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“Almost Everything Works”: 1967 Ford Falcon Van


Complete with American flag on the front end, this 1967 Ford Falcon van is advertised that “almost everything works.” Thanks to reader Jim S. for this neat find. It’s located in El Cerrito, California and is offered for sale here on eBay. The buy-it-now is a steep $5,950 but the seller is inviting lower offers.


It may not have the 21 windows of the expensive VW vans, but it’s not a six or seven digit price, either! If you count the quarter windows as separate ones, it has 15 windows. Unfortunately, I can also see what looks like rust and what may be poor previous repairs in this shot. The seller doesn’t tell us much about the van, but they do say all the doors lock and all the glass is in perfect condition.


I love the access on this type of van, with the double doors opening. Honestly, I’d rather have this than the sliding door on most minivans now, especially over a long period of time–I don’t like the “gritty” feeling I get from old sliding van doors. I know camper conversions on these vans are relatively common, and I can easily see this becoming one.


Great access back here, too! The seller doesn’t show us the engine or any good interior shots, which means an in-person inspection would have to take place before I’d bid. The back floor does look solid, and I wonder if there’s a story behind the two spare tires? The engine is listed as a 6-cylinder, which would be correct, and if it is original it would either be a 170 or 240 cubic inch inline 6. The seller does tell us that it runs “nice” and shifts well. I am thinking that this could be a neat project at a different price; what do you think?  Let us know in the comment section!


  1. Avatar photo DENIS


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  2. Avatar photo TdF83

    If i am not mistaken the 170 was gone by 65 and the 240 was only offered by 67 which is the same as the 300 making it an easy swap. The best part is that it has a dual reservoir master cylinder, the first on first Gen econoline’s as this was the last year for this body.

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  3. Avatar photo Speedo

    This is rarer than you might think as it is the extended wheelbase Super Duty Van available for only three years.

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  4. Avatar photo sparkster

    It looks like water in the background , are you sure this is located in California ? ? ?

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    • Avatar photo dave

      Come out and see for your self. Were haveing more rain than the last 4 years combined! YAYAYA

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  5. Avatar photo blue oval expert

    falcon versions are more rare than the plain econoline badge ones
    find an 8 door (side doors on both left and right) and you really scored a rare one
    dodge did em, ford did em, chevy came out with the “new idea” of double side doors in 2000 something.. better late than never

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  6. Avatar photo Rick Borstein

    As an owner of a 62 Econoline pickup, I’ve always been envious of the power of the later models. The bigger rear end is a plus, too.

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  7. Avatar photo John b

    Question? How is the falcon van different from the econline can of the same era?

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    • Avatar photo Jason Houston

      They’re not, they’re both the same bodies.

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  8. Avatar photo Jason Houston

    This Feedback 3 seller isn’t likely to get any bids when he can’t even describe the car accurately or provide any details, beyond his opinion it’s worth five grand. BTW, this isn’t a ’67.

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  9. Avatar photo piper62j

    Cool cargo van.. Would make a great home-built camper..

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  10. Avatar photo Paul marriott

    I got a 8 door falcon….

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  11. Avatar photo Paul marriott

    Just how rare is this thing?

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