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  1. Seamus

    1972 Escort Panelvan

    The wheels were my favorite part of this too [emoji1303] I love that rat rod idea, that would be cool [emoji41] Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
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    1972 Escort Panelvan

    Saw this somewhere on the Interwebs the other day. But just read you don't like the bubble guards. Not sure about the lights on the front of this one either. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
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    1972 Escort Panelvan

    Hahaha I have the same type I think. I have always liked the vans and actually have a 1971 mini K panel van with no side windows, tucked away waiting for a rebuild. It's pretty much rust free maybe only a small amount (last time I looked at it, it was anyway. It's been stored under cover on concrete so should be ok still) Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    1972 Escort Panelvan

    You were not kidding about it being a little rusty! Regarding engine swaps, there is a lot of good idea's here, but at the end of the day it is your project and you've gotta do what suits your needs and what will make you happy. Will you be keeping the rear side windows or filling them in? The condition of this, looks like so many vehicles I have looked at in the past and said to myself, "I wish I had the skills, know how and the confidence, to fix this" but never felt that I could do it. So I am genuinely excited to see the tutorial videos and how this progresses. Hopefully I can learn something (probably lots) and build up the confidence to tackle something like this myself one day. For now I'll try and keep up with the other things you've got going on in your shop. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    1972 Escort Panelvan

    Looks good, especially for the price [emoji1303] I look forward to the tutorials. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk