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Old 02-04-2019, 01:43 PM   #1
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2011 Ford E350 15 Passenger with SMB Power Top for sale

  • I honestly have no idea what this van is worth. I am looking for help narrowing down a fair general ballpark value/price to ask for it.
  • 2011 Ford E350
  • 15 Passenger Van base
  • Had Sportsmobile Fresno put on a power Penthouse with bed platform on about 4 years ago
  • The top is in good condition. Nothing major. Been taken care of. Lights and power elevator work just fine. No problems. Upholstery is in good condition.
  • Pictures tell most the story.
  • Never been in an accident
  • Clean Title
  • Tires still have some life in them
  • 2 WHEEL DRIVE
  • No suspension, engine or transmission modifications.
  • Been a home-made build for about 5 years so the inside is what it is.
  • The van is pretty much a blank slate at this point for somebody to do their own build inside and out.
  • Roof has a Yakima Cargo Basket, Cross Bars, and 100-watt Renology solar panel wired to two deep cycle batteries in trays mounted to the undercarriage.
  • K&N Air Filter
  • Dual Purpose Battery under the hood with 4g cables running inside the front passenger area for another inverter option under the passenger seat.
  • Back doors have a ladder and a Trasharoo bag screwed into the door which has been a favorite feature of ours.
  • 63860 Miles.
  • 2 WD
  • Gas Engine
  • Clean straight body and frame.
  • No mechanical issues that I know about.
  • Runs great.
  • Been great for our small family of 4 and dog. Its been a lot of fun as a day use and camper. Amazing as a solo get a way vehicle.
  • Located in Calaveras County California on HWY 4 about an hour from the Stockton-Modesto HWY 99 corridor.
  • I honestly have no idea what this van is worth. I am looking for help narrowing down a fair general ballpark value/price to ask for it.
  • Non-Smoker owners. Never been smoked in.
  • If you are interested in seeing it, please let me know.
  • Thank you for your help and or interest. I appreciate it.
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Old 02-04-2019, 01:46 PM   #2
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Old 02-04-2019, 02:34 PM   #3
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I might suggest starting with book value for the van (Kelly, Nada) and considering a pop top from SMB is about 8-9k and go from there. You might get fleeced otherwise or worse - reject a valid offer from someone.

I'd be in touch if it were the regular body but someone out there needs that extended length.
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Old 02-04-2019, 03:40 PM   #4
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If nothing else, you'll need to identify which engine it has, besides being a gas engine. the engine could swing your value by a couple of thousand dollars in one direction or another.

Ford has a gas 4.6L V8, a 5.4L V8, and a 6.8L V10. I'm not sure the E350 ever came with the 4.6L, but I could be wrong.



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Old 02-04-2019, 05:45 PM   #5
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I would assume a 5.4 in a Club Wagon like that.
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Old 02-04-2019, 07:00 PM   #6
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This is a tough one.

Pros: newer body style van, low miles, good shape, blank slate, pop top, racks
Cons: blank slate, rear bench is a little "vintage" for some, location isn't super convenient for most
Neutral: 2wd, 5.4?, passenger wagon (some like windows, some don't)

I would say between $15-20k. The parts sum is basically $8k for the van and $8k for the top. Hard to buy a used top, so the value is definitely there. Biggest problem is that there are a steady supply of used vans with full build outs selling in the $15-20k range. Now they are all older with more miles, but the ford powertrains are pretty robust and reliable. This is a great start for someone looking to make a custom interior or just don't need a bunch of cabinets.

I would think starting around $20k would get you some offers. I want to say more, but there have been some really good rigs for sale in the mid to high $20k range with 4x4 and full builds. They were old, but the cost of adding extras is really high. Hopefully this is somewhere in the realm of what you were thinking.

Good luck!
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Old 02-06-2019, 10:49 AM   #7
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E-350 engine is a 5.4-liter V-8

thank you for the tip
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The bench seat is just an extra. Its only screwed to the floor right now, not bolted in. It can be easily removed. Thank you
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Old 02-06-2019, 01:11 PM   #9
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This is a tough one.

Pros: newer body style van, low miles, good shape, blank slate, pop top, racks
Cons: blank slate, rear bench is a little "vintage" for some, location isn't super convenient for most
Neutral: 2wd, 5.4?, passenger wagon (some like windows, some don't)

I would say between $15-20k. The parts sum is basically $8k for the van and $8k for the top. Hard to buy a used top, so the value is definitely there. Biggest problem is that there are a steady supply of used vans with full build outs selling in the $15-20k range. Now they are all older with more miles, but the ford powertrains are pretty robust and reliable. This is a great start for someone looking to make a custom interior or just don't need a bunch of cabinets.

I would think starting around $20k would get you some offers. I want to say more, but there have been some really good rigs for sale in the mid to high $20k range with 4x4 and full builds. They were old, but the cost of adding extras is really high. Hopefully this is somewhere in the realm of what you were thinking.

Good luck!
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