Classic 1966 Ford Falcon Club Wagon / Econoline Van Surf Wagon

1966 Ford E-Series Van 1966 Ford Falcon Club Wagon/Econoline (Heavy Duty)- show original title

Technical specifications of Ford E-Series Van 1966

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Item location: San Diego, California, United States
Make: Ford
Model: E-Series Van
SubModel: 1966 Ford Falcon Club Wagon/Econoline (Heavy Duty)
Type: Standard Passenger Van
Trim: Econoline / Falcon Club Wagon
Year: 1966
Mileage: 90,000
VIN: E11FH832828
Color: Blue
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: Rear wheel drive
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

Hi there. /p> I am selling my 1966 Ford Falcon Club Wagon. same family as the Ford Econoline just with windows. I am looking for $4. 00 or best offer. It has a 170 ci inline six with a aftermarket 3 speed floor shifter. It is an Heavy Duty version so it has upgraded drum brakes. leaf springs. and the 9 inch rear end with 4. 11 gearing from the factory. I purchased this van a few years ago from a nice family that had owned the van since new. It was passed within members of the family a couple times but I am the first owner outside the family. It was purchased new in Los Angeles back in 1966 by the grandfather and was driven on many road trips between SoCal and Mexico. including some trips as far as Guadalajara. My wife and I purchased it to be our surf wagon aka “the swagon”. I have done some work to get it running okay and had plans to do a complete restoration to it. Unfortunately for this particular van I was able to find an all original 1967 van that will be a much better starting point for my restoration. hence the reason this van is for sale. I have a lot of extra pieces that I may include if I get my asking price of $4000. The asking price includes a complete front end to use as patch panels to fix the rust along the windshield frame and the cut dash speaker grill. Additionally. a set of 5 14” Cragar S/S wheels will be included. They will need to be refinished but would look good on the van. The van does have bench seats in it but they are not orginal and are not currently bolted down. The van currently runs but the engine is low on power going up hills. I would recommend a carb tune and tune up. All four wheel cylinders were replaced and the entire brake system bleed and serviced. I was planning on doing an engine swap and have a 250 ci inline six out of a 1970s Maverick that can be installed (though you will need a different transmission) available for an extra $300. V8s can be installed with minor work as well. Please check out a walkthrough of the van here:Van Walk around VideoNo warranty implied. buyer responsible for shipping though I will help in any way I can to make process smooth. Winning bidder must contact me within 24 hours of placing an accepted offer and make arrangements for payment. A $1000 deposit is due within 48 hours of close of the auction. The balance is due within 1 week of auction close and all financial transactions must be completed before delivery of the vehicle. If no contact is made within 72 hours I reserve the right to relist the van! Van is also listed for sale locally. so listing may be removed at anytime. These vans are awesome and always turn heads. I just don’t have room for two of them at the moment. Please email me with any and all questions. Thanks. /p> Matt

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