My brother Mike just recently purchased this 1964 Ford Econoline van in February 2021. He plans on doing lots and lots of travelling in it so it will never be a dust bunny collector in any way. The van originally came from North Carolina and because of this the body is mint mint mint. Here in southern Ontario, Canada where we live, this van would have been a total rot out 10 to 15 years after it was bought new. The van was previously customized and Mike plans on putting the van back to where it should be with front and rear bumpers, original steel wheels with hub caps, one tone paint and all emblems reinstated. The motor is the original 170 in line six cylinder with three speed stick on the tree. We have had to have the cylinder head redone because of worn guides and burnt valves but the bottom end looks strong on this 170. Mike and I are going through the vehicle front to back to make sure the van is perfect mechanically in every way. In the past owners of this vehicle were totally clueless because we found countless mickey mouse disasters everywhere. The wiring alone is the worst I have ever seen in my life with masking tape and hand twist connecting. Mechanically we are having to fix everything on this vehicle and I do mean everything. This vintage truck is going to be driven, so it must be safe in every way. Once we have completed all the mechanical work and the truck is back on the road, the plan is to make the interior good enough to travel in and to make the exterior all white. This 1964 Ford vintage truck is now complimenting Mike's 1962 Ford Falcon sedan. Mikes van is now safety certified and on the road as of 2022. There are still a number of things that we have to do to make this vehicle whole but our goal is gold. Cheers.