1996 ford e350 van. (Formerly an ambulance) fuel: diesel title status: clean transmission: automatic
1996 Ford E350 / F350 Front end van 4x4 condition: excellent cylinders: 8 cylinders drive: 4wd fuel: diesel odometer: [hidden information] approx paint color: white size: full-size title status: clean transmission: automatic type: other Considering the ridiculous cost of a Ford version SportsMobile ( Sport Mobile / Sportmobile ) this is an alternative that will get you almost anywhere that you can actually afford. 2 inch lift accomplished via simple blocks and leaf springs left suspension intact.
The miles are approximately 128,000 but growing as the van is currently still driven. Please see pictures for an idea of all the features that are in this 4x4 RV Motorhome Van. I have a converted this old Ambulance 4x4 for sale. I have replaced this unit with a Revcon.
This van is my fourth in what seems to be a long career of our 4x4 camping tastes. Im sure I'm forgetting something on this van but below is a list of what it has. It has a new folding couch that makes a bed and shore power heat. AC front and rear that are engine driven. Shore power AC, (or run of gen). This thing will tow a house and has gotten as high as 21 mpg. Towing a trailer drops you to 15-18.
*Quigley 4x4 Conversion when new, the only true, ford factory parts, conversions on the market. *Every service record from when it was new. It's thick as a bible and very detailed *Limited slip 4.10 axle differential differentials in the back AND front. This makes this machine a TRUE 4 wheel drive. Better than Dif Loc Lock - Differential wont make truck bounce around. *Side Door spot lights *Fog lights in all 4 directions that are high intensity! *5 Fogs in the front will turn night into day.! *Exterior shower tent. *Exhaust Fan *Rear Air and Heat *Front AC - Heat *Inverter DC to AC *External 110AC 30amp connection to power inside electrical outlets from an outside source or a Honda Generator included in the sale. It is model Honda IU 2000 * Dometic Refrigerator and Freezer * Crazy amounts of storage * Manual Locking Hubs *Mechanical 4x4 control stick. Won't fail like push button types. * Hi and Lo range 4x4 * Tow bar * 4 batteries (two new, two dated)
* A never used pottie system *Snow tires capable of taking studs for snow or ice with more than 80% tread remaining on back -- Front tires are two months old, and a spare *High Capacity Alternator * CB Radio * Microwave * 2 inch receiver mounted and welded to frame for a winch or front rack. Winch is included ! * Power Locks, power outside cabinet locks as well * Ungodly amounts of exterior and interior storage, locking compartments * Ladder to get access to the roof for putting out chairs at NASCAR races or whatever you like.
This vehicle has successfully driven on unimproved and extreme hunting roads. It is a breeze on soft sand. If you are looking for a beach machine, fishing, prepper vehicle, or hunter, this is it. Remember this van has true 4 wheel drive accomplished by dual limited slip differentials. Vehicle recently passed state inspection. EVERYWHERE we go, we get looks, comments, and if I'm at a gas station, I almost always have to give a tour of the inside. I only buy things that are unique and your jealous friends would have trouble duplicating. This is the cheapest way I can think of to get a 4x4 RV with out the inflated prices of a Sportmobile. Don't misunderstand me, Sport Mobile makes a great 4x4 pop up RV, but when I take this one to Carolina Beach -- I get WAY more attention than my two buddies with the Sportmobile or the Chanook. Compare the prices of a Roadtrek and the value increases even more. And This van is simply a power house. The legendary 7.3 turbo diesel and all maintenance since new Call or text with questions [hidden information]