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used 1997 Ford E-350 Van Overview
The used 1997 Ford E-350 Van is offered in the following styles: Econoline 3dr Cargo Van, XL Club Wagon 3dr Van, and Econoline 3dr Ext Cargo Van. Pre-owned E-350 Van models are available with a 0-liter gas engine, with output up to 0 hp, depending on engine type. The used 1997 E-350 Van comes with rear wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 4-speed automatic.
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Review We bought it to haul around the family and also for use in our business hauling people. It currently has 365K on original engine and tranny. Not sure how or why the Powerstroke got in there, but it has to be the best engine for this type of vehicle. It will cruise at 70 mph all day and night while hauling 3000 lbs of canoes. Everything in it was built for heavy use. Seats are all in decent shape with only moderate cracks in the vinyl. Extremely utilitarian, with rear ac/heat fan control being the only creature comfort. Probably a prison transport vehicle due to odd wear patters in ceiling. It gets nearly 20 MPG on highway. The thing was meant to do nothing but haul people, and it performs!