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Fifty150 last won the day on March 8

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About Fifty150

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  1. Awesome. I can't wait to read about how the wiring goes.
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  3. If Ford builds a plant to build them in The U.S.A., then anything is possible. All that The POTUS has to do is provide tax breaks, lend government money (which never gets repaid), and a few other incentives such as a government purchase contract.....and it could happen. Think back to the Chrysler K Cars.
  4. Wow! Any idea what caused it?
  5. Interesting. A 2-door van. We don't get that option in The U.S.A. But The POTUS is making America great again.
  6. I suppose that living in a "no snow zone" makes my life a lot easier.
  7. Some of us buy tires based upon performance factors. I suppose longevity is a consideration. But a lot of people buy based upon cost. Not everyone thinks they'll still have that car 5 years later.
  8. Look for it, look for it, look for it......... See the CEL? Notice the mileage?
  9. Yes. Cost is a major factor in aftermarket modifications. Especially if there is a commercial use for it. No different than spending over $1,000 for a good pickup truck rack with ratcheting cargo straps, or a hard camper shell. The tonneau cover on my truck (which really does nothing) was about $700. And you can look at $500 - $1,000 for a ladder rack, cargo rack, or cargo box. A big part of the over-the-counter price is installation. You could save a little money if you can source the parts and install it yourself.
  10. From what I recall, rain water would get into the weather seals on the windows, then collect at the bottom of the door. This resulted in the doors rotting and rusting out from the inside.
  11. Cool. Sounds like you can now enjoy your van.
  12. hmmm......maybe someone would like to try to put a second generation motor into a first generation Transit Connect.......another build.
  13. You can also sell all the parts you take out of the van.
  14. Use this situation to leverage an even better deal on a newer model with less miles. Or even flip this into a brand new car.
  15. Same here.