Decided i have too many projects cars in general so i have decided to sell my...

Decided i have too many projects.. cars in general. so i have decided to sell my 1972 E100 Shorty Econoline van. a no rust Arizona original with original paint/engine/trans. Chrome yellow,302,3-speed on column.power steering,factory air conditioning. it was a custom from day1. has a roof vent. side barn doors, rear window doors both pop outs. the van runs, drives and stops as it should, but i had plans on rebuilding the engine for reliability reasons.i have collected many of nos parts. i also bought a complete automatic (c4) conversion, to include column.trans,linkage ect. thought i would gauge interest here first. interior has captain swivel seats and old weathered paneling. it will need a complete interior done. the hood has a dent aswell as the right rear door. i have an extra hood and 4 extra doors. 2 with no windows. As i stated it has MANY NOS PARTS that go with this van. make me a reasonable offer. thx for an awesome site. dave 480-215-0505

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Photos from Jason Boever's post

So its been a lot of fun improving the electrical system in the van while also teaching my son who is 4 some cool things and safety! We're using 1/0 AWG wire to supply power to the cranking battery from our new Motorcraft 150amp single wire alternator. We're using a battery isolator that is fused to connect our 2nd battery in the rear of the van also supplied with 1/0 wire. All good crimped connections to give reliable clean power. We have new wire going to the starter and all new 1/0 ground wire going in tomorrow. I'll have more pictures of that as well!

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    1974 Econoline

    Lowered price to $6500 I have the original interior with table, bed and ice box. Will need to be refurbished. Paint is shiny and new, tires and brakes have less than 100 miles on them. Kingpins and all bushings have been replaced as well. Carb has less than 20 miles on it. There is a lose ground for the gauge cluster that makes the gauges go out sometimes. Van has had air conditioning at one point however it is not currently working or hooked up. No windows except for rear two and two bubbles on each side. Drives and stops straight. I have new rubber molding for doors. (not installed) Side pipes are bolted but not hooked up. It has dual exhaust out to the rear of the van. There is absolutely no rot in this van whatsoever. Nothing sags, doors close solid. It has power brakes (drum), power steering and odometer shows 108000.302, c4, new tires, brakes, carb, windshield. Runs and drives perfectly. Have original interior. Not installed. Clean! Was never rotted out. Mid west van.

    1974 Econoline

    $6,500 - New Bern, NC (28562)

    Lowered price to $6500 I have the original interior with table, bed and ice box. Will need to be refurbished. Paint is shiny and new, tires and brakes have less than 100 miles on them. Kingpins and all bushings have been replaced as well. Carb has less than 20 miles on it. There is a lose ground for the gauge cluster that makes the gauges go out sometimes. Van has had air conditioning at one point however it is not currently working or hooked up. No windows except for rear two and two bubbles on each side. Drives and stops straight. I have new rubber molding for doors. (not installed) Side pipes are bolted but not hooked up. It has dual exhaust out to the rear of the van. There is absolutely no rot in this van whatsoever. Nothing sags, doors close solid. It has power brakes (drum), power steering and odometer shows 108000.302, c4, new tires, brakes, carb, windshield. Runs and drives perfectly. Have original interior. Not installed. Clean! Was never rotted out. Mid west van.

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      While we re talking fitment Question is for a daily driver which means it...

      While we're talking fitment. Question is, for a daily driver (which means it will get used a lot) I've read through all the threads...Will a 351w bolt right up to my stock C4 and fit in the engine dog house? Has anyone done it and everything just bolt right up (351w, aluminum intake, 4 barrel carb)? I can get so much more driveable horsepower from a 351w but it looks like I would need to stick with stock manifolds to make it all fit...if it will even really fit??? The debate is would it be better to build a 302 (heads, cam, intake, carb etc)??? I think its a good debate! Which way to go on a budget?

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        Jason Boever shared a link to the group: 2nd Generation Ford Econoline Vans ( 1968 to 1974 ).

        I am drastically trying to make my 73 road worthy. I've driven older vehicles for years and know how this thing should drive. Right now its ALL OVER THE ROAD. Lots of play, hold on if you hit a bump. Jacked up the front end and I've got loose wheel up and down and left to right. I replaced wheel bearings, shocks front and back and a new gear box. It is slightly better. I need to replace radius arm bushings because they are shot (does that affect drivability?) and what is the hype about the idler arm. Should it spin? like in this video or is this bad? How hard of a job to install?

