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DO NOT FEED THE TROLLS!
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Huh. I drove an '84 Royal 350 Maxiwagon and a '97 Ram Van 2500, and the doghouse covers were identical other than the color. If they moved the engine forward they didn't change the cover. I moved up to a '98 Ram Maxiwagon 3500, and it felt more like they moved the dash and seats rearward than moving the now-redesigned doghouse forward.
 

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DO NOT FEED THE TROLLS!
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I pulled heads in a junkyard from a '90 or so, that was not very much fun. It's hard to get the exhaust manifolds off because of the body of the van being so close. Top-end work would probably be fairly easy, but nothing on the front or deep in would be accessible from inside. The A-series (flat front) vans would probably be fairly easy to work on, but those are an entirely different animal.

Full-sized vans just suck to work on.
 
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