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Old 08-31-2016, 10:34 AM   #1
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What year did the Econoline rear interior change?

I got a line on some 2010 interior parts for empty 2013 window van. Mostly I just want the window trims and maybe the headliner and lower panels depending on price etc.

The guy emailed me back and stated that they changed in 2011. I know that the front end changed in 08, then the cab interior in 09? So when did they change the rear interior??

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Old 08-31-2016, 11:15 AM   #2
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1992.

Minor color changes since then. 2003 (maybe it was 2002) the rear headliner changed profiles slightly to allow room for some energy absorbing foam next to the driver and passenger seats, but still pretty much the same.
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Old 08-31-2016, 11:23 AM   #3
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Thanks. I can't really find anything that says otherwise. Ford Parts shows the same diagrams from 2006 on up. Hmmmm.

Thing that concerns me is I have a newer Rear AC unit. That, I think has changed.
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I think you can take carringb's statement to the bank.
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Mine is a 97 E350

Just installed from a 2015 the rear and front headliners, grab handles, b- piller cover

looks like new
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I think you can take carringb's statement to the bank.
For sure! Any hesitance is simply me sitting in the great land of the unknowing.

Gonna go down and check it out. I'm kind of overwhelmed with the scope of the project here. An interior would be a reasonable start. I got a timeline now that I know when the 4x4 is gonna be happening.
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For sure! Any hesitance is simply me sitting in the great land of the unknowing.

I'm kind of overwhelmed with the scope of the project here.
Welcome to the club. Being overwhelmed is part of the process.
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I'm glad to hear this!!

I need to get a spreadsheet going.
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I'm glad to hear this!!

I need to get a spreadsheet going.
Start by figuring out what you can afford, then triple it. That might get you close!!
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Rear A/C has not changed either. It's still the same split-core with a vacuum-operated selector-flap.
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