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1963 FORD FALCON ECONOLINE Custom Window Van New Paint, Interior, ETC.

1963 Ford E-Series Van

Make: Ford
Model: E-Series Van
Type: Window Van
Trim: New Polished Patina Paint
Year: 1963
Mileage: 114,480
VIN: E12TH398656
Color: Blue
Engine: Inline 6
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 2WD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
CD Player

Description for Ford E-Series Van 1963

NEVADA CLASSIC CAR DEALER #40339 . VIN # E12TH398656 BESIDES THE SCOOBY DO MYSTERY MACHINE. I THINK THIS 63 FORD FALCON ECONOLINE VAN IS THE COOLEST AROUND. It has brand new goodies including bright blue polished patina paint with a silver sparkle roof. new interior. rebuilt inline 6 cylinder 170 cubic inch motor. CD Stereo. chrome rims with moonie hubcaps. fire extinguisher. headliner. door panels. seats. front corner bumpers. runs like a top. lowered to have a retro stance. the battery is hidden in the ice cooler !!! the nice guy I bought it from drove it all the way to Vegas from Oregon and all it needed was a little oil. Please note. it's a 3 on the tree stick transmission. not an automatic. old skool but fun to drive once you get the hang of it !!! If you are looking for a fun vehicle for the entire family that is sure to be a hit a the local car shows. this is the van for you !!! PS here is some info about the early 60s E-Vans : Based on the compact Ford Falcon. the first Ford Econoline was introduced for the 1961 model year. Sized roughly to compete with the Chevrolet Corvair 95 (Greenbrier Sportswagon) and Volkswagen Type 2. which was 172. 3 in (4. 76 mm) long. It was originally offered as a cargo van. an eight-passenger van with three rows of seats (which carried the Ford Falcon name) and as a pickup truck. A 165 lb (75 kg) counterweight was fitted over the rear wheels to balance the front-heavy vehicle; this was sometimes removed by later owners. The implementation of situating the driver on top of the front axle with the engine near the front wheels is called. in the US. a "cab over" short for cab over engine configuration. In Europe it is called a "forward control" vehicle. The body styling borrowed heavily from the. smaller. UK produced. Thames 400E which had been in production since 1957 and the 1956-64Jeep Forward Control. Instead of the rear-mounted engine used by Volkswagen and Chevrolet. the first E-Series had a flat nose with the engine between and behind the front seats. Early models had a 144 CID inline 6-cylinder engine with a three-speedmanual transmission. Later models had a 170 CID or 240 CID engines with a three-speed manual or automatic transmission. It was an immediate success with utilities like the Bell Telephone System. In its first year. 29. 32 standard vans. 6. 71 custom Econoline buses. 11. 93 standard pickups and 3. 00 custom pickups were made. The success of the Econoline led to its layout adopted in 1964 by the Chevrolet Van/GMC Handi-Van and Dodge A100; it would also be utilized internationally and sold by Mitsubishi. nbsp;Nissan. and Toyota. with microvans called the Subaru Sambar and the Daihatsu Hijet. Please note. I am a boutique classic car dealer in Nevada. so any Nevada residents who purchase this car to register in Nevada will need to pay a 8. 1 % Nevada sales tax and a $99 documentation fee. but I have taken this into consideration in the great-value pricing of this car. Come to Vegas to party and drive home an incredible vehicle that is quite a lot of class. fun and quality for the money ! Best. Steve in Las Vegas cell 213 500 8619http://www. hotrodcitylasvegas. com/?page_id=32FINANCING AVAILABLE Through JJ Best with just 20% down and upon approved credit. DISCLAIMER: All vehicles are USED and sold AS IS and WHERE IS. We encourage you to come to Las Vegas to inspect the vehicle yourself or arrange for a qualified mechanic to go over it for you. Because there is not any Refunds or Warranty expressed or implied. We have revealed all details to the best of our knowledge. We are not responsible for any defects not mentioned by our staff or in our advertising. Any and all repairs and hidden problems that occurred previously or later. insurance. taxes. registration. smog requirements. issues at your state’s DMV and shipping are also the responsibility of the buyer. The Vehicles we sell are vintage and/or old school and a certain amount of knowledge of classic cars and auto mechanics is advised. These are not brand new turn-key vehicles so don’t expect them to be perfect. Please note that no sales are final until full payment has been made and a sales contract has been signed by both parties.