- Model Year: 1962
- Odometer: See Below
- Engine: V8
- Transmission: Auto
- # of Windows: Five (5)
- City/Area: Acampo
- State/Region: California
- Contact Name: Steve
- Phone: Not Provided
- Email: [email protected]
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’62 5 window E100.
Engine/Trans swap: Ford SB V8, Auto trans.
Long tube headers.
5 piece leather diamond tuck interior.
Custom carpet and headliner.
Custom widened steel dog house for air circulation.
Fat-Mat Rattletrap heat/sound deadening in cab.
Chrome reverse wheels and wide whites.
**More details from Sacramento Craigslist ad**
Sweet stance with rubber rake 5 window E100 Econoline pick-up truck.
This 1962 COE Epup runs great and is a super fun cruiser. Head-turner with staggered size wide whites on bright chrome reverse wheels. Tires are Coker Classic 215/75/15 on rear and BFG Silverton 185/70/15 up front. Strong running Ford V8 engine with smooth shifting automatic transmission which doubles the horsepower of the original engine. I was told by the previous owner that the engine/trans are transplanted from a 289/C4 1965 Mustang.
Long tube headers and custom exhaust sounds healthy, but not too loud.
Expect some cosmetic patina, not perfection or show condition.
2-Tone paint. White/Gold.
Custom 1950 Pontiac tail lights.
100 square foot of 80 mil FatMat Rattletrap X-Treme heat/sound deadening protection in cab. Nice!!
2 barrel Holly carburator.
Chrome Chevy Camaro split bumper up front.
Custom black seatbelts with chrome release/latch.
Aftermarket Champion 3-row aluminum radiator with large 16″, 2,100 CFM electric pusher fan along with the custom widened doghouse for air circulation that helps keeps the engine cool.
Full custom Equus gauges: water temp, volts and oil pressure along with the stock fuel gauge and speedometer.
Odometer currently shows 33,000+ miles on it.
Seats, doghouse and door panels are custom covered in red wine colored diamond tuck Mercedes leather.
Custom carpet is black.
Custom headliner (original was a simple gray colored flat cardboard panel).
Heater/Defroster unit is present, but disconnected.
Wiper motor works, but blades are removed. (but come with the truck)
Chrome hotrod style drivers side view mirror.
Automatic transmission shifting duties are handled by the beefy stock shift lever on the column.
Floors and bed are solid.
Shocks were new in 2015.
Brakes stop, but could use adjustment: pulls to the right if braking hard.
Summit Racing composite battery box and new battery installed 12/2017.
Locking gas cap and tailgate.
New in box (uninstalled) door seals.
It’s really enjoyable driving this rare 62 cabover pick-up with it’s incredible visibility and its ratrod attitude.
Want to be different?? These classic Econoline pickups are very seldom seen rolling down the road today.
And best yet… Sitting right above the front axle it’s a really fun ride. . . . . To me, I’d describe it as sorta like sitting on a comfy upholstered boat seat that’s mounted to a carnival ride.
It’s driver quality.
You can drive it just as it sits or take it in any direction that you dare.
$14,200. $14,000 cash
Located in Acampo 95220