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Ford Econoline 1985 3D model

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Ford License
- Official Licensed Product

Ford Motor Company has specified allowed uses for this content, including editorial and non-commerical use. Each requested use will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and approved or denied at Ford's sole discretion.

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Blender 2.78 Cycles Render
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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:1155550
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal Quads/Tris
Polygons:545,311
Vertices:498,009
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
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Description
Model of Ford Econoline 1985 . Textures zip file.


Blue Van in white studio was rendered in Keyshot


Here is only 1 Blend file

1 - New Ford in black studio (Studio lighting there).


Pro lighting skies demo is ZIP file.


NOTE: Ford company forbids sell their models if they have any graffiti on body , therefore I publish only clean version of this model


NOTE: Collada (dae) file has non subdivision wire (able for games)






Third generation of Ford Econoline (19751991)

For 1975, the Econoline/Club Wagon were given a complete redesign. Based on an all-new chassis, Ford became the first American manufacturer to adapt body-on-frame construction to a full-size van.

The new-generation Econoline would become common not only in its own right, but as the basis for other vehicles. With a full frame, the Econoline became popular as a cutaway van chassis; the design served as a basis for many ambulances, and various types of trucks and buses. The shared drivetrain with the F-Series marked the beginning of aftermarket four-wheel drive conversions. During the 1970s, the Econoline became popular as a basis for van conversions. Using the sparsely-equipped Econoline cargo van as a basis, a luxurious interior was fitted, along with extensive customization of the exterior.

A stillborn variant of the Econoline, the Ford Carousel, nearly reached production as the first American minivan. While a running prototype was produced and planned for a potential 1975-1976 introduction, lack of funding led to the discontinuation of the project.
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