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FROD E350 BOX VAN Review
by -V- from Alb NM | March 10, 2014
Other than being a bit on the heavy side, it has a nice look and feel, No Cruse control or glovebox, Arm rests are almost useless due to the position and size, I wish it wasnt so high off the ground, but otherwise no complaints.
by THE OLD MAN from RCI towson Md | December 14, 2012
The above vehicle was purchased by the company I work for, Roberts Co. Inc. We got it at a fair price and the people we dealt with were nice, polite and knowledgeable. When we took the vehicle back for service, the mechanics were first rate and did a fine job.