1969 Ford Econoline 300 SuperVan, it is a 1 ton workhorse with 8
lug rims, there were only 40,000 manufactured. Although I put 15"
rims on it for ease of tire replacement on road trips between NM
and AZ, the original wheels and hubcaps are still here. The engine
was a factory upgrade in 1969 to a 302. It has a C4 automatic
transmission, driveshaft with center bearing, and the heavy duty
original factory Dana rear with full floating axles. A couple years
ago I completely restored the brakes and axle seals. I also welded
a trailer hitch to the rear frame, centered and balanced it. I have
pulled trailers a few thousand miles with it without problems. The
two barrel carburetor was rebuilt, replaced the fuel pump 4 years
ago, and installed a high flow Melling oil pump. Also installed a
new radiator 4 years ago and an additional chrome overflow tank.
The interior was empty when I purchased the vehicle, no back seats.
It has the two original front seats and engine cover. I do not
recall the exact mileage, it is somewhere around 50,000 miles but
it is a 5 digit odometer. A 2011 tornado in Arizona pitched gravel
against the drivers side and made numerous nicks in the paint.
While in the dry AZ desert it wasn't an issue but now that it's in
CA the coastal air is causing those nicks to rust a bit. So it
needs to be sanded and painted. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT