NS Custom van The 1970s epidemic is gone, but for some people the impact is long-lasting.That is certainly the case for the owner of this 2021 Ford Transit ConnectHaving his humble modern van, he tricked the 70’s style.Specifically, this Transit Connect Borrowed multicolored coloring from 1976 to 1977 Ford Econolink Cruising Van (and a branch of the Ford Pinto Cruising Wagon).And this unique Ford Transit Connect Can be yours!It goes under the gavel at Mecum Orlando Sale This weekend.
In addition to the three-color stripes, this transit features a black roof and hood, as well as a very important porthole rear window. As a commercial version, this transit has only two front bucket seats. The open rear area is lined with gray shag carpet from floor to ceiling, requiring a custom van touch.
Seriously, Ford should offer this as a factory option.
Currently, the Transit Connect is equipped with the following factory equipment: 136-horsepower 2.0-liter engine, 4-speed automatic transmission, front-wheel drive, power windows, power mirrors, alloy wheels, roof rack.
Maybe Comedian Jeff Dunham You need to buy it to go with the Econolink Cruising Van that matches his Focus Cruising Wagon. Check out the latter restore in the video below.
https://www.autoblog.com/2021/07/28/ford-transit-connect-cruising-van/ This 2012 Ford Transit Connect Channel 70’s Ford Cruising Van