If you are in the market for a classic pickup truck, you are in for a treat today. This old beauty has the perfect numbers — its’s got a straight six and three on the tree. It isn’t perfect, but it has panoramic windows and style for miles. Find this 1962 Ford Econoline Pickup offered […]
I’m all for custom graphics on the side of a vintage van, but I’m not so sure about this next one. The questionable aspect of recently legalized substances is not what strikes me as much as the use of the word juicy to describe the painted lady of the side of this thing. Remove that […]
If the previously posted Van would be decent for escaping zombies but doesn’t quite have the 4X4 chops that you need in your van, then this next feature is for you. Quigley Conversions, out of some backwater Pennsyltuckey township, has made a name for converting regular Econoline Van into things of legend. Today’s 4X4 Super […]
I never got into the Scooby Doo thing, but from what I understand it was an animated precursor to X-Files, where you think everything is freaky ghosts/aliens, but in the end it is just the CIA or a wealthy crooks messing with people. Except instead of Gillian Anderson, the smart person on the show was […]
I believe it was Plato who first wrote: “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” To which Aristotle added the following corollary; “And if you don’t love this van, you are trash.” Those Greeks know their stuff and there are few things sweeter than a classic van that comes with an Atari 2600 game system. I just wanna put on a Hawaiian shirt and play Pac-Man while eating Fritos on chili in the back of this Econoline. Find this 1972 Ford Econoline offered for $15,000 in San Francisco, CA via craigslist. (or $14k asking on the Bandango site). Tip from Jeff.
If Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell were born into a trailer park instead of wealthy globetrotting families (actually Epstein was born poor and built his wealth thru guile and treachery), this next vehicle might have been the limit of their damage to the world. Imagine if the neighboring trailer is occupied by their friend “Prince” Andy who comes over to listen to some Steely Dan records and children/ladies/anyone would know to give this thing a wide berth. The world would have been a safer place for everyone because the Wrassle Castle is the 1970s version of the Free Candy van. Find this 1974 Ford Econoline Camper offered for $9900 in Chesapeake, VA. Tip from SeanT.
Tipper Eric sent this car in with the following words: Who orders an Econoline with a stick and a 6? I have to meet this person! Yup, this is a strange vehicle..and one that I am familiar with..I learned to drive on similar manual transmission equipped van…but if I recall correctly my old man didn’t buy […]
It isn’t uncommon for a reader to see something on DailyTurismo and say “what am I looking at?” because that’s the way we like it around these parts. But today, I’m asking that question because I can’t tell if this next thing is a functioning auto or a trailer or a home…or…? Whatever it is, […]
The Boomers and Hipsters in their quest to project certain images, have pushed the values of Westfalias and other VW Van camper conversions to the point of ridiculousness. Never mind that they really are barely adequate to drive ad the posted speed limit on the way to your mountain campground, the image of you and […]
People complain that there is too much negativity in the world…which seems oddly self-fulfilling, but if you ever find the world getting you down, just head to your local craigslist, because the optimism overflows the cracked-in-half-cup like a California estuary. Seriously, where else will you find people asking 5 to 10 times what they will […]