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Ford E350 Econoline

In 1960, Ford Motor Company introduced something entirely new that was destined to make the old panel wagons of a previous generation obsolete. That was new thing was the Econoline van series. Also known as the "Club Wagon," the Econoline went on to become one of the most successful full-sized vans in the history of motor vehicles. By the time the Econoline was discontinued in 2007, 80% of the vans sold in the U.S. were Ford Econolines.

The Ford Econoline E350, along with its mates, the E250 and E150, is the quintessential working vehicle. A small number of Ford Econoline vans are purchased by families and individuals. However, the vast majority of these are purchased by professional tradespeople such as electricians and plumbers, and institutions that include schools and colleges, churches and taxi companies. They are also popular with small and large businesses that need reliable transport for cargo; nearly 50% of all Ford Econolines are built for this purpose.

The Econoline was Ford Motors' answer to the Chevy Corvair Greenbrier Sportswagon as well as the VW Type 2 Microbus. The latter had become extremely popular when it first arrived in U.S. dealer showrooms in the mid-1950s. The original Econoline was built atop the Falcon platform, and was the first domestic vehicle to offer a "cab-over" design with the front-mounted engine placed underneath the driver's seat. This made for excellent visibility. The Econoline offered several advantages over its Chevy and VW competitors; primarily, a larger, more durable and more powerful water-cooled engine (the Chevy and VW were powered by what was essentially an overgrown motorcycle engine). The Ford engines were available in sizes ranging from 144 to 240 cubic inches and delivered power to the back wheels through a three-speed manual or automatic transmission. In the beginning, the intention was to make most Econolines into cab over pickup trucks - and indeed, a few of these from the early 1960s survive and continue in service on U.S. roads. However, these were never more than 10% of total production; the van configuration proved far more popular and useful among automotive consumers.

There was a reason for that: namely space - and plenty of it. The first Ford Econoline offered 40% more cargo space than a ton panel truck - up to 200 cubic feet. In 1961 alone, Ford produced nearly 30,000 enclosed cargo vans for delivery companies and tradesmen. Then, in 1968, the Econoline platform was switched from the Falcon to that used for the F-Series pickup. It was fitted with a larger engine as well. Between these modifications, this enabled the Econoline to carry much more. In the early 1970s, Ford came out with a "cutaway can chassis" that was useful to second-party manufacturers that produced camping vehicles and ambulances.

It is still used in this manner today. Those who own a Ford E350 Econoline or similar use aftermarket components to build their own recreational vehicles and for other uses. Find an entire range of Ford E350 Econoline van parts at steep discounts at PartsGeek.com.



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