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Old 04-09-2016, 07:55 PM   #1
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FS: 2000 Ford E350 7.3L RB SMB 4X4 Quigley

Priced at a negotiable $42,000 - based in West Seattle, WA 98116

2000 Ford RB 7.3L Diesel 144XXX miles
Quigley 4x4 Conversion Dana 60 axle
Electric Sportsmobile Penthouse Top with 2-piece bed
Fiamma Awning
Weld Alloy wheels with new powder coat (1/2015)
Toyo Open Country AT2 285/75R17 E
4 x tread life left spare is brand new
Road Armor Steel front bumper
Mile Marker 12K hydraulic winch
New steel winch cable, new fairlead
Ruenel Steel rear bumper with Class IV receiver
PIAA front auxiliary lights
PIAA rear auxiliary/reverse lights
Transfer Flow UFS system with monitor (56 +/- gallon capacity)
MagnaFlow 4" Exhaust
Van Specialties custom swing away spare tire carrier
New vehicle batteries 2014 (2 x Diehard Platinum)
New house batteries 2014 (2 x 6V)
Auxiliary Idle Control
Brake Control Unit
Gauge cluster with Tachometer, Exhaust Temp, Manifold Pressure,
2 x Alarm vehicle and ignition
Limo rated dark tinting all around
Jenson Heavy Duty Stereo
New Pleather Seat Covers
Weather Tech Floor mats

Custom Van Specialties Interior (1/2011 Installed)
Walk through design similar to SMB RB31
72 Roll Over Couch with storage beneath
Manual pump faucet with internal tank
Stainless sink with fitted bamboo cutting board/cover
ARB 50qt top mount fridge/freezer
NO propane or permanent mount stove
LED Lighting
Swivel passenger seat
Blue Sea Fuse box
Xantrex SW 2000 Inverter
Vinyl flooring
Storage pockets in back and side doors
Swing out barn door 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

Recent Maintenance
New Tie Rods 2014
New front hubs 2015
New brake rotors 2015
New front bearings 2015
New lower control arms
New underbody rust proofing and paint 2016

Extras
Magnetic mesh netting screens for front windows
Kodiak electric steps for driver and passenger not installed but included
Spare front Dana 60 hub and parts
Various spare consummable items (air filters, Cetane diesel additive, odds and ends)
Specific tools (Dana hub, Ford tools, odds and ends)
Hi-Lift Jack

Needs new windshield (installed prior to new owner delivery) and will have fresh oil change prior to transfer.

Van has definitely been used as intended. Built solid and runs great but has plenty of dents, bumps, bruises, and light paint pinstriping. Minimal surface rust on undercarriage and chassis. Rust stain and discoloration on penthouse canvas. Top needs a new clear coat but is watertight.

Priced at a negotiable $42,000 title in hand. I travel the PacNW for work and am very much available to help facilitate delivery. Van is in West Seattle and Im 15 minutes from SeaTac airport and open to fly and drive.

Call or text 2zero6-six6zero-8FiveOne2 or email eric.wallace0@gmail.com Lots of photos in my gallery
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Old 04-14-2016, 01:50 PM   #2
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Added a few more interior shots

Added a few more shots here and in my gallery
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Old 04-14-2016, 05:28 PM   #3
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Damn, that's a nice van! Do the windows have shades?
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Old 04-14-2016, 06:08 PM   #4
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I agree, looks nice and pretty low miles for a 7.3.

Who did the interior?
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Old 04-14-2016, 08:05 PM   #5
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No shades on the windows. The limo tinting is super dark - basically you can't see in through the side windows at all. We always camp off grid so never really felt the need for shades - plus it's great to wake up with the sun even with the top down! All the windows really give the van a nice open feeling especially with the walk through floor plan.
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Old 04-14-2016, 08:38 PM   #6
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Van Specialties in Portland area did the full interior build. Very, very high quality materials and top notch attention to detail.
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Old 04-17-2016, 06:37 PM   #7
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How wide does the bed open up to? Wish this came on the market before I bought my van I'm building it out just like your interior. Looking for the bed to be 76" though since I'm 6'3". Great looking van and free bump
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