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My grandfather owned a 1964 Econoline that had cargo doors on the driver side as well as the standard rear and passenger side cargo doors. He owned it all the way up to his death in 2008; I didn't receive the van in his will or anything (for reasons I will not mention here), but I was just curious about what it could have been worth.

It was in excellent condition, no rust, all original equipment. I don't have a pic available, so I'm not worried about it if nobody can give an estimation.
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those "city delivery" vans were kind of rare.
i cant give you a value on it though.
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They are rare and few and far between. One sold up here a few years ago a running driving one for $3000 but it needed a lot of work for the rust. It went that high due to the rarity of them up here.
Ones that are more rare are the vans with only rear cargo doors. No side doors.
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They are rare and few and far between. One sold up here a few years ago a running driving one for $3000 but it needed a lot of work for the rust. It went that high due to the rarity of them up here.
Ones that are more rare are the vans with only rear cargo doors. No side doors.
Yeah, I don't think they would get that much for it. There's no rust on the body anywhere, but it didn't run because it sat for so long the gas tank needed to be dropped and flushed along with the fuel lines and filter being replaced. I was just curious...I kind of thought it was rare.

Thanks for the info!
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