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Old 12-19-2007, 02:39 PM   #1
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2006 Quigley Chateau on Thundersgarage

Saw this and thought someone might be interested. You have to scroll down to Ohio to see the van.

http://www.thundersgarage.com/4x4vans4sale.html

2006 FORD E-350 SUPER-DUTY 4X4 DIESEL WINDOW VAN
POSTED 12-15-07: This van is located in Chillicothe, Ohio (an hour south of Columbus, OH). My van is a Ford E-350 Super Duty with a Quigley Motor Company 4x4 conversion. It is equipped with the 6.0 liter Turbo Diesel w/automatic transmission and has only 7,000 original miles (Yes only 7,000 miles). The van still has factory warranty. It has the Ford Chateau conversion package with 4 captain chairs and a rear bench seat all of leather. It has P/W, PDL, P/S, P/M, C/C, front/rear heat/AC, AM/FM/CD6, built in compass and an outside temperature gauge. On the exterior it has Ford aluminum wheels, factory running boards, tow package and manual lock-out 4x4 hubs. This van is in showroom condition and has always been garaged. The reason for selling it is because I am in a wheelchair, got my license and bought this van to drive. Before I bought it I was told it could be converted to do just that. After the state inspector looked at it I was told that it couldn't receive the 6' lowered floor like I need. So this is the reason it is now for sale. I bought this van brand new 8 months ago and my parents drive it once in a while. I am asking $41,000.00, OBO. For more information you can call Nick: (740)775-2808 or e-mail: nbcottrill@hotmail.com.
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2008 Ford E-350 Quigley 4x4 V10 Gas - 144,000 miles
RB50, PH Top, Dual AGM Group 27 Deka, 2000 Tripplite Inv., No Propane or Water Systems
Van Weight 7,800 pounds, added one rear leaf to even it out, BFG AT KO LT265/70R17 E Tire press 50psi seems to run best at my van's weight.
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Old 12-19-2007, 05:16 PM   #2
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Did you see the 4wd conversion kit for Ford vans? It's an ad in the upper right. Goes [URL=http://www.ujointclothing.com] then click Vanaconda

I'm unclear on where the kit is from or if that's just a project writeup. Don't have time to figure it out.
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Old 12-19-2007, 06:16 PM   #3
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Did you see the 4wd conversion kit for Ford vans? It's an ad in the upper right. Goes [URL=http://www.ujointclothing.com] then click Vanaconda

I'm unclear on where the kit is from or if that's just a project writeup. Don't have time to figure it out.
The guy with this kit (ujointclothing)has quite a few posts on the following forum website

http://expeditionportal.com/forum/forum ... ne=-1&f=58
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Old 12-22-2007, 06:22 AM   #4
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2000 GMC Solid Axle Quigley on Ebay

This one doesn't look too bad, but I don't know anything about the diesel engine used in that year van. Is anyone familiar with the 6.5?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/GMC-Sava ... dZViewItem
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RB50, PH Top, Dual AGM Group 27 Deka, 2000 Tripplite Inv., No Propane or Water Systems
Van Weight 7,800 pounds, added one rear leaf to even it out, BFG AT KO LT265/70R17 E Tire press 50psi seems to run best at my van's weight.
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