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74 ford econoline

just picked up this van 1974 E200 motor is a rebuilt 86 straight six 300 4.9l, not running- My buddy Billy T. found Rob & Lorene's ad on kijiji, Razor & i drove down with the car dolley to check it out. gotta have it... put down a deposit, but had to leave it there, wasnt ready to go till the weekend. Me & razor went back friday, Lorene worked hard finding boxes & boxes of parts that Rob had collected over the years, filled my caravan & half the Ford. Rob came home & Found more! van was 9'' too wide for the dolley. stupid stupid me. Hung out for another hour waiting for the tow truck, I didnt really want to leave; these are some good people, but the tow truck wasnt gonna wait all night. Since I dont have a backyard (see garage video) & my front yard is already full of cars, vans and trailers Razor Let me park it at his place- now i got both my old vans stored there, thanks Ray, sorry Tanja (his old lady). now what?


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