The Ford Transit Box Van 1978 is an iconic cornerstone of 1970s automotive design. It has a long wheelbase that gives it plenty of room to lay out the layout of its sturdy chassis and boxy frame. The box van exudes an air of utility, as it was designed with the tradesperson in mind, while also being able to haul family-sized loads with ease. The iconic box shape boasts an impressive carrying capacity of up to 3000 pounds (or 1361 kg), while the distinctive styling has made it a popular design feature in films and television shows. Its powered by a reliable four-cylinder engine, which produces a generous 122 horsepower and allows the Ford Transit Box van to achieve a fuel economy of up to 23 miles per gallon. The interior of the Ford Transit Box van features bench seating and plenty of legroom for the driver and passengers. While the interior amenities may seem sparse compared to modern vans, it offers plenty of storage room to keep tools and supplies in. The exterior of the van features die-cast steel doors and bumpers with raised lettering. In addition to its unrivalled cargo-carrying capacity, the Ford Transit Box van 1978 is known for its dependability and easy maintenance. The van is incredibly resilient, and its low-maintenance design makes it a favorite among tradespeople. It is also one of the most affordable vans on the market, making it a great way to start your business without breaking the bank.
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