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Old 10-06-2009, 07:47 AM
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there was also a B-250 caryall
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Those things always fascinate me. I know there was a '94 B-series for sale on eBay a month or so ago, but other than that, I can never find any information on them. I guess they were never made or sold in America, right?
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Never seen one of those before! I had no idea Ford made these.
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If I manufactured something this ugly I wouldn't want anyone to know either.
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So that is what it would look like if you crossed a F150 with an Econoline! It is different.
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That thing is interesting. I thought panel trucks were stopped being made in the early 70's.
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That is awesome I would rock the crap outa that.
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I would love to get my hands on one of those, especially the first one. It looks like a Wagoneer mated with an F-150.
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Thhats what i thought, I thought it looked kinda cool. I have never seen one before.
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it doesnt appear to have anything shared with an econoline, it looks to be an authentic panel truck, and there was also a version a version made in the 70's. In the US, panels were discontinued with the 57-60 body style.
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Inspiration for the "Wagon Queen Family Truckster" maybe???
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almost looks like an international travelall
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Ford's answer to the Suburban? :P

I've been wanting to pick up a set of hubcaps like those have. I've seen a couple of pics here of trucks with the same kind, so I know they're out there.
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Shoulda said something about a month ago I had a set of pristine ones I gave to a friend cause I got aftermarket rims.
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