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Dodge a-100 or a-108, Ford e-series, Chevy van

Hi Guys and Girls,

Happy New Year!

I already posted a few weeks ago considering the buy of a 1964 corvair greenbrier van.

I gave up on it. Why....the corvair engine is to hard to rebuild it here in Holland. Would cost me about 8000 euro to rebuild it.........

I am looking for a van with a sixties number to it. Been trying to find it on ebay and autotrader but with no succes.

Does anybody know any websites or dealers where i can find one of these early vans?

Thanks

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Craigslist is always a good search source. Here's a link to search anywhere and everywhere in the world.
http://www.searchtempest.com/
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There are two Corvair rampside pick-up projects for sale near me....

http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0PDoTEykw...le/2894831692/

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