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Ford Van 1986 E-150 Econoline E150 Runs Stick Shift 3 speed

Make: Ford
Model: E-Series Van
Type: Wagon
Year: 1986
Mileage: 53799
VIN: 1FTDE14Y8GHC18854
Color: Green
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Bethel, Connecticut, United States

1986 Ford E-Series Van Additional Info:

Up for auction is my 1986 Ford Van. It has served me well over the years but I now have a desk job and 2 kids. I bought the van about 5 years ago. The van is currently registered in CT, but the registration and insurance are expiring in mid February 2019 unless I renew. . It has average wear for its age. Sorry for the poor photo quality.
The van starts fine and the engine runs good. It is road ready and we can take a quick drive around the block. It has a 3 speed on the floor shifter with a manual transmission. The back interior is beautiful wood. The van only has 2 seats but has a lot of room for cargo. Their is a medium *ding/dent* in the back of the van. Please see the picture of the rear to see the dent. The rear doors both open fine. Tires are good. No Air Conditioning. In Connecticut their is no inspection and no emissions as this is considered an antique. Please ask any questions *before* you bid. This auction does not include any shipping or delivery. "As Is" auction.

On Feb-12-19 at 14:14:02 PST, seller added the following information:

2/12/19 Adding some photos. You can see the custom wood interior and the spare tire (included in this auction but I have not checked the tire). The other random items pictured in the van are not included. Sorry for the clutter but it was snowing and 19 degrees out today so I could not empty out the van. Also see photo of dent. The van bumped into a forklift in a parking lot in a blizzard a few years ago. Rust on dent here was from paint being chipped. Again both rear doors open and close fine. Also see photo of the engine. The frame integrity is good and the frame is definitely not rusted out. Non frame and body areas have regular expected rust for its age. This vehicle has no issues starting. However it does have an alternative starting method which works fine (even better), but it is slightly different than the factory insert key-turn key-start. Kind of hard to explain but easy to show. I think you can see in the photo but the part of the gas pedal tip is missing. The vehicle drives fine without it though. All doors still lock with the original factory key. I hope this extra information helps! Please let me know if you have any other questions. Please ask questions before you bid!