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D82: D = Light Beige Crush Vinyl & Medium Beige Ladder Pattern Woven Plastic // 82 = ? No such body code listed for 1965/67 Econolines. Should be 87 = E100 Pickup. With a D as the first digit: Deluxe Pickup.
22 = Charlotte NC Ford District Sales Office, where the original selling dealer ordered the Econoline from.
Bill // Retired Ford Parts Manager // SoCal Chapter member // Part Number Research: 1928/2001 FoMoCo vehicles.
you are right -- it is an 87 not 82 --
I have a question related to Spring Special-
What is that? My truck has the large chrome moulding on the sides-
It is an automatic and is original paint-- unmolested-- in really great rust free shape-- Is mine a Spring Special?
THe spring special pick up is desirable. Ford whammed in a whole bunch of extras for a very short time to compete with GM. The wide trim and probably white steering wheel etc. was all part of the package. If it is still the original red you are very lucky. The rarest of the rare is the blue or green special. Only one that is noted on another forum that collects VINS .. I believe
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