E-100

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E-100

Post #1 by Nashtooth » Mon Jun 22, 2015 10:31 pm

I just saw a shorty '69 that belongs to a friend of my son that has a 170 and three on the tree. It has a faded Radio Shack graphic on the body and the owner is thinking it was a fleet purchase. I had no idea the small six went into vans after 1967 but I am jealous of the mileage he's going to get out of it.

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Re: E-100

Post #2 by CoupeBoy » Tue Jun 23, 2015 1:04 pm

A full van, or one of these?
They came with both small and big sixes.
2 ford econoline van ups , pick ups - not mine (Fargo) $3499 wrote:Have two ford econolines , ones in decent shape , other is pretty rusty. Enough between the two to make one nice one . Neither run . Doesn't come with after market rims . Have all good glass, easy to v8 / straight six swap these . Selling as a pair. 3499$ cash . Green one has title . And would look awesome if it was clear coated over the factory paint ! Bill of sale for blue one . Can deliver with in reason . Call or txt 701540151six thanks motivated seller will trade for 4x4 atv plus cash , or equal value .
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The other one is very rusty along the bottom, I find it interesting because of the extra built in tool boxes.
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There is a family that lives close to where I work, and I'm trying to convince them to sell me one of these with a small six in it.
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1967 200/C4
1965 240/bellhousing/flywheel/clutch/3.03 bell pattern
1975 250/flexplate
1975 300/flywheel

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Re: E-100

Post #3 by Nashtooth » Tue Jun 23, 2015 11:44 pm

It's the second generation, snub nosed one, built from 69 to 74. My Clymer book lists the 170 while the Haynes people do not.

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Re: E-100

Post #4 by bubba22349 » Wed Jun 24, 2015 1:23 am

Looking at the Vin code the 5th symbol is the engine code there were 2 engines offered for the 1969 Econolines. :nod:

U = 170 cu. In. Six
G = 302 cu. In. V8
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Re: E-100

Post #5 by 69E100 » Mon Apr 02, 2018 3:11 pm

I think the 4th digit in the vin is the engine code:
Here is a great website for decoding:
http://secondgeneconolines.net/viewtopic.php?t=29

Engine combos for 69' were:
A 240 Six
F 170 Six
G 302 2V V8

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Re: E-100

Post #6 by BigBlue94 » Thu Jun 21, 2018 12:06 pm

I've gotten parts off a 74 E100 with a factory 240. That's about al I can comment on. It had a 300 head on it too. I don't know what the stroke is, never measured it.

Jamb sticker, showing "A" as the 4th digit.

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