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Features Econoline Madness Who's got one?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by kornfedlifer, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. erock805
    Joined: Jul 30, 2006
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    And its badass with a new 200 and 4spd


     
  2. here is one we built a few years ago
     
  3. more pics on facebook speedfreaks rod n customs
     
  4. crowen57
    Joined: Nov 1, 2010
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    Thanks guys! She pulls great. With the trailer 70mph is no problem, on flat ground that is! She did OK in the Arkansas mountains too.

    Carl
     
  5. Gasser57
    Joined: Aug 23, 2005
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    My daily and band equipment hauler...
     

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  6. 63econo
    Joined: Aug 24, 2006
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    from NJ

    Thanks Philbilly, I was going to go with the Cragars, but I thought the supremes looked better with the skinny whites [​IMG]
    Sean
     
  7. fuzzy bunny
    Joined: Feb 28, 2007
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    No worries man. ;)
     
  8. Dallas
    Joined: Jul 21, 2007
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    Does anyone have complete dash pics? I'm looking at glovebox door area and any pics with the dash skirts? Many thanks!
     
  9. NEWBIE HERE! My soon to be new whip! I am not sure where i want to start its going to be my surf van so I want to do some wood paneling and maybe a fold down bed in the rear any suggestions would be rad.[​IMG]
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  10. RodStRace
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    thejohnathanpaul, I'd suggest coating the floor with something real good if you plan on carrying salty wet stuff around. I've owned 2 OT vehicles that were used for recreational sea stuff, and both were rustfree except where the gear sat.:mad:
     
  11. Just saw this on Portland CL don't know if it's been posted, reminded of the dodge that Tom McMullin built years ago
    Jag independant front and rear suspension and rear engine. Don't ask I know nothing else
     

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  12. Yeah any recommendations? I wantto put birch paneling everywhere inside including the floor. I love the natural wood look
     
  13. Hellfish
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    You have pop out windows. If you need to pull the windows and seals for paint, be very VERY careful and preserve the seals. They do no make those seals any more (only stationary window seals)

    You need to check out Church's van then!
     
  14. RodStRace
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    Oh, yeah!!!
     

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  15. butch27
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    Does anyone have a pic of a stock '65 Econoline wheel? I have No stud length at all past the lug nuts. I think the studs should be a little longer.??
     
  16. crowen57
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    Are the lug studs short on all four wheels?
    Do you have front disc brakes?
    If so, longer lug studs should be used up front.
     
  17. Hellfish
    Joined: Jun 19, 2002
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    As long as the nut threads all the way on, you should be ok, but a little extra is nice. I didn't have a problem until I did a disk conversion.
     
  18. Pacsh
    Joined: Apr 11, 2010
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    from Venice, FL

    No way! I was looking into buying that Falcon! The previous owner said he had a couple people lined up before me, and I guess one was you. Congrats!
     
  19. jonahboo
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    from NJ

    not mine (but very cool - from Lead East Pre-Party)

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  20. nmbuellist
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    Sorry the dually thing makes me want to thow up
     
  21. Church
    Joined: Nov 15, 2002
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    from South Bay

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  22. butch27
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    crowen: No disc brakes just stock.Weird -- scares me.
     
  23. Hellfish
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    That's really cool! Kinda goofy 70s cool, but still cool
     
  24. Love the white pickup
     
  25. johnny b. badd
    Joined: Nov 7, 2010
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    Here's my peach. 67 G-10. 250 L-6. 3 on the tree. Picked her up on Craigslist for $500 sans tires and wheels. Evicted the tenants, put on the 14" Keystones and DROVE her onto the trailer. This one started it's life as a Ma Bell truck (display van) One side is panel and the other is all windows. Damn I love this truck....

    johnny b.
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  26. onelowponcho
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    My 67 waiting for paint
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  27. Oxymoron
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    The dash looks great.
     
  28. econolizer
    Joined: Dec 11, 2010
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    from Vanville

    New here. Love my Eco, here it is.....I know it's my avatar, but I have to show the No-Door!
     

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  29. BigScott666
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    from East Coast

    nice
     
  30. Philbilly
    Joined: Dec 21, 2008
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    Cragars look good, but those supremes look right at home!

     

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