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by Handlebars from L.A. | March 19, 2012
Good, but steers kinda funny on the freeways compared to my 1993 E350. Perhaps it's because of a different brand of tires on it. I miss the pop out rear windows, arm rests on two of the rear seats, the underhood light, and the drawer under the shotgun seat in my old van. However, the additions of a 100 mph speedometer, a tachometer, extra electrical outlet, additional rear interior light, electrical door lock switch on the back door, and a thing that blocks access to stealing the spare tire all helped forget those missing items. Had to adjust to the steering wheel and driver's seat being moved one inch to the left.