- Make: Ford
- Model: E-Series Van
- Type: Standard Passenger Van
- Trim: Conversion Van
- Year: 1994
- Mileage: 79995
- VIN: 1fdee14n2rhb25028
- Color: Gray
- Engine size: 302 Windsor V8
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Gray
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
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1994 Ford E-Series Van Conversion Van
The pictures tell the story.
Engine: 302 Windsor V8
Transmission: automatic 4 speed AOD-E
New oil pan 2 years ago, front pads and rotors, upper and lower ball joints, tie rod ends and sleeves. Transmission rebuilt last fall.
Replaced the fuel filler neck last week.
Every drop of gas was treated with Seafoam until 3 years ago when I switched to Archoil fuel additive as well as Archoil in the crankcase. Oil changed every three months whether it needed it or not (usually not).
Tires are three years old.
Converted to LED headlights 2 years ago.
I'm a little anal so I added 7 color Glowshift transmission temp, tach, and manifold vacuum gauges to the A-pillar. The green matches the stock cluster very well.
Blacked out front side marker lights. I still have the original amber and they will go with the van.
"Timeless" conversion (now defunct) featuring four captains chairs and third row bench that folds down (electrically) into a bed, all upholstered in what appears to be a velour type material. There are a few stains but no rips or tears. WeatherTech universal floor mats.
All power everything works except the door lock switches at the drivers and passenger side doors. The door lock switch at the rear does work; it's a mystery I've never been able to figure out. It has a remote start that is really nice on super cold and super hot days.
The cigarette lighter port doesn't work and never has since I've owned it, but that's not a problem because there's two more under the driver's seat.
Both front and rear AC blows super cold.
It used to have a cathode ray tube TV and VCR but I removed them (for obvious reasons) and converted the box they sat in to an all purpose cubby between the front seats. That little project turned turned into refinishing all the woodwork using Minwax Polyshades Bombay Mahogany. I think it looks pretty good, but you be the judge.
I replaced the dismal factory AM/FM cassette with a bluetooth capable Sony head unit and replaced the six factory two way speakers with four way.
I am the second owner of this vehicle. I bought it with 38,000 miles on it from the original owner who used it tow snowmobiles up to Wisconsin and the occasional trip to the grocery store. It has given me seven years of faithful service, never failed me, and now has 79,XXX miles on it. To say it has been gently used is an understatement. It was my daily driver until three months ago and I don't want to let it just sit.
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