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Old 06-12-2019, 03:29 PM   #1
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Arrow For Sale: 2000 E350 Campervan V10 50K miles, Generator, Awning

https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/...903406767.html

Located in Portland Oregon,

For Sale Ford E350 Camper Van, Extended Body. Super Low miles only 50K miles , 6.8L V10 engine, Auto Transmission, RWD, Full Floating Rear End, AC, Rear AC, PW, PL, PS, Cruise Control, Aluminum Platform Roof Rack, 4,5KW Generator, 2nd Battery in locking cabinet, Awning, New Touchscreen Stereo with Front and Rear Cameras and Bluetooth calling, Front AND Rear 2" Receiver Tow hitches, 35 gallon gas tank, almost new Michelin LTX tires, Custom Paint, dark tinted windows.
So many custom upgrades:
Two locking / lighted storage compartments one on each side (Generator compartment, and auxiliary Battery compartment.
4.5KW 120v/240v Kohler Generator for off the grid camping runs off the main gas tank, auto shut off when gas level is too low in the tank, so that you don’t run out of gas. Generator runs Rear AC (awesome for hot nights), 120V lights, and many 120v outlets, 120v/50amp Shore power receptacle with cable and adapters so you can also plug in to 120v/30amp and 120v/15amp power receptacles while camping at campgrounds. Inverter and control panel for all electrical circuits (9x 120V AC switched circuits includes one spare and 3x 12V DC switched circuits on control panel). 2 weather resistant GFI duplex outlets mounted on the outside of the van, one on the passenger side and one on the driver’s side. Many interior 120V outlets (17x 120V AC inside van, plus 4x 120V AC outside van), more than you will need. Wiring diagrams / prints included. Two dual voltage 120V/12v interior overhead lights, plus multiple 12v interior overhead lights. Combination CO & smoke detector. 120V Heater included, not currently mounted, but easy install.
4x 12 volt DC accessory sockets (two separate ones per side, plus the two up front). Also 2x USB charging ports up front and HDMI and aux stereo input.
2nd battery mounted in lockable compartment on passenger side. This 2nd battery is isolated from the starting battery and runs the interior camping accessories. Rear and side perimeter halogen 12v lights on custom aluminum platform roof rack with diamond plate decking, so you can walk on it for easy loading of gear using the Thule/Yakima compatible roof rack tracks. Custom rear aluminum ladder to access to the roof rack.
Care Free of Colorado Awning with mounts for the legs on the side of the van, perfect for sun and rain protection.
Upgraded to Ford 2008+ Front Brakes using takeoff parts with near zero miles at the time of installation (installed Dec 2016). Parts purchased from Quadvan and were takeoffs from a new 2016 E350 with cutaway body that they converted to 4WD. Included bigger front brake rotors, calipers & pads, all front steering components, Beefer front cross members, front shocks. Hellwig heavy duty front sway bar installed.
New rear brake rotors and pads. 2” Rear class IV Receiver trailer hitch with 7pin and 4 pin trailer wiring. Front 2” class III Receiver hitch installed. Both are great for bike rack and hitch mounted cargo tray.
7” Pioneer touchscreen stereo installed with upgraded speakers has Apple car play, Android Audio, SiriusXM radio antenna, Bluetooth, external microphone mounted on sun visor for hands free calling. Front and Rear Cameras installed, wires run for rear entertainment monitor.
Both front seats swivel 180 degrees. Flexible interior seating/sleeping, seat covers on all the seats. Configuration 1: 2nd and 3rd row 2 person bench seats that fold flat and butt together to make a 2 person bed 7’3” long, plus small rear platform 43.5”x36” sleeps a toddler or dogs. Configuration 2: use the 7’ long rear sleeping platform (easily installed and removed without tools) has lots of storage underneath the platform. This set up requires the removal of the 3rd row bench seat (easy tool less removal). In this configuration you can sleep 2 adults on the platform + 2 toddlers (up to 42” tall) on the 2nd row fold flat bench seat.
Interior is usable as is, but some finishing trim around the installed windows would dress it up and make it look more polished.
3 Windows installed by Van Specialties: 2 CRL dark tint t-slider windows with screens and 1 CRL dark tint crank opening window with screens.
Pop open vent windows on the two side cargo doors, front windows have air deflectors, these all create a lot of air flow when camping even if it’s raining.
Insulation in side walls, doors and roof.
I think it is awesome and very versatile the way it is currently set up. Sportsmobile or Colorado Camper Vans can add a poptop for more sleeping and headroom. You could also have Sportsmobile, Quad Van or other shops convert this to 4WD.
Note: Thule Roof rack cross bars not included

Asking $18K,
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Old 06-12-2019, 05:37 PM   #2
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Interesting that it looks like it started as a passenger van, but it's an EB without the little rear side windows. GLWS.




