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'75 E-150 Econoline

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Built from the AMT Phantom, and painted in colors similar to a Matchbox Baja van I had as a kid. The wheels and tires came from a '66 Riv, and the side mirrors are from a Courier. Other than that it's box stock.

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Nice job Chuck. I also remember that same Matchbox from my childhood, now I have to go dig it out. :lol:

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Super nice build Chuck, l do like those wheels. Very nice work...

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Chuck, I have NEVER understood anyone that would drive a van of any kind wiff dem "Suicide Mirrors ". Yeah, I used to sell fiberglass covers that fit over them. I have them on my 78 Ford Stepside . Soon as I can get a free day, They're going BYE BYE ! I finally found a complete set of Ford manufactured "Below Eye level mirrors " I'm tired of squinting every time I'm backing a trailer into the drive with them on the truck . I like the color on the van .................

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so clean so nice

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Nice build. I have 2 of those kits now since they were on clearance at Hobby Lobby. I'm thinking maybe a "shorty" van and then using the cutoffs to make a long one with double axles in the rear.

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Great Looking Van.

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Very NICE job Chuck, I like that color!! :D

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Classic :D

Mark

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Nice looking van Chuck! Those wheels from the Riviera really suit it! I've got four or five van kits that I really need to get to some time.

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Nice! I drove one of these Econolines for years as an installer, tough trucks. Yours looks very cool.

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Nice!

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