Exterior Color: White
Model: E-Series Van
Interior Color: grey
Drive Type: rear wheel drive
Blue Diamond, Nevada, United States
This is a used 15 passenger 1998 V-10 ford E350 van. NO RESERVE. Runs solid as a rock. I am selling it because it needs the stickers peeled off and it has a couple minor problems.
#1 The anti-lock brakes sometimmes freeze up below 15 MPH. You can still stop of course but it makes that wierd buzzing noise.....It can be fixed from a deale. We drive it but the anti-lock brake light stays on...all the time.
#2 The van shakes a little at 65 MPH but below that it runs great and above that it runs great. Not sure what it is but it does nt stop us from driving everywhere in it.
It is super powerfull and there is noreason this van will not run for another 10 years for basically doing nothing other than the above in repairs. The tires are 50%. I suggest the use of this van be work although it has all 15 seats (I had not put them in the van at the time I took the pictures). The seats are in GREAT shape. We used it for shuttling people at our bike shop in Utah to different towns cities and trails. There are some small dents on the roof and some minor dents in the bumbpper but it has never had an accident and the body is a rock. The paint is fantastic as we have had ait wrapped with a sticker as long as we have owned it. Pick up in Blue Diamond NV and drive accross the country no problem.
If you have questions I will try to answer them as fast as I can but this is one of 15 vans I use so it might take awhile. This is the only van for sale. Good Luck
The last time we saw Tanner Foust at the Nürburgring he was sloshing an SVT Raptor from kerb to kerb. Sticking with Ford but swapping keys, this time the drift champion and Top Gear USA host goes to the opposite end of the manufacturer's tuner garage and plucks a Fiesta ST for 'Ring duty.
The 179-horsepower front-wheel-driver acquits itself well by the end of the video. But be warned, Foust doesn't set a 'Ring time and it's shot like a commercial... because that's what it is. Still, you can enjoy all two minutes and 31 seconds of it below.
Ford has, for at least the second year in a row, teamed up with techno promoter Paxahau and a couple of artists to make music in recognition of the Detroit Movement music festival. This time, Movement performers Ataxia and Secrets were selected by Ford, and were invited to spend some time at the automaker's Michigan Assembly Plant, which gives birth to the Ford Focus and Focus Electric models.
Now that we know the what, how about the why? According to Ford, "Detroit is uniquely tied to the origins of the electronic music scene. In the 1980's variations of electronic music stemmed from inspirations of industry, including the automotive sector." So, there you go. If you're interest is piqued, feel free to read the press release, watch the video and listen to the tracks below.
It comes as no surprise when Ford says that 32-percent of Focus ST buyers are under 35, but we weren't expecting this: the average annual salary of Focus ST buyers is $127,000. Twenty-two percent of non-ST Focus buyers are under 35, while their average annual salary is $67,000.
We like the Focus ST because it has 252 horsepower, is genuinely fun to drive and offers great value for performance-minded car enthusiasts; facts that are not lost on customers, it seems. Ford says that the Focus ST has the highest percentage of conquest sales for a non-hybrid model it sells, and that the top-four trade-ins are from Honda, Chevrolet, Mazda and Toyota. Demand for the hot Focus is strongest in Los Angeles, Detroit, Houston and Orlando.
"[The Focus ST is] having this kind of halo effect for other vehicles we'd hoped for when we invested in the ST brand," says John Felice, vice president of US marketing, sales and service, because it's helping to boost sales of other Ford vehicles.