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51,200 Miles
Last Modified May 17, 2024

2003 Ford E450 RedCross Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV)
7.3L PowerStroke Diesel – 51k original miles – title in hand
Price: $103,000 obo

[email protected] (yes, is correct)

Walk through video:

Sadly, the time has come to sell this one-of-a-kind beast. The rig was originally built for the RedCross and was used to transport food/supplies to disaster areas. Unlike an ambulance, it never transported patients and has minimal idle hours. This is an incredibly rare platform as it has full-width rear doors and ~ 6’3 interior height. It’s basically a studio apartment with awesome off-road capability thanks to a U-Joint off-road 4×4 conversion and BFGoodrich KM3 tires. The interior was designed for maximal living space to accommodate people, dogs, apres-ski parties and rainy campouts. I am the 2nd owner and this rig has taken my family on some incredible trips throughout the PNW and the Rocky Mountains.


Fully serviced within the last year:
• New White-Rodgers Monster Glow Plug Relay
• New fuel water separator
• New OEM steering gear box
• New front brake pads
• New front brake rotors
• Medium duty truck alignment
• Completed in 2020: Outer steering tie rods replaced, New 65-2 Autocraft battery (2nd battery replaced in 2022), transmission service, coolant flush
• Completed in 2021: fuel filter replaced, fuel pump replaced, fuel tank removed and re-lined, I.C.P sensor replaced,

Cab Area:
• Hydra Performance Tuner with 11 custom engine tunes (can hold 15 total)
• Pillar gauges to monitor trans temp, boost, and EGTs
• New carpet and ‘doghouse’
• Kilmat sound deadening applied on floor and doors
• Driver and passenger seats on swivels

Suspension & Drivetrain Build:
• U-joint Offroad 4×4 conversion with 6″ lift and Fox shocks. This is hands-down the best 4×4 conversion for Ford E-series platforms
• Atlas Springs front and rear, custom made to weight of vehicle
• Dana 60 front axle
• Custom made front and rear driveshafts
• 35″ BFG KM3 E-rated tires
• Brand new hub-centric Black Rhino wheels on front. Powdercoated steel dual wheels in rear
• Caster bushings and 2 degree leaf spring shims
• Original gearing (not exactly sure what these came with)
• NV271 transfer case

• Professionally painted Ford “Leadfoot grey”
• Winch mountable front bumper
• LED accessory driving lights
• LED headlight and taillights
• Original side lights on driver & passenger side of box (incredible for lighting up camping spot)
• Driver’s side ladder leading to custom 80/20 roof rack and large composite deck on the back 3/4 of roof (front 1/4 is solar and AC). Easily supports 4 people
• Full width rear doors with MorRyde detachable steps
• Class IV hitch
• Custom exhaust

Audio System:
• 10″ tablet-style EONON headhunt
• A/D/S PQ10 amp
• 2x JL Audio 3-way speakers in rear box area
• 2x Hertz 3-way speakers in cab
• Rockford Fosgate P300-8P powered subwoofer behind driver’s seat
• System sounds amazing

• 300-watt solar on roof (space for more)
• 2000W Victron Energy Inverter
• Digital Multi Control 200/200A GX
• Marine 120v fuse panel and marine-style fuse blocks
• 2x Voswitch 12v panels for fused controls of all 12v accessories. One control panel for driver, one control panel in the rear area
• Furrion 30A power inlet for quickly adding portable solar into set up
• 30A shower power plug
• 2x Expion360 100Ah LiFeP04 batteries (less than 1yr old). Located inside box area
• Renogy 40A DC-DC Battery Charger (charges batteries off dual alternators while driving)
• 2x Victron Energy MPPT 100|30 SmartSolar Charge Controllers
• 120v roof mount AC (runs easily on a Honda EU2200 (included)). Vehicle also has rear AC attached to compressor for use while driving
• Bluetooth rear view camera

Complete, custom interior build: (Most work completed by professional builders here in Bend, OR)
• Walls covered in Heather Gray upholstery over 1/4 foam board
• Truma Combi furnace/water heater with remote thermostat. Also has a ‘vent’ function, which is incredible for bringing fresh air into vehicle. 4 vents throughout rear box area
• 45 gallon fresh water tank mounted underneath box
• 12.2 gallon ASME propane tank
• Fully tiled shower, LED lights and Nautlis shower door. Drains into external 10 gallon tank. This area also houses a Thetford C223CS Cassette toilet with electronic flush and direct connection to water tank
• Access to outdoor shower/wash and outdoor 120v outlet
• Custom, full-size Murphy bed with brand new Bear 10” memory foam mattress
• Neptune waterproof laminate flooring over aluminum diamond plate
• Dynamat applied underneath 2″ closed cell insulation throughout the rear box area. Complete dynamat coverage in cab. Windows frames are surrounded with havloc wool as well
• Tongue and groove wood ceiling with dimmable LED lighting
• Brand new PRIME XR Plus window tint on all windows (except windshield). This is the best tint available for heat rejection and offers incredible privacy while still being able to see out
• John Guest / PEX plumbing throughout
• MaxxFan vent mounted on wall over bed
• Samsung HDTV with Roku
• Custom kitchen cabinets, professionally painted light French Grey
• Dickinson Marine 2-burner propane stove
• Flush-mount Ruvati sink and 6 gallon grey water tank
• 120v fridge/freezer. Kitchen is already wired with spare 12v if owner wants to change out fridge
• Drop-leaf table mounted on murphy bed used with camping chairs. This table can remain ‘up’ when the bed is lowered into sleeping position
• Huge bench with storage underneath. Seating area measures 5 feet 8 inches long x 2 feet deep (69.5 x 24). The storage space is slightly shy of this.
• I also have a Lagun table with two separate mounts (not installed) that will come with the rig. The plan was to mount one onto the side of the bench
• German thermometer and barometer

Length: 22.5ft
Height: 10.5ft
Width: 8.5ft (including side ladder)

• Some paint chipping on the front of the box near the passenger door. Plan was to properly prep area and extend diamond plating up to wind fairing or rhino line the right and left side
• Bluetooth back up camera experiences interference every so often
• EONON head unit was occasionally freezing on maps screen. Performed software update and haven’t had any issues
• Not an issue per se but when the 4×4 conversion required removal of the emergency brake. According to the guys at Ujoint, adding in a line lock is the best solution if you wanted an e-brake.

I am sure I am missing numerous details so please reach out with questions. Sad to see the rig go but it is time to pass it on to a new owner. Serious inquiries only.

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