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Old 06-14-2014, 12:51 PM   #1
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SOLD!!! 2011 Ford E350 RB Van, Quigley 4x4

PRICE REDUCED YET AGAIN!! Been handling lots of interests and some serious offers that did not close, so not a done deal just yet. I am motivated because after this, I gotta sell my house!!!

More pictures in my gallery. Would love to see this van go to a forum member. This van is in incredible condition. I am retiring and downsizing significantly so I can travel (via airplanes, not vans) and hoping to pass this van to someone who will love to own it!

2011 Ford E350 SuperDuty RB Van, Quigley 4x4, $54,900, mileage 9,686


6.8L V10
138" wheelbase
Ingot Silver color with grey medium flint cloth seats
Tow/Haul package with trailer hitch
3.73 limited slip
power seats
power package with windows, mirrors, tilt, cruise control
cd player
remote keyless entry

Extra heavy duty 78Amp battery
Alternator 120 Amp
Side Barn doors with swing out window

Quigley 4x4 package with manual locking hubs

Upgraded tires BF Goodrich All Terrain 265/70/17
Upgraded sidestep bumpers

5 year, 36,000 mile warranty, fully transferrable

GTRV interior work
RB-50 type floor plan
Extra insulation added throughout during build
Swivel passenger seat
Solar system- New Panels installed in 2014...Aurinco 3x50 Watt marine proof panels flat roof mounted
Engel Refrigerator SR70F-U1 -- runs off solar
Solar powers fridge, house lights and outlets
Inverter 1750 watt
Progressive Dynamics PD4000 power controller
Fantastic Vent Fan
2 large sliding windows with screens
1 opening window in barn door
tinted windows throughout
Vinyl floor
Rear cargo area converts into big double bed
Two Rear auxillary batteries Trojan 6v T145's to store solar charge
RV hook up with auxilliary power system and 110V power cord
3 lap seat belts added to back seat
Full interior curtains including front driver and passenger area

3 tables, 2 installed in barn doors and 1 free standing


Seats 5, sleeps 4

Extras:

Complete Bus Depot Awning set including grips, suction cups, free standing legs
Camco RV tire covers
3 ton powerbuilt truck lift jack

I chose to not add cooking and heating appliances because I wanted lots of room for storage. I also wanted to use collapsible water containers b/c I didn't want storage area permanently used. My understanding is that it would be fairly easy to add water as well.

One owner. Non smoker. No pets (in the van).
I am adding more pictures in my gallery.

Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Thanks for looking!
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Old 08-02-2014, 04:15 PM   #2
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Re: 2011 Ford E350 RB Van, Quigley 4x4, $69,900, mileage 9,6

I have some folks interested in this van but we shall see if it pans out. I would love, love to sell it to someone on this forum or the "other" one b/c I know you folks understand and appreciate the vehicles and fun that go with them. let alone the obsession involved in dreaming, buying and owning one and the difficult decision to sell, with dreams of another one day. I would welcome any feedback on the price I selected or pictures or descriptions I have posted. I have seen some of you very experienced long time owners and past owners offer great feedback to others and I would welcome it.


thanks!
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Old 09-16-2014, 11:17 AM   #3
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Re: 2011 Ford E350 RB Van, Quigley 4x4, $58,900, mileage 9,6

Oh, and by the way. One potential buyer did the research about turning the V-top into a T-top. Apparently, it can be done with changing the piston brackets and replacing the roof fabric and some other adjustments on the same roof. I never had a reason to do that but just an FYI to anyone who is wondering. Thanks!
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Old 09-19-2014, 04:34 PM   #4
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Re: 2011 Ford E350 RB Van, Quigley 4x4, $58,900, mileage 9,6

We are looking for one. This seems like a good fit, but I will have my husband look at it in a hour or so when home. Is it still available?
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Old 09-19-2014, 05:17 PM   #5
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Re: 2011 Ford E350 RB Van, Quigley 4x4, $58,900, mileage 9,6

Alright I am the husband that was supposed to respond. I assume you would have listed it but does this Rig have any of the below:
Rear heat - other than stock ford
Rear A/C- other than stock ford
Water

We live in the Deep South so water and a/c are pretty important.

Thanks.
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Old 09-20-2014, 10:39 AM   #6
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Re: 2011 Ford E350 RB Van, Quigley 4x4, $58,900, mileage 9,6

Sent private message. But, for all others who are curious. No rear ac or heat or water. With the extra insulation, I have never needed ac or heat in the back. No water, b/c I wanted as much storage as possible and have really needed it.! My understanding is that water can be added for a fairly modest amount. thanks
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