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Old 12-24-2020, 08:45 PM   #1
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97+ Econoline 3D model?

Best I have found is this which I could use as a starting point to create a 3d model but if there is one out there for sale I would rather start with that. Preferably one of these formats so that I can easily import it into fusion 360. Thanks
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I would swear I posted this link here some where in the past few days---if not try this: https://www.fordbbas.com/home

You might have to dig a bit but see if its helpful.
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I would swear I posted this link here some where in the past few days---if not try this: https://www.fordbbas.com/home

You might have to dig a bit but see if its helpful.
Well thats cool that they make that public, for example here is the 07 body builders layout book as they call it. I would love a turn key model but im not having much luck finding one. But the as long as I have accurate dimensions and a profile from all sides I can make one from scratch.
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The ones I came across in recent searches are pretty expensive to get accurate.
https://www.turbosquid.com/3d-model/car
https://hum3d.com/?s=econoline&show=all
https://www.3dcadbrowser.com/3dmodel...ollection=vans
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I dont mind spending around a hundred bucks on it if the dimensions are accurate since it would otherwise take me a full day on the computer. I wish they had user reviews of the models though.
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I dont mind spending around a hundred bucks on it if the dimensions are accurate since it would otherwise take me a full day on the computer. I wish they had user reviews of the models though.
See if they have verified purchaser's reviews---those might be useful?
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