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          OK people I m new here and I m hoping y all can help me out I have been...

          OK people I'm new here and I'm hoping y'all can help me out I have been rebuilding my 1974 Econoline Supervan for awhile now rebuilt motor, transmission, brakes,wheels and tires and I think I finally got my temperature gauge working properly after months of messing with it instrument gauge cluster voltage regulator from Dennis Carpenter fixed it but my heater core went out which I thought would be a easy fix well...not so much ordered it from O'Reilly and where the hose's hook up to were wrong so I ordered it from Autozone and it was too long 6x8 mine is really square like 6x6 anyone know where I can find a new one for it

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            ...so far so good...I hadn't foreseen the hood/hood latch support issue...more issues to come i'm sure - but I dimpled the dash a bit..shimmed out the the booster to firewall bracket the thickness of a 3/8 flat washer on the outer two bolts...cut out the bracing web of the latch support and slid it over the master cylinder to check fit...looks good so i'll weld in a new support brace that will loop under the master cylinder and we'll call that good...get that done and it's off to solve any radiator issues!!...ps...the hood still closes well but I have to double check clearances there too...

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              Mike Heytens shared a link to the group: 2nd Generation Ford Econoline Vans ( 1968 to 1974 ).

              Hey guys, I've a potential deal to buy this disc brake conersion kit for the rear brakes on my 1972 E200. However I am not sure if I have a "big bearing rear end".. there's a joke in there I know it... I posted to the general econoline FB group and they said that I may have one and that this may work... but I would have to pull my axle out and count the splines.. I'm thinking that someone within the Gen2 FB group would know the answer or be able to let me know what I can look for without pulling my axle out.

              Any tips would be greatly appreciated. I wasn't planning on changing my rear to disc.. but for $120.. why not?

              Here's the kit I am thinkning of getting;

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                Mike Heytens shared a link to the group: 2nd Generation Ford Econoline Vans ( 1968 to 1974 ).

                Intake Manifold and Carb. What do you all run on your 302's? I am about to build my motor and I have cleaned and repainted my stock cast iron intake manifold and rebuilt the 2 barrel Motorcraft 2100 carb. But I am not sure if I should install the old setup or put a Edelbrock Performer Intake and 4 barrel carb in there. I also have headers that I may or may not install. I am not looking for high performance or anything, I'll be doing light hauling and towing with the van and some traveling to places that may be 500 miles each way once in a while. I'd want good gas mileage and low maintenance. I am also running a 3 speed on the tree. So let me know your thoughts if I should go out and pick up this manifold (I can get it for $100 on craigslist if I act quickly).. and I'd have to find a carb for it also;

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                  Anyone heading to Mexico Tijuana

                  Anyone heading to Mexico/Tijuana?! :)

                  http://www.secondgeneconolines.net/viewtopic.php?f =25&t=2905&p=4889#p4889

                  TRANSMISION AUTOMATICA P/FORD VAN'70 ECONOLINE + DIFERENCIAL COMPLETO (Con rines de 8 birlos); Dos JUEGOS COMPLETOS DE MUELLES ; PARRILLA FRONTAL ; PROTECCION METALICA (contra choque) para parrilla y radiador; Dos DEFENSAS CROMADAS; POWER BRAKE (Booster): POWER STEERING (Direccion hidraulica completa); RADIADOR ; TANQUE DE GASOLINA ORIGINAL; TANQUE GRANDE DE GASOLINA EXTRA (Bien adaptado bajo la carroceri¬a); PORTA LLANTA PARA EXTRA

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                    Mike Heytens shared a link to the group: 2nd Generation Ford Econoline Vans ( 1968 to 1974 ).

                    So, I'm about to tear down my motor since it bent a valve push rod. I know I need to either rebuild or replace the stock heads. This is a 1972 302 motor in a Supervan. I've seen posts about more modern heads, heard talk about older heads don't have hardened seats. Was looking for some advice on what to shop for if I'm replacing the heads. It's also got the stock intake, stock exhaust manifold,and a 3 speed transmission. I'm not looking for tons of power but would prefer reliability and good gas mileage. I'm also going to replace the camshaft and lifters, so need advice on that also. I will pull a trailer from time to time, but I don't need to be going too fast. I'm new to classic fords, so advice would be greatly appreciated.

