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1983 Ford Econoline [E-150]

1983 Ford Econoline [E-150] in The Dog Who Saved the Holidays, Movie made for TV, 2012 IMDB

Class: Cars, Class B or C Motorhome — Model origin: US

1983 Ford Econoline [E-150]

Position 00:12:40 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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McAfee

2017-12-02 18:02

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RedBoy9199 DE

2017-12-02 18:05

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1983-91 Econline.

Gamer DE

2017-12-02 18:09

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'83 E-150 by the plate.

karoomay SY

2017-12-03 02:32

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But it has the E-350 extended rear end, so it seems it was incorrectly listed as an E-150.

Baube QC

2017-12-03 04:13

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tribute to /vehicle_27699-Ford-Econoline-1984.html ? :D

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rtsbusman1997 US

2017-12-03 05:04

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I'm not entirely sure if this being a [E-150] is entirely wrong. I think before the 1992 redesign you could get all chassis sizes (E-150, E-250 or E-350) as a extended model if you really wanted to (after 1992, only the E-250 could be a extended bodied model and that's a decently rare model. This van's wheels are small enough and suspension is low enough to the ground to make this a E-150.

tore-40 NO

2017-12-03 07:25

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Five stud wheels means a lighter vehicle, a Ford would be E-150

karoomay SY

2017-12-04 05:03

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Oh... and this whole time, I thought only E-350 models had the extended rear ends and high roofs. [Image: duh.gif]

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