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EK Panel Truck SOLD!!!!!!

Post by The Zed on Thu Dec 04, 2008 3:06 am

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Ok, After many months of gunna sell it, Here it is. My beloved delivery van is now on the market. So whoever wants it has to be quick before evilbay gets it. Firstly the Good: This Van was found in a barn (yes I know its a cliquet) it had lived there for 11 years and had been rust converted and fisholened. I haven't done any paint or panel except cut and polish. I have replaced all running gear including HR disc front end and EH rear, New shockies all round, Four HR disc rims with new whitewall tyres, It has a 186 from an HK 350 Holley, Split Cast Iron Headers with celica 5 speed, it has a '98 Rodeo bucket bench seat and a fitted carpet in the back. It has a customed dash and is very Kool to drive. The Bad: Has a little rust in the A pillar and has some dings in the front guards and passenger door. The fuel gauge doesn't work but I think a new earth wire would fix this and the wiper switch seems to not work either but I haven't got under the dash to see if its just the wire come out.
I'm not going to tell you anything to make out this Van is the best thing you could find for your money, But YOU tell me where to find these that are registered and mod plated and do daily work as they did when sold back almost fifty years ago.

Looking forward to your responses and PM me with interest.
It goes without saying that all transport is the responsibility of the buyer, But will help with taking to Depot, or maybe delivery can be worked out for a fee.
Cheers The Zed.............................
PS. Bits that won't go with the Van are: Tail light lenses, Replaced with stock.
CD Player and speakers: Door trims will be replaced with standard trims.
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Post by My Little Rockabilly Kat on Thu Dec 04, 2008 4:03 am

the all important
how much? $$

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Post by chrome_ek_girl on Tue Mar 10, 2009 3:52 am

hey there Zed. Just wondering if you know much about split cast iron headers. I run them on my holden red 202. But..they dont have ANY make or markings on them. They are quite bulgey not thin at all, unsure if perhaps they are torana XU1 headers. Any help greatly appreciated.
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Post by The Zed on Tue Mar 10, 2009 4:05 am

Split headers came out on many models from HR up. The headers I run on my Van are HK 186s headers. I have a set of HR X2 headers to go on my Wagoon. The Wagoon runs a 186A motor from an HR and the Van runs a 186P from an HK. The thing I have found with the headers is that they extract your exhaust very quickly and its takes ages for the motor to warm up. I found this also with my Jack Meyer headers on my grey motor in the Sedan. You can run them two into one or two straight through. XU1's came out with the same headers, so yes they could be. There are plenty of others that will have there opinions on headers over extractors, But for me I prefer headers and twin straight through exhaust for the note they produce. PWOoooooRHHH!!!!
Cheers The Zed......................
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Post by chrome_ek_girl on Tue Mar 10, 2009 4:20 am

same..i have headers runnin through 2 straight through exhausts...and 3 tips out each side...loud as...but COOL as

might be XU1 headers then. Ah..warm up motor ...i run a 350 holley n cain manifold..it runs like crap till warm anyway Wink
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Post by The Zed on Thu Mar 19, 2009 7:23 am

Hey Guys and Gals, This Van has now been SOLD!!!!!
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Post by Kid Setzer on Sun Mar 22, 2009 5:56 am

Hey I saw this van driving along Beaudesert Road a couple of days ago Very Happy
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