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Old 11-15-2008, 11:21 AM
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What year was the last ford panel van?

i have never seen a 67-72 or 73-79 ford truck panel van? do they exist? i have seen the pre 72 cheby trucks with the panel van version! when did ford stop the panel van, the only ford panel vans i have ever seen where from the 50s, i would love to see a dentside or bump side panel van!, number dummy could answer this, i have googled this and still no luck!, if you have ever seen one please tell, and post pics if ya have them! i would also like to see the 79 and older ford truck suv, like a ford suburban! i know companies converted them to a four door suv but i still like to see them, and i heard south of the border in Mexico they had ford suvs in the 70s? and please post any pics of those as well, plus has anyone seen a 78-79 big bronco with a old style 73-77 grille? i think that would look really cool! i have yet to see that combo! post any pics of the things i have mentioned! and feel free to share any stores of the trucks mentioned above!
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i have never seen a 67-72 or 73-79 ford truck panel van? do they exist?
No, the last year of the Ford Panel Van was in 1960. The Econoline took it's place in the market.

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like to see the 79 and older ford truck suv, like a ford suburban! i know companies converted them to a four door suv but i still like to see them, and i heard south of the border in Mexico they had ford suvs in the 70s? and please post any pics of those as well,
Search for the name "Centurion" in a search engine.

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plus has anyone seen a 78-79 big bronco with a old style 73-77 grille? i think that would look really cool! i have yet to see that combo!
Since it wasn't built like that from the factory, it would be really rare for a 1978-1979 bronco to have a earlier grille in it. It would probably be frowned on by most people because it suggests the bronco has been wrecked or tampered with.

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1979 Ford Bronco Front Driver Side Photo

There is a picture of a 1979 Ford Bronco with a '73 grill on it
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