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Old 03-08-2011, 10:00 AM
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cool old falcon van

i have had several vans thru the years..still have a dozen or so..and always loved them...i picked this one up several years back and still havent had the time to mess with it. i just thought it was unusual being a falcon..i guess that was just a trim option..my other old econoline is a supervan that i have sold too many parts from to restore now....may try to get grandson interested in it..not sure the younger generation would be as excited about them as i was at his age, i would hate to see this old beauty keeps its job as a storage shed forever ha ha ha

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looks to be a 63 or newer Deluxe Club Wagon. Just beggen for the **** carpet and water bed in back treatment..
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yea i wish i had more time..but with 5 projects going now..and several in the waiting area i dont see the poor old van getting into the shop anytime soon... but i'll keep a beach boy 8-track tape ready just in case..
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With those side mouldings (introduced 1962), it could be any year from 1962 thru 1967.

The last 6 digits of the VIN is the vehicles specific serial number, decodes to the year and month it was assembled.

Some 1967's used the same oblong taillamps as 1967/72 F100/350 Stylesides, 1969/74 Econolines, 1967/77 Bronco's.

But if no side mouldings are present, and it has round taillamps, tellin' one year from another by lookin' at it is impossible.
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With those side mouldings (introduced 1962), it could be any year from 1962 thru 1967.

The last 6 digits of the VIN is the vehicles specific serial number, decodes to the year and month it was assembled.

Some 1967's used the same oblong taillamps as 1967/72 F100/350 Stylesides, 1969/74 Econolines, 1967/77 Bronco's.

But if no side mouldings are present, and it has round taillamps, tellin' one year from another by lookin' at it is impossible.
My clue that it is a 63 or newer is the amber turn signal lense on the front drivers side.
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Is that a bumper bolt on top of the front bumper next to the license plate?
If so, then it's a 65-67.
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next time i am out back i'll take a closer look..get the vin..that should be the best way to find the year for sure..i have another one also, i have been selling parts from it is slowly disappearing
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