I had a shorty from around 86/87. Drove it for 270,000 miles. The shop that fixed/maintained it for me bought it for $400. It may still be alive. Had over 400,000 miles a couple of years ago. Floor shifter automatic, not column. I looked at manuals originally but rarity and the weird geometry threw me off. Had the 3.0… Read more
Agreed, the interior makes it pretty clear it’s pre-facelift (91), but the grille is post-87. It’s also a pretty rare model, being not only a non-window short length cargo van, but also having the barn doors. This van most likely has the 3.0L “Vulcan” V6, the same engine that came in Taurus’ and Rangers through 2007.
Agreed, that was my point. It’s pretty hard to buy/sell a car without transferring the title, but plenty of gaps where a car can get repaired from a collision and not get reported to CarFax.
I’d buy Ford Sierra badges and call it done.
When we sold our Dodge Nitro R/T, it had been involved in 3 wrecks, but none of them showed on the CarFax. All three were handled through insurance, and one was almost $8K in repairs (grille, hood, bumper cover, both front lights, and right fender replaced and painted), and that date/location was listed on the CarFax… Read more
I think they wrote 0+ as in it could be 0 wrecks or more.
I think that’s a causative factor. I’m probably spinning what was meant to be a humorous misinterpretation of the headline too far, but I was happened to catch part of a radio program (ABC’s Health Report) recently, and apparently this really is an issue that isn’t dealt with by the medical system nearly as well as it… Read more