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Roush Propane Now Available in Ford E-Series Vans

Roush converted Ford E-series Van

In brief: Although the company has been selling converted Ford F-series pickups to run on propane or as dual-fuel propane-gasoline, it is only now that they are offering the same conversions for the heavy-duty E-Series vans.

Vehicle in the news

Make/Model: E-Series
Manufacturer: Ford / ROUSH

The word

Ford E-series van converted to propane by Roush

All three of the E-series vans are available for conversion: the E-150, 250, and 350 series in either cargo or passenger configurations. The E-series vans are available in the same 5.4L V8 that the F-series pickups use, so the power train conversion is basically the same.

The converted vehicles meet SULEV (Super Ultra Low Emission Vehicle) standards and thus a federal tax credit. The conversions are available as of the first quarter of 2010.

And so ...

Next in line is the popular E-450 van, which is often used as a shuttle bus conversion. ROUSH hopes to have those ready by this time next year.

Photo credits: Roush

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