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Old 10-16-2011, 08:29 AM   #1
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New price...1993 Ford E-350 Quigley

7.5L (460) with 120k miles, 4-speed automatic (E4OD), it lived in Utah until 2 years ago, currently located in upstate NY (Wayne County), no rust, well maintained, third owner.

New within two years... transfer case rebuilt, tranny fluid and filter, front shocks.

Recently new.... starter, front brake hoses, front brake pads, rear brake adjusters and e-brake mechanisms lubed, brake fluid drained and replaced, front axle u-joints, inner and outer front axle seals, spindle bearings and seals, front wheel bearings regreased, new front differential fluid. Plus all the usual tune-up and maintenance items, air cleaner, plugs, wires, cap and rotor, cooling system flush and new antifreeze, fuel filter, oil change, filter and chassis lube.

Features include a Dana 60 front axle, Dana 248 rear axle, manual locking hubs, excellent body and original paint, the doors close like new, good interior (spotless dash, small rips in driver's seat), front and rear air. There's a high quality deep-cycle gelcel auxiliary battery. The cargo area is finished in plywood, has 360-degree curtains, a fold out couch/bed platform (easily removed for work or cargo hauling, futon not included) with storage underneath, plus additional cabinet storage and a small removable table. The hitch has a 2" receiver, an electric brake controller is installed.

Problems...minor (invisible from the ground) roof dent (they really are TALL vans, aren't they), rear heater hoses have been bypassed, tires could be balanced, small legal crack in windshield.

This is a daily driver in excellent condition. I wouldn't hesitate to jump in and drive it anywhere.

Asking price reduced to $7500.
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Old 01-14-2012, 06:58 AM   #2
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Re: New price...1993 Ford E-350 Quigley

Bump.

Took the van in for the yearly NYS inspection yesterday... it passed with no problems of course. Roads were a mess from the new snowfall, drfting a bit, icing underneath. Slapped it in 4-wheel and powered through the eight miles of country roads to the local garage. Didn't see any other full size vans on the road... plenty of plow trucks though.
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