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  • Re: 1962 econoline speedometer cable

    Yes I found the parts below.  The bigger play is in the steering column mount which I tried a plastic sleeve that was about 1/16th thick and could not get it

    davidbenz55 4 hours ago
  • Re: supervan to shorty

    Herb, Found a van identical to my old college van (which was a shorty), it was stored inside and only 50,000 original miles in superior condition. Original

    tek20001 5 hours ago
  • Re: 1962 econoline speedometer cable

    Mac's has the bushings for rods to hole in arms. Installing a pvc fitting as a bushing in the bulkhead under the floor to support the shift rods, then

    bluelemon72 7 hours ago
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Those of us that continue the life of early Econoline pick-ups and vans for their uniqueness and simplicity here is a place to buy, sell, trade, and discuss parts and ideas.

With a new year underway, January 18 was the start of our 13th year here. Quite an accomplishment for a group of Econoheads ! Our membership has grown to over 1800.

To Celebrate our 13th Anniversary, let's all try to attend a regional Meet; even if you can't drive or tow your Econoline. Check the Boad for Dates and Location.

2011 was the 50th Anniversary of the Econoline! This Year at Ford Nationals in Carlisle, three Econolines were in Invitational Building T.

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  • 1997
  • Ford
  • Jan 18, 1999
  • English

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