76 Ford Econoline

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This ones been done a while but I guess I never took any pics of it. Built box Stock into your basic everyday....... Plain white van
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Very nice build...

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Nice build. Such cool looking trucks. I guess it would be the equivalent of our Ford Transits.

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NICE build! :D

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Nice van.

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Nice.

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Nice build. I had one just like it back in the early 90's. what kit is this? Is it painted or is that bare styrene?

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Nice build. Such cool looking trucks. I guess it would be the equivalent of our Ford Transits.

Pretty much exactly what they are, though the big Transit should be coming stateside shortly, if it hasn't already.

Nice looking van, Rick!

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That's nice!

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Chuck, the transit Turkish manufactured vans have been on the road , well in D C and Virginia I guess for several years now .

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Nice "Everyday Vehicle". Modeling the ordinary is appreciated.

Is that a diecast later model e series next to it? Didn't know someone made that.

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Chuck, the transit Turkish manufactured vans have been on the road , well in D C and Virginia I guess for several years now .

I found it interesting that everyone was sweating the day that vehicles would be imported from China and India, but nobody even noticed when they snuck a Turkish van into the country! :)

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Chuck, the transit Turkish manufactured vans have been on the road , well in D C and Virginia I guess for several years now .

That's the compact Transit Connect. The full size Transit is replacing the E-series soon and will be built in NA...

http://www.ford.com/commercial-trucks/transit/

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Nice "Everyday Vehicle". Modeling the ordinary is appreciated.

Is that a diecast later model e series next to it? Didn't know someone made that.

Yes its a Diecast. Its posted here on the forum too

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Very nice job Rick

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Good looking van. It is perfect for photo ops and dioramas.

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That's the compact Transit Connect. The full size Transit is replacing the E-series soon and will be built in NA...

http://www.ford.com/commercial-trucks/transit/

Yep- they're different vehicles- sort of like the Bronco and Bronco II- they share half a name and a Ford badge but not much else.

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Yep- they're different vehicles- sort of like the Bronco and Bronco II- they share half a name and a Ford badge but not much else.

Yes, and in Europe there are two more--the in-between Transit Custom, and the baby Transit Courier, smaller than the Connect.

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Yes, and in Europe there are two more--the in-between Transit Custom, and the baby Transit Courier, smaller than the Connect.

And there's even a small Ford Fiesta Van. I couldn't swipe the photo so the link to their page is here:

http://www.ford.co.uk/Commercialvehicles/New-Fiesta-Van

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I like this van a lot. Nothing to me like the old boxy style vans. IMHO opinion, these look so much better than these new tall narrow vans that look like a firm gust of wind would blow them right over.

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