If you have (or have had) a bunch of kids, you probably had a van or three in your driveway…because the garage is filled with strollers, bikes, and assorted kid crap. Anyway, I can recommend Toyota minivans from personal experience as these things will drive to stupid high miles with basic automotive care…but they abysmally boring to own and drive. But if you don’t want to fit in with your car pool, what you need is a chopped, and raked and turbo’d ex-bakery Van that is about as safe as a papier-mâché fireplace. If those kids ever start getting lippy, you just need a quick stab on the brakes to show them why old cars had un-padded dash and no seatbelts. Find this 1969 Ford Olsonette offered for $19,000 in Milford, MA via fakecrash moosebach and Hemmings. Tip from Cory.
From the seller:
1969 Ford Olsonette / Grumman Van.
Former Capital Bakery of Pa delivery van. All Aluminum Body.
Custom roof chop 12′ – 14″. Slight rake for that Hot Wheels look!
Ford 300Ci 6 Cylinder Turbocharged w/ intercooler,
AED blow through carb with electric fuel pump,
MSD ignition w/ boost controller,
C6 Auto transmission with ATI convertor,
Nine inch rear with 3.55 gear with posi unit, Rear drum brakes.
Four corner adjustable air bag suspension,
Custom dropped front axle with disc brakes,
30% Gloss two tone paint job in Capital bakery colors.
The interior consists of two captain chairs and Electric fold down couch / bed,
The Walls, Ceiling and Floors are raw aluminum and will need that final touch.
This build was completed with many hours of labor & Dollars..
All parts used in this build are new, or rebuilt.
This is an Awesome Advertising piece or Head turning Cruiser.
This truck runs well and drives well, Looks Awesome, sounds Cool,
We had dreams of doing some cool stuff with this van, Beer taps etc…
Been sitting in a building for a year collecting dust, Time to go..
Will need some tinkering.. Time to get creative!!
See a better way to drive something family friendly? firstname.lastname@example.org