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(BBC-US)   A groovy look back at the Ford Econoline van   ( divider line
    More: Cool, Ford Econoline, Chevrolet Corvette, Ford Motor Company  
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2014-02-14 09:55:21 AM  
Thank you Modmins.
2014-02-14 09:58:25 AM  
I hear the Econoline was also usually filled with free candy and puppies.
2014-02-14 10:24:29 AM  

FirstNationalBastard: I hear the Econoline was also usually filled with free candy and puppies.

Yeah, my uncle totally lied about that. But at least I got ice cream after.
2014-02-14 11:11:32 AM  
Sorry, but a transit will never have the coolness of mag wheels, airbrushed wizard, side pipes, and full shag interior w/water bed.
2014-02-14 11:19:11 AM
2014-02-14 12:06:48 PM  

baka-san: [ image 750x465]

Holy shiat that's awesome
2014-02-14 02:41:43 PM  
I learned to drive in one of those, 3-on-the-tree and 144 burning cubes. In New Jersey, in the winter. I can drive just about anything, anywhere. Dad sold it to some kid in 1967, who crashed it within a week.
2014-02-14 03:43:41 PM
2014-02-14 04:01:18 PM  
2014-02-14 04:17:24 PM  
The trucks are cool, too.
2014-02-14 09:02:40 PM  
The transit looks awful
2014-02-15 06:45:03 AM
Used by three guys, one who walked a marathon every day, from St. John's to Thunder Bay.
2014-02-15 07:44:17 AM  
Bruce Berry was a friend of mine; he used to drive that Econoline van.
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