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Old 02-03-2016, 08:55 AM
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This was my first one, I since sold it to a fellow in Belgium.
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I replace the little blue one with a '65 Travelwagon all original camper. This one is a keeper!!!

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Top down, cruising time!


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Very nice!!!
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This was my first one, I since sold it to a fellow in Belgium.
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i'm pretty sure i have seen this van over here. it seems that it moved from belgium to germany...
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Old 02-06-2016, 12:05 AM
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I'd doubt it. I only sold it a few months ago unless she has a German twin
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I'd doubt it. I only sold it a few months ago unless she has a German twin
dug through some pictures from last year. not the same, but pretty close in colour, though:


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Old 02-06-2016, 11:57 AM
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dug through some pictures from last year. not the same, but pretty close in colour, though:


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Very cool!
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Old 02-13-2016, 08:52 PM
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72 Ranchero GT

Hey All,

been awhile since I posted anything...snatched this up in the local classifieds today - original owner, 351C 4V/C6, factory A/C. Needs complete floors, bed has surface rust - has had the topper on it pretty much its entire life. Original Magnum 500s look good...the owner (87 y/o) replaced the timing set in the last few months with his nephew's help but it's out of time. He (the owner) believes 180 deg..so an easy fix, IF that's all that's wrong with it. Has some other rust but doesn't appear that serious...it was bought new in California and lived there until 14 years ago...original paint except the owner painted the hood and roof flat black, down onto the fenders/bedsides. Oh, also needs headliner and dashpad. The bucket seats are in surprisingly GOOD condition. Not sure what direction I'll go with it...stock restoration or the thought actually occurred to me to "off-road" it like Hot Rod's '68 Ranchero...most likely will stick to a stock resto, but nothing "high-dollar". Thoughts?

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Old 02-21-2016, 09:24 AM
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My 1973 Ranchero back in Holland

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My beauty...


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She thirsty like her boss... ;-)


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Leaking carb caused fire...


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Impressive van! You must have crazy amount of hours into this one, we'll done!

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Thanks David, and others, it's been a labor of love the last two years. Looking forward to when the weather warms up enough I can get back into it!

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1963 ford econoline project (2yrs)

Hi I'm new to this forum but I've used the info for the past couple years working on my '63. Wondering if anyone has a 67 m/c for front disk convert.
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Just got mine. 1966 200 3sp manual.
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