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Old 01-03-2012, 09:02 AM   #1
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WTS - 2003 4wd E-350 62k miles 7.3L diesel RB -50

Hi,
We have a silver 2003 Ford E-350 with Quigley 4WD, 7.3l diesel engine, RB-50 with 62K miles on it for sale.

3 way fridge,
stove,
penthouse top and bed,
47 gallon fuel tank,
front & rear 10K lb trailer hitch and tow points,
spare tire storage compartment,
spair tire swing out rack,
rear ladder,
Yakama racks,
forced air propane heater,
2-13 gallon water tanks,
BFG AT 285-75-R16 "E" tires,
on board propane tank,
sink,
6 gallon gray water tank,
stereo w. amp,
12 disc CD changer
GPS,
Clifford alarm system,
Helweg rear sway bar
privacy curtains
spare oil/fuel filters, serpentine belts ect
Nerf bars

Clear title, $43,000 firm, located in N.AZ, not interested in driving to sell.

Babied for the first 6 years and 30K miles by first owner (never went off road).

Rode hard, but never put away wet by second owner (us) for next 3 years and 30k miles. (Baja 4X, Death Valley 2X, Mojave Desert 4X, Colorado Plateau 6X, eastern Sierra Nevada 4X, and a couple of road trips to the Lost Coast abalone diving, Wash State, Raton MN...)

Thanks,
John and Jen
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Old 01-05-2012, 07:55 AM   #2
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Re: WTS - 2003 4wd E-350 60k miles 7.3L diesel RB -50

Thanks to everybody that PMed, here are some more pics.









The Kayaks are NOT included (We just got back from Baja)
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Old 01-07-2012, 08:23 PM   #3
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Re: WTS - 2003 4wd E-350 60k miles 7.3L diesel RB -50

Hello- Where are you located in N AZ?

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Old 01-08-2012, 08:29 AM   #4
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Re: WTS - 2003 4wd E-350 60k miles 7.3L diesel RB -50

Near Flagstaff

More pics

The closet was opened up to provide a wider lower sleeping bed. The closet now has a upholstered foam pad, and 2 shelves. There are drapes to hide large objects (backpacks, duffel bags, paddles, rifles/shotguns... ect) in the closet when the bed is up.

The 12 volt compressor fridge was replaced with a 3 way (12V DC, 120V AC, propane) fridge. A one burner marine grade propane stove was added in the upper right drawer. Fridge lasts 20 days on full propane tank


The hot water heater was removed, and a custom galvanized box and hatch cover was fabricated that matches propane locks and vents. Needs to be installed. I was going to add a compressor. Water and power still plumbed to rear, a new Suburban water heater could be reinstalled.


The sunshade cracked the sheet metal body, and impeded the opening and closing of the top. The sunshade was removed and the sheet metal is not fixed.
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Old 01-11-2012, 04:14 PM   #5
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Re: WTS - 2003 4wd E-350 60k miles 7.3L diesel RB -50

Issues we have had/Resolutions to those issues
(in order of importance)

Hubs working intermittently/replaced with same Warn hubs

Hubs working intermittently(again)/replaced with Ford superduty hubs, problem fixed

Oil leak,Hi Pressure "o" ring failure on rear of engine/fixed at Ford

Transfer case popping out of 4dw low/ mud and rocks in linkage, cleaned and lubed linkage

Awning cracked sheet metal mounts on body/ removed awning(gone), cracks in
sheetmetal not fixed

Water heater needed servicing, water heater removed, but water and power still routed to locational(left rear)/ Have custom sheet metal box and custom hatch for opening, or replace with another water heater

Noisy inefficient 12 volt compression fridge/ replaced with 12V DC/120V AC/propane 3 way fridge

Closet coming apart on bad roads/closet reinforced and opened for more long item storage space and larger lower sleeping space.

no stove/right upper drawer under counter-top converts into marine grade single burner stove.

A bad balance in a florescent light which led to AGM coach battery being replaced needlessly(a $700 light bulb!!!)

Interior coming loose on bad dirt roads/many screws, marine grade plywood, and L brackets added

We are pretty firm on the price, it depends on how easy you make the sale for us.

We are not in a hurry and we will still be using it, it just dosent meet all our needs (but... there is no perfect rig).

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John and Jen
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The van's title is free and clear.
Wire transfer of total funds through Bank preferred form of payment.
Purchaser will be required to show proof of Insurance for van before van is released to new owner.
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