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G-Man
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Re: How did you find VintAGE-Vans.com?

Post by G-Man on Sat Jan 25, 2014 7:44 pm

Bruce for the front measure what you have, not alot of room up front in all there early's
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Post by vanny on Sun Jan 26, 2014 5:16 am

Welcome AzDon and Bruce! Bruce, I'm told that Fiero seats and Miata seats are a pretty good adaptable seat for these vans and that they fit well.


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Post by Bruce67Econoline on Sun Jan 26, 2014 10:43 am

Looking forward to going to the local yard and see what I can find. Here's hoping for a good find. My daughter are doing this build as well as our 64 f100 with a resto-mod twist. I will be looking out for ways to increase hp for our 240. Headers, intake. Thanks for the welcome
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Post by vanman2 on Sun Jan 26, 2014 11:18 am

as for me i did a goggle search for old vans vintage vans and found my way to the old site then followed everyone to the new site , this site is a wealth of information great pics and stories about vans and travels as well as real good open honest vannin community and people , i cant say enough about this site !!
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Lazarusvan

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Post by Lazarusvan on Sun Jan 26, 2014 3:23 pm

Happy to say I sent Bruce67 our way. A local friend and vanner close to home. Told him how helpful everyone is here. Can't wait to see his van.
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Post by chopper tom on Mon Mar 03, 2014 6:14 am

Well when I finally got my old g-10 ,I was having a hard time finding info on it ?
Sos I found this gypsy chick on the corner of fifth and vine and she had this little cristal ball thingy and shes a tellin me about this vintage vans sight on the internet....
Not really, I was just doing a internet serch and found it,but that just sounds kinda boring.
But ive been looking on this sight for a couple of year now ,and I finally got time to sit down and join up . so far I really like it ,lots of positivity and support on here!
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Post by rocky69rhodes on Mon Oct 06, 2014 8:09 am

I googled looking for parts an found this page
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how i came to be here

Post by dodge A-108 on Wed Nov 26, 2014 8:53 am

chebby wrote:I so often hear "I found your site" and then they say good things about it... I tell you I'll never get enough of that! Very Happy

What I'm wondering, is HOW our members found their way here....

internet search, heard about us from a friend, another site perhaps....

What's your story?

I'd like to hear about the path you took to get here and make this site what it is today... I couldn't be happier of V-V.com's success if I were twins Very Happy Very Happy and I have all who visit to thank....
I own a 1968 dodge A-108 van.and like most people who are into early vans, I was doing a internet search for parts. lo and behold! a website just for us! around here (Knoxville TN) all I get is ????? what is THAT?????. so its good to finally find a website for people like us. cheers
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vanny
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Re: How did you find VintAGE-Vans.com?

Post by vanny on Wed Nov 26, 2014 9:54 am

Welcome in!! Great to hear about another oldie being preserved
We love seeing pictures so don't be shy!


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Post by dudley32 on Mon Jan 19, 2015 8:26 am

I had a 64 econoline back in the 70's...loved it...had numerous vans since...was looking around for another econoline and ran across this site...I really like the way this site is set up and look forward to digging in a little deeper...thanks...dudley
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Re: How did you find VintAGE-Vans.com?

Post by vanny on Mon Jan 19, 2015 6:11 pm

You've come to the right place Dudley! Lots of friendly helpful folks here to assist in any way they can. If you're looking for a van still, check out the "E's for sale" section daily. We've got volunteers who look for vintage vans for sale and when they find new ones, they stick em in the For Sale sections. Also, sometimes members on this site occasionally sell theirs as well.

We love to see pictures of people's projects too!!! Very Happy cheers


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Post by dudley32 on Mon Jan 19, 2015 6:24 pm

Thanks...I really appreciate the reply...I was scanning craigslist yesterday and when I came back here most of the ads were already posted...pretty impressive...if I find something I'll certainly let you know!
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How I found this site

Post by Ohio_Skipper on Thu Jan 19, 2017 3:43 pm

About 15 years ago I was looking for a rear end for my 67 Chevy. I ran across a guy who went by the name Smiley. He hooked me up with a guy in Youngstown ohio who had a small yard full of the old vans. I was able to get what I needed and smiley told me about vintage vans group. I just bought my 4th old Chevy, 65 deluxe. I needed to look for some parts again and remember smileys reference to vintage vans. I lost the info on the guy in Youngstown, but figured this is a good place to share and network.
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Re: How did you find VintAGE-Vans.com?

Post by KISSfan on Fri Jan 20, 2017 7:34 am

I found this site while trying to find info on the earlies. I like 'em all and now own a '67 G10 shorty.In fact, that's it on the front page this month Smile
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