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1993 Econoline

Overall rating:  Product Rating: 4.5

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Universal Conversion

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Sep 12, 2002 (A Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 50 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: Passenger comfort, Reliability, cargo room, Driver's view
Cons: Slow, poor MPG, hard to park, removing rear bench seat
The Bottom Line: If you're in the market for a used conversion van Ford makes the best!

We bought our Universal Conversion van back in 1992 as a 1993 model. It is our 3rd of a series of Ford full-sized vans. We were always happy with our Fords, but especially with this one. After 10 years and over 150,000 miles we have come to the ... read more

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American original

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Dec 21, 2001 - Updated Jan 16, 2008 (A Very Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 50 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: Price, relative reliability, and affordable, readily available parts.
Cons: Maintenance, fairly low mpg, and while parts are reasonable, labor on motor is high.
The Bottom Line: If you're looking for an affordable working van this is a good choice. For personal use I think there are probably less bulky options available.

I bought this van 9 months ago and have thoroughly enjoyed it. It has good visability, a comfortable feel, and more than enough room. The driver's side seating is a bit cramped, but not too bad--and I'm 6.0. Being such a big vehicle I have never found ... read more

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Bad ball joints

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Dec 16, 1999 (A Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 30 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: Good handling, lots of space
Cons: high maintenance costs

We purchased a 1993 Ford Econoline 150 XLT in 1995. We have just been advised that we must replace the ball joints -- for the second time in only five years! We noticed severe wearing of the front tires (yes we do rotate them as required) including ... read more

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