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                      Hey guys I need the help of some experts I ve been having odd problems with...

                      Hey guys! I need the help of some experts. I've been having odd problems with my '74 302. It's stalling intermittently, but not bogging like if it were a fuel issue. After it stalls, I can't restart it without jumping the battery.

                      Occasionally I'll shut it off and be unable to start it again without jumping the battery.

                      The parts store tested my battery good. The alternator had 13.1 volts at idle and the machine said my voltage regulator was bad. I don't know how a voltage regulator could be causing these kinds of problems.

                      Can anyone shed a light on this?

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                        Noah Compton shared a link to the group: 2nd Generation Ford Econoline Vans ( 1968 to 1974 ).

                        EDIT: I'm taking this stuff to the dump by the end of next week. Pay me whatever you think is fair. If you think fair is free, come take it. I've already had to throw plenty of parts away because no one will take them and these last ones are frequently asked for around here. THEY WILL BE THROWN AWAY.

                        Trying to get rid of the last my extra parts so I can move the van into the spot taken up by them.

                        I WILL be getting rid of that hightop this week if no one claims. I am literally trying to give it away to anyone. I even saw on the old forum that someone had taken one from a third gen and put it on second gen so maybe it works on a third gen as well, I don't know. Basically don't make me throw it away.

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                          Photos from Tony Kinnaman's post

                          Posting my mistakes for the benefit of all. Go easy on me.

                          Sooo... Those nice fresh rebuilt and painted heads were not as oiled and dry as I was hoping. Internals are good, valves are free of rust but this one intake is pretty ugly. Thinking take it back to the machine shop and having it dipped again? Hope the new paint survives.

                          Cleaned what I thought was surface rust from the cylinder walls and looks like a bit of pitting. A friend recommended a ball hone, but I think im going to have the bottom end rebuilt anyhow.

                          Any suggestions on storing blocks and heads for future use? I should have expected a block rebuild as well and planned accordingly :-/

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                            Hey guys Some of you might remember me from Roger s Econolines forum Bryce...

                            Hey guys. Some of you might remember me from Roger's Econolines forum -- Bryce, obviously. I'm moving (again), from Seattle to Chicago, and this time need to ship my van ('74 E-100 shorty cargo). Do any of you have recommendations on shipping companies? How about using uship? Anyone ever shipped a vehicle by train? Enclosed vs uncovered? Should I purchase additional insurance? Obviously, advice on shipping a vehicle in general, specifically our beastly old vans, is most welcome.

                            My van is my single most important piece of property, next to my music gear, so it'd be pretty cool if she arrived as she left!

                            Thanks!

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                              Rust inside a 1. 5 y o master cilinder. Answer from Rockauto. com hereunder

                              Rust inside a 1.5 y/o master cilinder.... Answer from Rockauto.com hereunder.

                              OK... next time I'll buy non-china stuff! :)

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                              To: martin

                              Hello,

                              Thank you for your email. You purchased a wholesale close-out part which carries a 30 day return period and additional warranty.

                              Your order was placed more than 30 days ago. I'm sorry, but we're not able to accept a return at this time.

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                                Troubleshooting my 72 e200 daily driver 5. 0 3 speed column manual

                                Troubleshooting my 72 e200 daily driver 5.0 3 speed column manual.

                                Starts and stall outs shortly thereafter and won't start back up for a undetermined period of time, before that I was getting around the block at least.

                                I have replaced plugs, wires, igtn coil,distributor cap, starter wire, fuel line/filter to carb.

                                Next to replace-3 yr old mallory elec igtn?!?!

                                Smh-I thought I had this all remedied because I drove it pretty far on the freeway last night till the power steering line I failed to replace blew while leaving our van club meeting.

                                Thanks in advance.

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                                  Sorry for two posts in one day but I am wondering if anyone knows anyone or any...

                                  Sorry for two posts in one day, but I am wondering if anyone knows anyone or any shop in the Tacoma/Seattle, WA area that would be willing/able to replace the brake lines in my van. I've got it out of action right now after taking the brake lines out to completely repair/replace the brakes system and when I went to have my lines made at the local hydraulic shop when I had time to do it myself, they had run out of brake tubing for the what is likely to be the rest of the year. I've since started my weekend job leaving me just about no time to accomplish this and I want to get it back on the road!

