2004 ford e350 superduty. Retired ambulance. 6.0 diesel with Bullett proof remote oil cooler, egr delete kit. All the updates to the 6.0 have been done. New standpipes, high pressure oil pump, ipr valve, icp sensor, new FICM, new KC TURBO stage 1.5 with 4″ exhaust. New 7.3 mechanic fan clutch. SCT tuner with 85 hp tow tune installed. There is a block heater as well for easy starts on cold mornings. With the Class 4- 2inch receiver hitch installed, this rig will tow anything! Van does have an electronic brake controller as well. Front cab has ice cold ac and there is the pass thru sliding door to the cabin in back. The rear shore power for hookups as well as 600watt solar up top. Rear ac and heat. Bluetooth radio installed in back runs on solar as well with outside speaker for listening while lounging under the 10×8 awning. The oven and stove run off propane just like outside hot water on demand shower system. The van has two propane tanks that are easily filled or exchanged anywhere. The bathroom has a flushable toilet and sink that has full rv dump valves for ease of use. The toilet has its own 30 gallon water tank and the front sink has its own 25 gallon fresh water tank. There is a 23 gallon gray water tank mounted underneath. The bed is comprised of a twin xl mattress that is super comfy. A fantastic fan is over the bed and it runs on solar as well. The alpicool fridge/freezer runs on solar or shore power. The solar setup is all Renogy with a 60amp charge controller and a 3000watt inverter. 2 new 100ah batteries are mounted in the side box along with the 2 house batteries which can be charged via shore power. A 4ft long drawer is mounted under the bed for clothing and there are numerous drawers and cubbies for storage. The van is 2wd and i have installed a Weld Tec 6 inch suspension lift kit with fox shocks for extra ground clearance. New aftermarket wheels and all terrain tires with a full spare housed inside. The van rides very good and can go just about anywhere. The original lights and sirens still work. There are 2 aluminess ladders mounted out back for access to the top on the ambo. There are 2 surface rust spots below each door that I’ve never gotten around to fixing but would be an easy task for someone. The “box” is all aluminum so it doesn’t have any rust but there are some spots of oxidization that could be addressed if one wanted. They dont compromise the structural integrity of the van so I havent felt the need to fix them and we use the van regularly so i didnt want the down time. Email me with any inquiries.