Hello future vanlifer,
I’m selling my 2001 Ford E-350 Super Duty V10 Quigley 4X4 Sportsmobile High-top conversion van. She has 140k miles and runs great!
She’s a beast of a van and can go absolutely anywhere! She’s about 9ft tall and 7inches. I’m selling her because I’ve lived in her full-time for a year and I loved it! But now I’m wanting a different lifestyle, so I want her to go to a new owner who loves her as much as I do. The van is currently in Denver, Colorado.
Sportsmobile did her conversion so she comes with:
4-Wheel drive (2H, 4H, and 4L)
A Warn winch on the front
Sink/internal water tank/external city water connections/12V electric water pump
A/C and internal temperature gauge
Renogy Solar Inverter/1000 watt solar panel
Internal propane heater/external propane hook up
A futon that pulls out into a twin size bed with storage underneath and 3 more seatbelts
Electric Hook-ups (if you’re at a friends or an RV park)
A manual awning that pulls out and stakes into the ground for shade or to create a patio vibe
Electric fan for ventilation or cooling
Electric gas tank reader and 2 gas tanks totaling 56 gallons, (it’ll show you whats in the main tank and the auxiliary tank, if you have more gas in the aux tank, it’ll automatically pump it to the main tank)
Storage rack on the back with storage bag
Tons of internal storage (and long storage for fishing poles or skiis)
2 House batteries
TV hook ups
Bright overhead lights and color-changing strip lights
I have a binder full of manuals should you need them, and a folder full of all the work she’s ever had done on her. There’s also the official Sportsmobile binder of the conversion layout and all the paperwork for the conversion, and I have the official documentation of her Quigley conversion.
There’s mild surface rust on her frame and some sun damage that is causing the surface layer of paint to come off on the driver’s side.
I’m up to date on all of her oil changes and all of her levels look good. In the last week I replaced all brakes and rotors and calipers. I installed a brand new rear differential cover gasket (and painted it gold), and I installed a new radiator and new leaf springs. I’ve put a good 4k into brand new parts over the last week! The tires still have 75% life on them, and they are all-terrain tires, they work well everywhere (from sandy California to snowy Colorado).
I’m asking 38k OBO, please make me a deal!
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