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                                    Photos from Daniel Morski's post

                                    Well, I'm doing my fan swap. Last guy didn't put all the bolts and screws back in, so the removal of the grill was easy. I disconnected the hoses, burned my leg with hot antifreeze, and spilled tranny fluid all over. As you can see, the existing fan is way to small. I have a new replacement fan and shroud I got from a qualified vendor on eBay. Very reasonably priced. I still have to get a thermostat controller, but I might set it back up to the switch. I'm soaking the radiator with CLR for a few hours, and am flushing the engine. I'm also checking to see how the water pump flows. Those pics will be up soon.

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                                      Photos from Jay Smith's post

                                      I'm hoping these parts will find a good home. I pulled them from a 1970 Econoline some time ago.

                                      The left taillight lens has a crack over the reverse light area. Would like to sell both taillight assemblies for $25.00 plus shipping.

                                      Front & rear chrome running light bases. $10.00 plus shipping for all 4 pieces.

                                      Red reflectors $12.00 plus shipping for both.

                                      FORD rear door letters for $20.00 plus shipping. No broken legs. Some surface pitting.

                                      Taillight surrounds $15.00 for both plus shipping.

                                      Priority flat rate shipping is $6.80. I'm not looking to become rich. Just want to find a good home for these items.

                                      I still have the complete grille and would sell for $200.00.

                                      I'm in the St. Louis,MO area.

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                                        Hello group I m looking to buy a 1974 e100 base model original owner it needs...

                                        Hello group I'm looking to buy a 1974 e100 base model original owner it needs some work and a few things are windshield gasket and weather stripping. The van has minimal surface rust on it. It only has 64000 miles and the are original miles. The owner told me to throw out a number but I'm trying to get a decent ball park price to offer it just sits most of the time now but it does run and drive good. I was thinking About offering him 500 for it just cause I have a tight budget but I have more room just trying to get an ideal on what these types of vans are going for.

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                                          Photos from Manny Trainor's post

                                          Just thought I'd post some of the challenges facing me and my newly purchased '72 E100.

                                          I'm based in the UK, and as the law states it is illegal to drive with wheels protruding further than the wheel arch, I had to change the ones already fitted. After much searching, and a lot of help from guys such as yourselves, thank you. I managed to find a set that would suit just fine.

                                          A simple matter of jacking the van and changing the tyres. Or so you would think....Upon offering up the new wheel to the front hub, I discovered the wheel would not go on fully. Much scratching of heads, I worked out that the hub diameter was larger than the rim bore diameter. (After chatting with the company who supplied the wheels, Northants Tyres(UK) ) it was agreed that I can open the inside diameter out, to allow fitting, without damaging the rim integrity. Phew...!

                                          So, it was on with the old tyres til I got that sorted. However, it was at this stage that I discovered, that some previous owner, a real 'engineering genius', had found he had a similar issue fitting his Cragar SS wheels. So, to alleviate problems he elongated the lug holes in the rim...!!! That'll be those wheels written off then I fear.

                                          Which brings me to this mornings challenge. Changing the wheel studs. They are imperial, I want to change them to metric(I'm in the IK remember). However, upon trying to remove one of the wheel nuts, the stud has sheared off. Looking at it, it seems the 'engineering genius' had put the wheels on, screwing on the nuts, cutting their own threads, and thought to himself, 'that'll do...'.

                                          Now, I'm trying to right a wrong. Until then, my van has to sit on the drive....frustrating is not the word for it.

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                                            for those of you needing a front windshield gasket i wanted to let you know of...

                                            for those of you needing a front windshield gasket, i wanted to let you know of my experience with steele rubber products. when i bought my 72 E300 it needed a long list of repairs and one of them was a front windshield, looking on the econoline message board i found a link to SRP where they sell the rubber gaskets. i ordered one and a few weeks later i called safelite to have new glass put in. the first tech worked at it for 3 + hours, even calling in another tech to help out, they both left without getting the job done, :( a week later they sent out their senior tech, he tried for 1.5 hours with no luck, before he left, he said the gasket is just to fat and that they could order a better fitting gasket. he said someone from their office would call.... after what seemed like forever! 2 more weeks! safelite called and said their gasket was in and made an appointment to try again. Guy showed up, put the gasket on the glass and it was in, in under 30 minutes! SO! now i have a damaged gasket from steele rubber which i will not get a refund on. But that's another story. IF you need a windshield gasket go through gold glass group "GGG 707B is the number. google it

                                            Did you know, Steele Rubber has only sold 44 of these gaskets? 4 have been returned with fitment issues according to SRP.

