The Canadian-built Econolines had a different data plate from those built in the USA. Right now we have only data from 1965. We have made some assumptions about the 1961 to 1964 Econolines.
Here is the Warranty plate data from a specific Canadian Ford Econoline
|SERIAL NO.||TRIM||PAINT||AXLE RATIO|
|SERIES||W.B.||MAX G.V.W. LB.|
|ENGINE||TRANS||SPECIAL ORDER NO.|
Notes: 1964 (titled) short wheelbase no windows van, Mercury (is paint code 1R or RR?)
|Year - Model Name||1961-1964 E100|
|Assembly Plant||Oakville, Ontario|
|Engine Code (1st digit)||5||6 cyl. gasoline|
|Body Type (2nd & 3rd digits)||92||Van 89A,F,G,H|
|Series Code (4th & 5th digits)||11||E100 Econoline|
|Wheelbase (W.B.) (6th & 7th digits)||90||90" wheelbase|
|Drive (8th digit)||L||Left-hand drive|
|Numerical Sequence of Assembly||98242A||Assembled in 1961-1964|
|Gross Weight Range||unknown - This should be an A|
|Make (1965 only?)||M||Mercury|
|Wheelbase (W.B.)||90||90" wheelbase|
|Maximum Gross Vehicle Weight (MAX. G.V.W. LB.)||4350||4350 pounds|
|Engine||T||gasoline, 6 cyl, 170 c.u.i.|
|Year Assembled based on Engine code||T||assembled in 1961|
|Transmission||3 L/D||3 speed, light-duty|
|Special Order Number||PA-D1257|
NOTES: The following may or may not apply to this particular vehicle.
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