Impco Automotive says it’s secured Qualified Vehicle Modifier status with Ford, allowing it to offer full OEM warranties on upfits of Ford vehicles with the Ford gaseous prep engine package.
Last month, Impco gave word that it’s converted 1,200 General Motors Chevrolet Express vans to compressed natural gas for AT&T (F&F, February 13).
Impco has a 75,000-square-foot, alternative fuel installation center in Union City, east northeast of Indianapolis on the Ohio line. The firm handles both CNG and propane installations.
“Achieving QVM status represents another significant milestone as we continue to solidify our leadership position within the automotive alternative fuel market,” Impco Automotive sales and marketing director Rob Lykins said of the Ford approval.
“We continue to expand our offering of systems that allow popular light-duty Ford commercial truck platforms to operate on clean burning, plentiful, domestic CNG,” said Jay Sandler, who heads OEM and fleet sales.
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