This one found its way here, and now sits crossways under the hood of this Windstar. The ad says that it has been used as a daily driver for the past eight years, and that the engine runs well. Most likely its hooked up to Fords four-speed AX4S transmission as thats what these vans had from the get-go. The body is in okay shape, apparently exhibiting some rust in the rockers. Its also missing some chrome trim in front, and features a gouge - or a trailer hitch receiver - in the faded grey plastic of the back bumper. The paint looks like its Santa on the 26th-levels of tired, and one of the headlights has gone hazy. Oh, and its a Ford Windstar, did I mention that? The ad says that the inside - particularly the carpet - could use a good cleaning. Aside from that it looks okay in the pictures, with acres of grey plastic surrounding swathes of lighter grey mouse fur. Fords interiors in the late 90s werent totally horrible, and thats all Im going to say on that matter. Theres no mention of milage in the ad, but the keywords added to engender search results are quite funny.
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