 1974 Ford Econoline Custom Van. It is an unapologetic full
custom machine inside and out. And it's even backed by V8 power
with proper side pipes.
This is a full metallic mural devoted to subculture, which gives it
an instant kind of cool. And with an extended roof fan, that means
there's plenty of room for both double full-length lighting
graphics as well as two full sets of flame pinstriping. More than
just the graphics package, there's a tone of custom work with the
front air dam with integrated driving lights and wide fender
flares. Plus, there's some nice brightwork on the polished 15-inch
wheels and working side pipes. In total, we don't have to tell you
this is unique and memorable, because this announces that from
If you're going to be king of the road, you need a proper throne.
That's why the front has two plush button-top captain's chairs with
individual armrests. You have provisions for some interesting
upgrades like an AM/FM/CD/DVD stereo w/subwoofers and a microwave
(these may require additional servicing.) But the modern pieces are
not what really attract you to this van. Instead, this has the true
classic vanning feeling with shag carpeting on all the sides,
including up front. Wood panel floors, blue tinted windows, and
custom purple velvet-like furniture complete the old-school
open-road style. And the extended roof means it's genuinely easy to
stand up in the back.
Ford's 302 cubic-inch V8 is the right partner for a stout and
torquey powerplant. It runs smooth like a proper road machine
should. Plus, the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission
gives you proper control and an old-school feel. Modern touring
tires with extra meaty rear ones and the deep tones of the side
pipes are all part of a true custom cruiser package.
This is a very distinct custom as well as a useful tall-roof
vintage van that can accommodate your own personal project. And the
affordable price makes it all attractive. Call today!!!