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Old 03-26-2017, 08:43 PM   #1
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2000 E-350 SMB (RB31) w/7.3L Diesel, 4x4, Bumpers/Winch, Aux Fuel Tank

2000 Ford E-350 (Regular Wheelbase)
7.3L Diesel, Automatic, 151K Miles

Exterior & Mechanical:
Quigley 4x4 Conversion, Dana 60 axle
Electric Sportsmobile Penthouse Top, Sportsmobile 2-piece bed
Fiamma Awning
Weld Alloy Wheels (Black) w/Toyo Open Country AT2 285/75R17 E
Road Armor Front Bumper, w/Mile Marker 12K Hydraulic winch (newer winch cable & fairlead)
Ruenel Steel rear bumper with Class IV receiver & Spare Tire Carrier
PIAA front auxiliary lights (Halogen) + LED front Spot lights
PIAA rear auxiliary/reverse lights (Halogen)
Transfer Flow UFS system with monitor (56 +/- gallon capacity)
MagnaFlow 4" Exhaust
Diablo 60hp Performance Chip for 7.3L Vans
Auxiliary Idle Control
Trailer Brake Control Unit
Pillar Pod gauge cluster with Tachometer, Exhaust Temp, Turbo Boost Pressure
Alarm w/Immobilizer
Surepower Battery Isolator for House Batteries


Interior:
Van Specialties Interior walkthrough design similar to RB31
72Ē Roll Over Couch with storage beneath
10 Gal Freshwater tank w/manual pump faucet
Stainless sink with fitted bamboo cutting board/cover
ARB 50qt top mount fridge/freezer
LED Lighting
Swivel passenger seat
Blue Sea Fuse box
Xantrex SW 2000 Inverter
Vinyl flooring (with removable mats for cleaning)
Storage pockets in back and side doors
Swing out barn door galley cabinet with fold down shelves (removable)
Lots of storage cabinets
Door Talon
Extra Dynamat insulation in front doors and doghouse
Full Dynamat behind walls and under floor from seats back (Makes this van exceptionally quiet)
Limo rated dark tinting all around
Stereo + Amplifier, 4 Infinity Speakers
Front Seat Covers
Weather Tech Floor mats

Recent Maintenance
-New Tie Rods (5/2014)
-New Vehicle batteries (10/2014) (2 x Diehard Platinum)
-New House batteries (10/2014) (2 x 6V)
-New Front Hubs, Brake Rotors & Front Bearings (4/2015)
-New Rear Brake Pads & Rotors, Rebuilt Calipers, Repack Bearings, Brake Flush, Front Steering Stabilizer, Torque Arm Bushings, Alignment (4/2016)
-Front Dana 60 Kingpins Rebuilt (5/2016)
-New Turbo Up-pipes, Turbo Boots, New EGT Gauge Probe, New MAF Sensor (6/2016)
-New Windshield (8/2016)
-New Fuel Filter (Engine), Fuel Filter + Water Separator (Separate unit on the Frame), Fuel Lift Pump, Air Filters, New Front Wheel Hub Lockouts (9/2016)
-New Upgraded Front Coil Springs, New Custom Rear Leaf Pack (Atlas), New Rear Shocks (Bilstein) (1/2017)
-New CO2 Detector, Side & Rear Door Lock Actuators (3/2017)

After several adventures, weíre offering our Sportmobile up to a new home as we have the itch to try something different. This van is well outfitted for any adventure and has been incredibly well maintained for trouble free ownership for the next owner- much of this was preventative maintenance to ensure we did not ever have issues when on the road. We just took it on a 1700 mile ski trip through sub-zero temperatures and the van was flawless, including starting up in said sub-zero temps without a single hiccup. No rust to speak of on the frame or body, and aside from the items noted below, everything works flawlessly.


The Suspension was upgraded in early 2017 to get rid of the dreaded Quigley rough ride- quite simply, we were tired of feeling every inch of road. The new coils provide a couple of inches of height over stock, and the rear springs were custom built by Atlas specifically for this van, with full weight (Both fuel tanks full, water tank full, 2 adults, dog, 250# of gear, and another 500# of tongue weight) and a trailer. The van rides, quite simply, like a dream compared to the ride before and any Quigley Iíve ever been in. No bouncing off the bump-stops at every bump in the road, and makes long trips much more enjoyable.


The Van has been used as intended by ourselves and the previous owners, and has seen some time offroad. The three items of note: 1.) It has a couple of dents on the rear passenger corner, and a scrape on the driverís rear rocker panel, as well as light paint scratches from trees/bushes as we went by. 2.) The top (fiberglass) is starting to have the paint clear-coat peel, but is watertight. 3.) The ABS/Cruise control system is disabled, as the new replacement Dana 60 hubs have not been machined out for the ABS tone rings from the Quigley system. I have the ABS sensors to go with should you decide you want to find a machine shop to tackle this for you (or alternately, you can buy new hubs straight from Quigley).


This van is built well and turns heads wherever it goes! Located in Denver, CO, with clear CO title in hand.


$46,000/best.
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Old 03-26-2017, 08:45 PM   #2
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Old 03-27-2017, 04:30 PM   #3
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Good Looking Ride! You should have no trouble selling it!
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