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                                              I was offered some ford van weatherstripping that was for sale

                                              I was offered some ford van weatherstripping that was for sale...

                                              -Sure what do you have...

                                              I will let you know... I know it is definitely ford van.

                                              Turned out to be a pair of mid ford nos vent window seals and a pair of nos front door weatherseals... nICE and NEW NEW NEW in sealed plastic

                                              I asked how much and got a really really really sweet deal.

                                              I asked if there was more... and this was all that was to be had...

                                              The van gods were smiling down on me... Must have been pay back for the chevy parts I gave away not too long ago...

                                              I hope 1 day to look for a manufacturer that can reproduce... It would be a shame not to take advantage of these measurements.

                                              I know someone makes the vent window seals (and had some issues of fit), maybe these measurements could be transferred to produce those with a better fit.

                                              I also have a pair of NOS rear/side door fixed window seals... to seek reproduction with...

                                              I have a project for these seals...

                                              Any suggestions on who I should talk to or stay away from would be appreciated.

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                                                ALL DONE WITH NEW RADIATOR ALTERNATOR REGULATOR BIGGER TRANS COOLER BELTS AND...

                                                ALL DONE WITH NEW RADIATOR,ALTERNATOR,REGULATOR, BIGGER TRANS COOLER,BELTS AND HOSES FINISHED YESTERDAY BY PUTTING GRILL BACK ON AND WENT TO SPRAY WASH OFF THE ANTI FREEZE AND TRANS FLUID THAT GOT ON IT,ONE THING ABOUT BUYING THE RADIATOR FROM SPECTRA IS THAT THE SPRAY FROM HOSE BENT A LOT OF THE FINS ON RAD. NEVER HAVE I HAD THAT HAPPEN TO ANY CAR,P/U OR VAN BEFORE WHEN SPRAYING OUT BUGS AND HAVE ALWAYS GONE TO SAME WASH AFTER EVERY TRIP,SO IM GONNA HAVE MY OLD RAD. RECORED NEXT YEAR OR IF THIS NEW ONE MESSES UP.SO THINK ABOUT IT BEFORE YOU BY FROM THIS COMPANY.PLUS CORE IS 1 INCH SMALLER WIDE AND 1 INCH SMALLER IN HEIGHT,BUT BOLTED RIGHT IN WITH NO PROBLEM ON PRE-DRILLED HOLES.

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                                                  Ok i am going to try again because i still have had no luck getting help

                                                  Ok i am going to try again because i still have had no luck getting help. I have a 74 e100. it had no motor so i got a correct van motor. now i have a c4 that i thought would fit. its from a 72 torino itdoesnt fit right and has cable shift so i cant hook up my column shifter.

                                                  Can some one with a e100 that has a slip yoke auto trans not a fixed yoke climb under there van and get me some measurements from the front to the back of the trans and a measurement from were the tailshaft bolts to the case to were it bolts to the mount and some pics of the correct linkage. i know i am asking alot but i need to get this trans thing figured out so i can get this thing going. i have sourced pretty much everything i need except the trans.

                                                  thanks for any help i can get.

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                                                    Photos from Denis Jiron's post

                                                    Hey guys, just lost my mind this morning and fell into a '20 Model A Racer. I have to make a choice and it looks like the Van may be on the chopping block. I'm Offering it up here only. It is a solid runner '74 Short window van with manual trans and 6cyl. Has a motorcycle wheel chock installed. I love it and will miss it, but I have way too much shit now. Here is a quick picture. Call me if you have questions. I will be away from the computer till Monday 916-544-0670. I am going to ask for 3500. I know it is a little high, but it is really a sweet ride and I don't really want to sell it. Thanks all!

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                                                      I found these production numbers recently and thought you might be interested

                                                      I found these production numbers recently and thought you might be interested. Too bad I couldn't find anything on my van, the 1974 Custom Cargo.

