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Old 06-07-2010, 09:57 PM
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1962 Econo Pickup

New to the Forum and this is my first Econoline Pick up.
I have a few Question's
Vin # and Other #s

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E10TH244232

WB-090 ( I figured this out )
Color- X (?)
Model- 104
Trans - A ( manual 3 spd)
Axle - 01 (?)

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I need complete floors rusted out side to side.Any ideas on getting some
repop or used?

I plan on a partial restore at this time so i can drive it,We have short summers.The 170ci is locked up but i have 200ci from a 65 Mustang which was rebuilt PO of the car.Look forward on the forums here and the adventure with this truck.

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New to the Forum and this is my first Econoline Pick up.
E10TH244232
WB-090 ( I figured this out )
Color- X (?)
Model- E104
Trans - A ( manual 3 spd)
Axle - 01
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E10 = E100 Pickup.

T = 170 1V I-6.

H = Lorain OH Assembly Plant.

244232 = 1962, assembled December 1961.

90" Wheelbase.

X = Goldenrod Yellow.

E104 = E100 Pickup / 4,350 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

A = Ford 3 Speed Manual Light Duty Transmission.

01 = Ford Model WCC Rear Axle / 3.50-1 / non Limited Slip / 2,300 lb. Rear Axle Capacity.
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Old 06-08-2010, 09:55 AM
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Old 06-08-2010, 10:09 AM
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RE:Goldenrod paint code

Bill,Would your books tell what interior seat colors/material would this truck come with?
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Bill,Would your books tell what interior seat colors/material would this truck come with?
Is there a BODY code on the Warranty Plate? If so, post what it is.

The BODY code, when decoded lists this info.

Where in AK are you?
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Old 06-08-2010, 12:22 PM
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Is that on the same vin plate on drivers
A pillar?
I'm in Anchorage..
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Is that on the same vin plate on drivers
A pillar?
I'm in Anchorage..
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The Body code should be listed on the Warranty Plate.

I'll be in Anchorage next month. This will be our 4th vacation in the state since 2004: So far we've taken two cruises, one cruise-tour that included Denali.

This upcoming cruise-tour will include the Klondike as well. After it ends in Anchorage, we're going to explore the area on our own for an additional week.
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Thats great that your coming to Alaska.Its a great place to live.Only problem is getting parts shipped without giving a pint of blood.
We can keep in touch and maybe you could out to my hangar North of Anchorage and check out my new project along with others we have.

I will look at the warranty plate today and post it later..

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the only other # is 079 that's next to the
Gvwr #

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the only other # is 079 that's next to the
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My bad! There is no BODY code for 1961/62 Econolines, 1963 was the first year.

However, I do have the info, as it was originally available in the separate Trim (upholstery) Catalog.

Someone years ago had removed the pages from the Trim Catalog, inserted them into the parts catalog that I acquired recently after the dealer in Pasadena CA folded.

These are the three trim codes offered for 1961/62 Econolines:

E01: Medium Beige Vinyl & Brown Twill Stripe Woven Plastic.

E02: Medium Beige Vinyl & Medium Beige Basket Weave Vinyl.

E03: Blue all Vinyl-Econoline Club Wagon only.

My parts catalog has colored pics of the swatches of the seat upholstery, headliner. I could remove them from the catalog, bring them along to AK.

Try smsautotfabrics.com for the upholstery, they are located in Canby Oregon.

btw: Following the GVW is the net HP which is prolly 79.
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Old 06-08-2010, 10:29 PM
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Hey Bill,

I contacted smsautotfabrics.com and they say they have material for my pickup they are going to send samples.I know i'm a long ways from needing material but you never know when there supply is gone its gone so buy when you can.
Thanks for the lead,now i wish i could find a NOS floors LOL

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I contacted smsautotfabrics.com and they say they have material for my pickup they are going to send samples.

I know i'm a long ways from needing material but you never know when there supply is gone its gone so buy when you can.

Thanks for the lead,now i wish i could find a NOS floors.
C1UZ89111A14D .. Floor Pan-Front / Obsolete / Fits all 1961/67 Econolines.

No Ford Dealer or obsolete parts vendor has any.
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Reqeusting VIN Decoder and A/C help

FNG to the Econoline, with a 1967 Van, windows on passenger side, no windows on drivers side. Need to replace ALL the rubber and window channels, doors fill up with water when it rains.
Engine and Trans both seem to leak from every where!

Need to make it my daily driver, but desperate to add A/C here in New Orleans first, after stop fluid leaks.
VIN: E14AHA28023, Model: E140, Body: 389, Trans: G11
Previous owner stated it has a C4 transmission.

Unable to find any Econolines for parts, what other vehicles parts would fit? F150, Bronco, etc???
Appreciate any and all help.
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