Amazing how a series of windows can change the whole character of a vehicle. Take, for instance, this 1962 Ford Falcon E11 Station Bus for sale on Hemmings.com, technically a Falcon and not an Econoline and thus more of a family wagon than a utility truck. Of course, these days it could take on any character its next owner decides to give it, thanks to the solid foundation and blank-slate cosmetic condition. From the seller’s description:
Engine: 170-cu.in. I6. This vehicle is a 3-speed manual (3 from the trees) on the column and is indeed fun to drive. This vehicle runs and drives, but needs mostly cosmetic work. It is listed in fair condition for its age and is a great opportunity for restoration. It passed NH inspection last year and is registered as an antique. This vehicle is a great piece of Americana that brings back nostalgia from the glory days. It has some custom design/paint on the dash, engine cover, and exterior by the previous owner that makes it unique. The undercarriage/frame is in solid condition for the year and has always been garaged since I have owned it. Windshield recently received a small crack, which is not shown in the pictures. Due to the vehicle’s age, there is no title.
This listing includes many parts and extras, such as: gas tank, manifold, manifold gasket (which needs to be replaced), emblems, battery box, directional light covers, battery wires, decals, mirrors, manuals, and numerous others. (View pictures for all the parts included)
Recent work completed: radiator, original custom exhaust, brakes, master brake cylinder, rear shocks, complete tune-up, oil change, etc.
Due to recent events, its time to sell since I do not have the time to finish it.
New Durham, New Hampshire
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