1993 Ford Club Wagon
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Ford club wagon van

by from Reno NV on August 12, 2010

I have had 3 different ford Club wagon vans, This particular van is a 4x4 and has a 5.8 liter v-8, Plenty of power and is excellent on gas when you consider you have the ability to move 15 people in o...
I have had 3 different ford Club wagon vans, This particular van is a 4x4 and has a 5.8 liter v-8, Plenty of power and is excellent on gas when you consider you have the ability to move 15 people in one vehicle. A Quigley 4x4 conversion will cost a minimum of $10,500. if you need or want a closed body 4x4 vehicle for work, camping Hunting, fishing or whatever, you will be hard pressed to duplicate or equal this vehicle at a price anywhere near the asking.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Outdoor sports (hiking, cycling, etc.)

Does recommend this car!!

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Cheap First Car

by from Golden, CO on December 1, 2006

I bought this van in 2007 as a first car. It has the 4.9l V6 and 3 speed auto. Ok fuel economy for a VAN. It is the base model work truck. A good vehicle for starting out in life. Hauls a lot of peopl...
I bought this van in 2007 as a first car. It has the 4.9l V6 and 3 speed auto. Ok fuel economy for a VAN. It is the base model work truck. A good vehicle for starting out in life. Hauls a lot of people and cargo.
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Purchased a used car

Does not recommend this car

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