For 1967, upgrades included a dual-brake master cylinder, padded sun visors, two-speed wipers, and back-up lamps. The Pickup can haul 1,070 lb. When equipped with optional heavy-duty GVW package can haul close to 2,000 lb. of payload.
Both the lively 170-cu. in. standard Six and optional big 240-cu. in. Six are designed to provide you with low operating cost. 6000-mile oil change and lubrication intervals, self-adjusting brakes, heavy-duty clutch and alternator are all designed for economical operation.
Econoline’s cab-forward design and big, one-piece 9.4 sq. ft. windshield provides full-vista visibility. The short 90-inch wheelbase and short 37.2-foot turning diameter let you park and maneuver in heavy traffic and congested shipping areas more readily. Optional Two-rear quarter windows to give you virtually complete, all-around visibility . . . eliminates rear corner blind spots; provides safer backing up.
|Model||Body Code||Units Sold||Weight lbs.||Price|
|Econoline Standard Pickup||87A (E10)||1,697|
|Econoline 5-window Custom Pickup||87B (E10)||318|
The above production information has been obtained from various sources and cross-checked when possible. Although it is thought to be reliable, a person considering a Falcon based on its rarity should conduct his or her own research.