I’m willing to go under fire for this opinion: some vehicles don’t do anything well. Take this 1963 Ford Econoline: it would be a cool truck, except that there is no useful bed left. Part of it is filled with Chevrolet big-block, and the rest is filled with tube frame and rear tires. So, no, it’s not a truck. It’s not exactly a sports car either, two seats be damned. So what is the “x-factor” with this flat-nosed Ford that has us twitching? Is it the slammed-low stance? Is it the mid-engined 454 Chevy and the TH400 offering up the promise of severe hoon antics? What is it about this nearly-finished monster that is begging for a solid romp on a desert road with nobody looking? Can you answer that one for us?