                                                      1969

                                                      89A Standard Cargo Van - 69,806

                                                      89B Custom Cargo Van - 4,665

                                                      89C Standard Display Van - 6,337

                                                      89D Custom Display Van - 1,077

                                                      89E Standard Window Van - 14,383

                                                      89F Custom Window Van - 1,774

                                                      Standard Club Wagon - 10,956

                                                      Custom Club Wagon - 11,725

                                                      Chateau Club Wagon - 9,702

                                                      1970

                                                      89A Standard Cargo Van - 75,179

                                                      89B Custom Cargo Van - 6,533

                                                      89C Standard Display Van - 8,471

                                                      89D Custom Display Van - 846

                                                      89E Standard Window Van - 16,192

                                                      89F Custom Window Van - 1,884

                                                      Standard Club Wagon - 9,951

                                                      Custom Club Wagon - 11,221

                                                      Chateau Club Wagon - 8,118

                                                      1971

                                                      89A Standard Cargo Van - 58,995

                                                      89B Custom Cargo Van - 4,470

                                                      89C Standard Display Van - 5,265

                                                      89D Custom Display Van - 410

                                                      89E Standard Window Van - 13,101

                                                      89F Custom Window Van - [no data]

                                                      Standard Club Wagon - 6,801

                                                      Custom Club Wagon - 8,817

                                                      Chateau Club Wagon - 5,438

                                                      1972

                                                      89A Standard Cargo Van - 60,509

                                                      89B Custom Cargo Van - 5,123

                                                      89C Standard Display Van - 7,198

                                                      89D Custom Display Van - 94

                                                      89E Standard Window Van - 13,382

                                                      89F Custom Window Van - 1,828

                                                      33A Cut Away Van - 850

                                                      Standard Club Wagon - 5,833

                                                      Custom Club Wagon - 6,608

                                                      Chateau Club Wagon - 4,955

                                                      1973

                                                      Econovans - 78,568

                                                      Club Wagons - 15,615

                                                      (data is incomplete for this year but will be similar to the other years)

                                                      1974

                                                      Econovans - 91,795

                                                      Standard Club Wagon - 11,331

                                                      Custom Club Wagon - 12,038

                                                      Chateau Club Wagon - 7,459

                                                      Totals

                                                      Econovans - 479,804

                                                      Club Wagons - 146,568

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                                                        Okay guys Since the Econoline forums have been down for a while I made a new...

                                                        Okay guys. Since the Econoline forums have been down for a while, I made a new forum for 2nd Generation Econolines. It's brand new. Right now I'm getting my manuals, wiring diagrams and brochures scanned and uploaded. I'm just trying to get a reference online for people like me who need information and help with their vans. The facebook page is great but it's hard to search for specific topics. If you'd like to check it out and contribute help, documents, or discussion, the address is www.secondgeneconolines.net

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                                                          Photos from Jacob Swogger's post

                                                          Good morning, owner of a 74 E200, 302, w/power steering. I'm dealing with fuel pump issue. Trying to replace the fuel pump that was in the van, pictured first. (assuming it's original) with a new one, pictured 2nd.

                                                          As you can see, the orientation of the newer unit is reversed, with the ports on the bottom. The cam arm is also different - which I'm *guessing* is not too big of a deal, that it would just rock on the other side of the cam (???). Any insight there would be appreciated.

                                                          But the main thing is that this will not fit with the current configuration as the longer bottom-oriented ports hit the power steering pump. I've ordered another in to O'Reily's to see it's configuration and it was worse than the one I got online. Almost all mechanical fuel pumps I've found seem to be in this "reversed" configuration. O'Reily's *might* have a special order one that looks like it might work, but they haven't let me know of it's availability yet.

                                                          Any thoughts?

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                                                            I m gonna reluctantly be listing my 73 E200 for sale and wanted to offer to one...

                                                            I'm gonna reluctantly be listing my 73 E200 for sale and wanted to offer to one of you guys first, its in the Roanoke Va area 24012. it has a 302 that runs great, auto trans, power steering (new pump but still needs some work) power brakes with new master cyl and power booster, alm wheels. very Little rust and the body is straight! it needs tires, the power steering completed, little body work and paint. I just dont have the time to work with it anymore and have decided to let her go. Asking $2000 for her and will take better pic as soon at the rain stops.

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