by dadto5 on Oct 17, 2010 Vehicle: 1992 Ford E-350 Chateau Club Wagon 3dr Ext Van
No issues at all. It is the perfect family vehicle. Captain's chairs with fold down sofa in back. Had a second set of captains chairs and sofa pushed to the rear made room for 9, but no cargo. 10 mpg around town, it is what it is. A huge 460 on 4.10 gears. 6 mpg towing 8500 lbs and loaded with kids and gear. But it does it like nothing is there. At 180,000 it developed a lifter or rocker noise. No performance issue and some Rislone helps. E4OD has worked flawlessly. The E350 is built on a much heavier suspension than the E150 and it will last the life of the vehicle. Factory tow package needs no boosting to perform. Radiator size and cooling is awesome.
by dlg on May 8, 2009 Vehicle: 1992 Ford E-350 XLT Club Wagon 3dr Van
I have been hauling may family and various trailers around for 17 years. You cannot ask for more comfort. The four captains chairs and fold-down bed/third-row bench seat are great. I have a new crew cab pickup, but the family still prefers the club wagon for comfort. Reliability has been outstanding with a radiator failure (from towing in 105+ degree weather) being the only problem I have ever had. Paint and interior are still in excellent condition despite being 17 years old.
by Teech on Jan 25, 2004 Vehicle: 1992 Ford E-350 Chateau Club Wagon 3dr Ext Van
This is the ultimate tow vehicle. If
you pull a trailer of any kind, in my
case vintage Airstreams from 20 to 26
feet, and vintage Shastas from 12 to 19
feet, you can't do it with more luxury,
comfort, power, or practicality than
with a big-assed, full powered, fully
enclosed E350 Chateau. The fold out rear
bed, the four captain's chairs, the rear
AC to cool the huge interior space all
make this a great horse to pull your