The Ford Panel Delivery Van 1958 is a timeless classic that has been relied on for decades to move goods and people. The simple, utilitarian design of the Panel Delivery Van harks back to a time when vehicles were built to last, before engineering was dictated by aesthetics. Its angular cabin and flat front end evoke nostalgia, while its robust frame and payload capacity hint at its capabilities. The Panel Delivery Van's exterior is made of a flat steel sheet with a herringbone pattern. Its engine, mounted on the front, is a 90-horsepower, 223-cubic-inch inline six-cylinder processor with a three-speed manual transmission. The wheels are 15-inch steel, painted black, and the body is finished in a choice of two shades of blue and one shade of green. Its aesthetic components are its slender grille, divided headlights, and the embossed-metal Ford logo which is displayed prominently. The interior of the Panel Delivery Van has few amenities. It features benches in the front and in the rear, as well as a row of cargo holders along the sides. Its dashboard has a two-spoke steering wheel, an array of simple audio radios, and a lever-operated gearshift. The suspension system of the Panel Delivery Van is very efficient. The independent front suspension is twin A-arms that support the front axle and coil springs. The rear axle is a Hotchkiss-type with a solid three-link suspension system and leaf springs. The frame is a reinforced steel body-on-frame design. The Ford Panel Delivery Van 1958 is a classic, reliable workhorse that has been a favorite among those who need a robust, yet utilitarian vehicle. It's low maintenance costs, simple design, and reliable performance make it an ideal choice for any job.
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