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Old 06-12-2019, 10:41 PM   #3
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It started out as a cargo van that was customized by a company in Florida that built it as a mobile ATM van for a credit union. They would take it to events and there used to be a big fluorescent sign that was mounted on the roof that they would rotate it upright and display their messages. There were no side windows, I had those installed they are two CRL T-sliders that are the size of the ford passenger windows. I had another CRL crank open window installed on the driver’s side behind the other CRL window. The side cargo doors had white metal panels mounted on place of the glass windows. I replaced both of those with tinted flip open venting windows. With all these opening windows with screens there is a lot of ventilation when camping.
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Old 06-13-2019, 08:36 AM   #4
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For Sale: 2000 E350 Campervan V10 50K miles, Generator, Awning

That’s a very cool rig! And with that generator you could power a small town :-)

Did you get the rotating sign with it?
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Old 06-16-2019, 11:39 AM   #5
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I had the rotating roof mount sign, took it off the platform roof rack right after buying the van and it went to the scrap yard.
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Old 06-16-2019, 11:40 AM   #6
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Price drop now $15,500

For Sale Ford E350 Camper Van, Extended Body. Super Low miles only 50K miles , 6.8L V10 engine, Auto Transmission, RWD, Full Floating Rear End, AC, Rear AC, PW, PL, PS, Cruise Control, Aluminum Platform Roof Rack, 4,5KW Generator, 2nd Battery in locking cabinet, Awning, New Touchscreen Stereo with Front and Rear Cameras and Bluetooth calling, Front AND Rear 2" Receiver Tow hitches, 35 gallon gas tank, almost new Michelin LTX tires, Custom Paint, dark tinted windows.
So many custom upgrades:
Two locking / lighted storage compartments one on each side (Generator compartment, and auxiliary Battery compartment.
4.5KW 120v/240v Kohler Generator for off the grid camping runs off the main gas tank, auto shut off when gas level is too low in the tank, so that you don’t run out of gas. Generator runs Rear AC (awesome for hot nights), 120V lights, and many 120v outlets, 120v/50amp Shore power receptacle with cable and adapters so you can also plug in to 120v/30amp and 120v/15amp power receptacles while camping at campgrounds. Inverter and control panel for all electrical circuits (9x 120V AC switched circuits includes one spare and 3x 12V DC switched circuits on control panel). 2 weather resistant GFI duplex outlets mounted on the outside of the van, one on the passenger side and one on the driver’s side. Many interior 120V outlets (17x 120V AC inside van, plus 4x 120V AC outside van), more than you will need. Wiring diagrams / prints included. Two dual voltage 120V/12v interior overhead lights, plus multiple 12v interior overhead lights. Combination CO & smoke detector. 120V Heater included, not currently mounted, but easy install.
4x 12 volt DC accessory sockets (two separate ones per side, plus the two up front). Also 2x USB charging ports up front and HDMI and aux stereo input.
2nd battery mounted in lockable compartment on passenger side. This 2nd battery is isolated from the starting battery and runs the interior camping accessories. Rear and side perimeter halogen 12v lights on custom aluminum platform roof rack with diamond plate decking, so you can walk on it for easy loading of gear using the Thule/Yakima compatible roof rack tracks. Custom rear aluminum ladder (Quick release for easy removal) to access to the roof rack.
Care Free of Colorado Awning with mounts for the legs on the side of the van, perfect for sun and rain protection.
Upgraded to Ford 2008+ Front Brakes using takeoff parts with near zero miles at the time of installation (installed Dec 2016). Parts purchased from Quadvan and were takeoffs from a new 2016 E350 with cutaway body that they converted to 4WD. Included bigger Front I-beams, bigger spindle, bigger front brake rotors, bigger calipers & pads, all front steering components, front shocks. Hellwig heavy duty front sway bar installed.
New rear brake rotors and pads. 2” Rear class IV Receiver trailer hitch with 7pin and 4 pin trailer wiring. Front 2” class III Receiver hitch installed. Both are great for bike rack and hitch mounted cargo tray.
7” Pioneer touchscreen stereo installed with upgraded speakers has Apple car play, Android Audio, SiriusXM radio antenna, Bluetooth, external microphone mounted on sun visor for hands free calling. Front and Rear Cameras installed, wires run for rear entertainment monitor.
Both front seats swivel 180 degrees. Flexible interior seating/sleeping, seat covers on all the seats. Configuration 1: 2nd and 3rd row 2 person bench seats that fold flat and butt together to make a 2 person bed 7’3” long, plus small rear platform 43.5”x36” sleeps a toddler or dogs. Configuration 2: use the 7’ long rear sleeping platform (easily installed and removed without tools) has lots of storage underneath the platform. This set up requires the removal of the 3rd row bench seat (easy tool less removal). In this configuration you can sleep 2 adults on the platform + 2 toddlers (up to 42” tall) on the 2nd row fold flat bench seat.
Interior is usable as is, but some finishing trim around the installed windows would dress it up and make it look more polished.
3 Windows installed by Van Specialties: 2 CRL dark tint t-slider windows with screens and 1 CRL dark tint crank opening window with screens.
Pop open vent windows on the two side cargo doors, front windows have air deflectors, these all create a lot of air flow when camping even if it’s raining.
Insulation in side walls, doors and roof.
I think it is awesome and very versatile the way it is currently set up. Sportsmobile or Colorado Camper Vans can add a poptop for more sleeping and headroom. You could also have Sportsmobile, Quad Van or other shops convert this to 4WD.
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