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1974 E200 Custom Club Wagon w/ Long Wheelbase (123.5 inchs) and 302 V8 All Glass

1974 Ford E-Series Van Club Wagon

Make: Ford
Model: E-Series Van
Type: Extended Passenger Van
Trim: Club Wagon
Year: 1974
Mileage: 150,000
VIN: E22GHU41119
Color: Green
Engine: 302 V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 3 on the tree
Drive type: RWD
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Leesburg, Virginia, United States

Description for Ford E-Series Van 1974

You are looking at what can best be described as a diamond in the rough. It is my 1974 Ford CustomClub Wagon. In doing some research on this van I have come across the following information that I am now posting here. It was built at the Lorain, Ohio assembly plant in May of 1974. It is a long wheel base E200 Custom Club Wagon. It has its original 302V8 motor. Now in looking at this Van you can tell that it is so cool, but..... it needs work. I brought this van in the hopes of restoring it. That's not going to happen. Our life plans have changed and there is no money for something like this in our lives. So my loss is your gain. I am stating the bidding low with a low reserve price and a good buy it now price. The winning bidder will need to pick it up as it does not currently run. If you have any question, please feel free to email me. I have interior photos however for what ever reason I could not load them The interior has one seat and that is the drivers seat, no passenger seat and no seats in the back.There is an immediate payment with Buy It Now and a $500 dollar deposit with in 24hrs for all other transactions. The buy will be responsible for the pick up of the Van. One last thing, the mileage is listed as 150000, the true mileage is unknown.

Up Date: I forgot to add the following: The Van does not currently run, it will need to be towed to its new home. The breaks where working but the van has sat a while so an inspection would be a safe bet. Also the van has been painted GREEN (as you can tell in the photo's) everything and it was not a good job but for those of us that can see past other peoples mistakes this would make a great investment. Van's are starting to rise in value and this is a ground floor investment with the potential for a major ROI (Return On Investment).