This is my second Aerostar, 1st on had 250k. These are perfect if you need something with a lot of room that can go from a work van to a family van. They are extremely reliable. They are not stylish and today's vans have a lot more amenities. I had a Windstar that I had leased and planned to replace the Aerostar with, but the Aero is a much better van. The best part is they are so cheap to purchase. I will keep this van for as long as it will go.
Tons of space, will hold 4x8 sheets of plywood in the extended van, with the back door closed. Also reliability, you can't kill these vans.
To bring it out again. They have not produced this van in 11 years but you still see a lot of them on the road. There is still a large customer base for this type of vehicle.
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