This is my 4th Aerostar, and I still
love it. I canít find anything out
there to replace it without stepping
up to a big van (to do this I would
have to sacrifice my great fuel
economy 18/23). I bought my first
Aerostar, an '89, in 1991, put 192,000
miles on it. My next one was a '92
that I traded with 132,000 miles. My
next one was a '91. It was totaled
(rear-ended) with only 99,000 miles.
My current Aerostar, I bought to
replace the totaled '91, is a 1995
with 155,000 miles on it. I still take
it on family vacations. Out of all 4
Aerostars, I have not done any engine
overhauls or tranny jobs. Just normal
repairs including changing fluids
Drivers comfort, seating height and
overall road visibility. Ability to
haul big loads with the seats out (4x8
sheets, 26 cu ft refer and shut the
hatch, 1800 lbs of river rock for
landscaping) and an entire Thomasville
dining set w/six chairs.
Few more ponies out of the 3.0 V6, get
rid of the cumbersome heater hose
connectors/fittings, avility to open
all doors when you open the liftgate.
Bring the Aerostar back to the Ford
line-up RWD of course.
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