The car that cares

This 2012 Ford Transit Connect channels ’70s Ford Cruising Vans

The custom van fad of the nineteen seventies is extensive absent, but for some, its influence lingers. That’s unquestionably the case for the owner of this 2021 Ford Transit Hook up, who experienced his humble modern day van tricked out ’70s-design and style. Exclusively, this Transit Hook up borrows its multi-hued livery from the 1976–77 Ford Econoline Cruising Van (and the Ford Pinto Cruising Wagon offshoot). And this exceptional Ford Transit Hook up can be yours! It can be likely below the gavel at the Mecum Orlando sale this weekend.

Outside of the tri-colour stripes, this Transit also attributes a black roof and hood moreover the all-essential porthole rear window. As the professional model, this Transit has just two front bucket seats. The open rear place is entire lined from ground to ceiling in grey shag carpeting, a need to-have custom-van touch.

Seriously, Ford must offer you this as a factory alternative.

As it stands, this Transit Hook up attributes the following factory products: a 2.-liter engine with 136 horsepower, a four-pace automated transmission, front-wheel generate, energy windows, energy mirrors, alloy wheels, and a roof rack.

Maybe comedian Jeff Dunham must buy it to go with his Pinto Cruising Wagon and matching Econoline Cruising Van. Check out out the restoration of the latter in the video down below.