1967 Ford Econoline Leaf conversion

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jawshnitzel   1 mW

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1967 Ford Econoline Leaf conversion

Post by jawshnitzel » Jan 14 2021 6:06pm

ive been working on this van project for the last few months. figured id share a video with you all as i owe it to you!!!! endless sphere is a wealth of information!!!!!

ill keep adding updates to the channel as i go. hope you enjoy!


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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPneGW ... UQW9S9GwJQ

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Re: 1967 Ford Econoline Leaf conversion

Post by e-beach » Jan 14 2021 10:05pm

I am so jealous! :lol: Looks like a great set of old bones to make into something fun!!! :bigthumb: Please keep us informed on YouTube and ES.

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Re: 1967 Ford Econoline Leaf conversion

Post by fechter » Jan 15 2021 9:31am

That's a real fixer-upper. I'll be interested to see how it turns out. I like the snowmobile thingy but I guess it's not electric (yet).
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