November 8, 2019
Anybody who’s spent any time around old Ford pickups and vans will probably be impressed with the outward condition of this 1991 Ford Econoline, a camper conversion by Sierra, seen over the summer in Niagara Falls. I’m not saying that all Ford trucks in the 30-ish-year-old range are rusty hulks, but… Lol. Anyway, in 1991 the Econoline was still available as a delivery-type van (which is probably how this one started out) or as the passenger version with windows & seats called the Club Wagon. They came in E-150, 250, and 350 designations depending on their load-carrying capacity. Factory engine choices were Ford’s 4.9L I-6, as well as 5.0L, 5.8L, and 7.5L gasoline-powered V8s, and a 7.3L diesel V8. All transmissions were automatics.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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