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Old 03-23-2019, 12:50 AM   #131 (permalink)
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I've been craving an Ultravan for decades but they sure are hard to find- especially at my price point.

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I've been craving an Ultravan for decades but they sure are hard to find- especially at my price point.
I sincerely hope you find one, Frank. Your knowledge of the subject of FE, combined with the pleasure of travel would make a great blog.
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The Ultravan was mentioned in this thread, post #25.

If you ever get serious about finding one, a guy worth contacting is Ken Hand. He's a Corvair nut/mechanic/racer. Last time I was at his place (in Michigan), he had three Ultravans there.

Handy Car Care (Not a great website, but has his contact info.)

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