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Old 01-31-2011, 01:34 PM
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My son just bought a 1977 conversion van, it has a very high top on it and has a stove, sink, frig, heater, bed. It has a tag on it ELDORADO Industries guessing who converted it. It has 88000 on it and the body has no dings or dents or bondo, truly a painters dream,Does anyone have one like this? Any info would be greatly appreciated, thank, and KEEP ON TRUCKIN!
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Old 02-01-2011, 12:30 AM
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You should post this in the van forum. 1968 - Present Full Size Vans - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums You'll get a lot more response from the van guys about it.

I use to have a mid 70's high top camper van. I loved that thing but mine was too rusty.

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Old 11-23-2012, 04:52 PM
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1977 Ford Econoline E-250 Custom/Eldorado Conversion

Hey Guy! My name is Gary, and I have a yellow/gold E-250 custom/Eldorado conversion. It has a 351 Windsor/c6 auto., but it has 188,000 miles.It has some rust issues around and including the drip rails. Not bad but, needs attention. Just curious about your son's plans might be or any info that I don't have. I tried to get some more info, by looking up Eldorado and the builders plate, but haven't had much luck. I would like to find an owners manual.Thanks Much!
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