1989 Ford E-150 Econoline Clubwagon Van

US $900.00
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Avon, Indiana, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Ford
Model: E-Series Van
Type: Van
Trim: Clubwagon
Year: 1989
Mileage: 85555
VIN: 1FDEE14N4KHA73830
Engine: 5.0L V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear

1989 Ford E-Series Van Clubwagon

For Sale I have a 1989 Ford E-150 Econoline Van (Club Wagon). I purchased it about a year ago to use as a fun get around vehicle for my group of friends. It served it’s purpose, and was a blast, but I am moving away soon and it is time for it to go.
The Good:
Runs and Drives. Shifts, steers, gets you around
5.0L V8 185HP, Automatic Transmission with Overdrive
Recently changed oil and filter, Less than a mile driven since the change
Replaced tie rods ($300 Repair)
Replaced tires. Decent used set with lots of tread left!
Only 85K Miles. Id consider this quite low for a vehicle over 30 years old.
Seat belts for 7, can easily fit more. I have fit 10 people in this thing comfortably
Radio works. I believe the left front speaker is out but the other 3 seem to work.
Its honestly pretty comfortable. The backseats are great, and the rear bench folds down into a bed. I’ve slept in it before, and you could probably use it as a camper haha
Comes with Jack, and Spare tire assembly with spare tire (Took off the back)
The Bad:
Missing air intake (See pictures) Runs fine without one, but finding one from a donor van would likely improve performance and fuel economy
Missing main gas tank. Still has the reserve tank, which I believe is around 8 gallons. Fill slowly, as there isn’t really an auto shut off for the fuel pump, it will leak if overfilled.
Fuel gauge does not work. To my knowledge this is due to the fact the main tank is missing
Brake light on dash is on. Brakes seem to work fine though?
AC does not work. Could just need re-flushed
Power windows do not roll down. Could need a new door regulator
Burns oil. Not a ton, but you can smell it a bit. Drips a little oil too, but not a ton.
The exterior is in rough shape to say the least. Plenty of faded paint, rust, and bare metal to go around. Could definitely use a new paint job. The running boards are also a little rusted (see pics)
The Bottom Line:
Its a cheap people hauler that can get the job done. I had a blast with it, and it’s leaving me in better condition than I received it in. It never broke down on me while driving it, and I’ve taken it on a 100 mile trip before. It could use some work, but for the price I believe it’s a worthy investment.

Thanks for looking!
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