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My 1961 ford econoline

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Cdcracing

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My 1961 ford econoline

Post by Cdcracing on Wed Oct 02, 2013 9:50 pm

My 1961 ford panel van . So far all I've done is engine work . Brakes and suspension all the way around . So this is what it looks like from the start . This is my first one . Have alot of plans for it .so this is a start .Might take a year to get everything done . I've good people thats doing the work for me . I don't know anything about restoring . I paid $2300 and have put another $3000 into the engine suspension .
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Cdcracing

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Re: My 1961 ford econoline

Post by Cdcracing on Wed Oct 02, 2013 10:05 pm

Cdcracing wrote:My 1961 ford panel van . So far all I've done is engine work . Brakes and suspension all the way around . So this is what it looks like from the start . This is my first one . Have alot of plans for it .Might take a year to get everything done . I've got good people thats doing the work for me . I don't know anything about restoring . I paid $2300 and have put another $3000 into the engine suspension .
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Re: My 1961 ford econoline

Post by savage on Thu Oct 03, 2013 5:04 am

Looks like it s in great shape & well worth the time & work.
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Re: My 1961 ford econoline

Post by dix on Thu Oct 03, 2013 5:30 pm

Looks like you found a great condition project..


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Re: My 1961 ford econoline

Post by vanny on Thu Oct 03, 2013 6:22 pm

That's looking like a great project! Congrats and Enjoy the process! Take your time and do it right!


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Cdcracing

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Re: My 1961 ford econoline

Post by Cdcracing on Thu Oct 03, 2013 10:27 pm

That's what I got planned . Taking my time . I have to save up money to get certain projects done right on the van . I can do some of the little stuff but I have to leave the rest to the mechanic and auto body guy . Don't want no short cuts done . Can't wait for the day it complete . It will be nice .

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