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Old 07-06-2014, 09:14 PM
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7/6/14 Ride of the Week

I want to build one of these! I've always liked Broncos and Econolines. What a way to combine both!

Kudos to fmc56 for this very cool 61 Econoline with a 68 Bronco running gear.
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Congrates on the ROTW, a friend in high school had a 61 econoline van that we spent many cruising hours in.
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ROTW

I, being older, can remember when Econolines were new. I also remember hot rodders putting a big V8 in the rear. Talk about a wheelie! As an exhibition and if able to keep straight they could easily go a full 1/4 mile with the front wheels high in the air. I don't know how they could see where they were going.
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Congrat's on ROTW; nice combo!
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looks awesome. one of these shows up to our cruise night every once in a while.
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Congrates!!! Nice combo. I had a 68 Bronco (I stuffed a 428 B.B. in it) but never thought to cross breed it. Great idea!

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You don't see those very often. Nice!
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