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Old 06-05-2015, 10:18 PM   #1
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1993 Ford E350 Sportsmobile 4x4 PH Top - $17500

Found this on the Portland CL but the rig is actually in Hood River. Not mine.

http://portland.craigslist.org/grg/cto/5060190949.html

7.5L V8 Gasoline, AT, 97600 milles, Seats 8, Sleeps 4
Quigley 4x4, Gear Vendors Under/Overdrive
Axle code: C3 (4.30 L/S)

Genuine Sportsmobile Conversion.
Penthouse Top with bed.
4 Captains seats (cloth) all swivel. Rear capt chairs removable.
4 seat rear dinette (cloth) with seat belts converts to bed.
Sink- fresh water tank (10 gal) with pump / city water supply.
Refrigerator- Norcold (DE-251) 12V/120V.
Stove (propane - onboard tank).
Portapotti.
Shore power input (120V) with heavy-duty cord.
House battery with charger. 12V outlet.
30A panel. 120V outlets, Interior lights.
Day/night shades.
AM/FM Cassette w/amp and distribution box.

2 fuel tanks (40 gallons). 10 MPG.
Newer Wheels 17", Black.
Tires: Toyo, Open Country LT285/75R17, Load Range 'E', M+S, <10k miles.
Pwr windows, locks and mirrors.
In-dash AC. Intermitant wipers.
Chrome steel front winch bumper (no winch).

Blemishes: pealing clear coat on nose and LF fender, faded cabinet surfaces, minor scrape on LR corner, other typical signs of age. Driver's side door lock button will lock the doors but will not unlock doors. Passenger side works both ways.

I am the second owner. Purchased from Sportsmobile West (consignment) in 2002. I envisioned owning for the very long term but family priorities have shifted and it is only occasionally used of late.
Care and maintenance has always been a priority so that when family and gear was loaded I could rely on having a trouble-free outing. I enhanced the chassis in multiple ways (see blow) and can say that the ride will not disappoint. Starts, runs, drives and handles like it should. Must add here that the tires I purchased recently can get most of the credit for the ride and handling.

Oil changed at 3000 mile or 6 month intervals (whichever came first).
Rear differential rebuild at 60,000 miles.
Transmission rebuild at 73,000 miles. Added aux transmission cooler.
Added rear leaf (both sides) and front air bags (both side) to enhance load carrying.
Added rear sway bar to enhance stability.
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Old 06-06-2015, 12:26 AM   #2
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Re: 1993 Ford E350 Sportsmobile 4x4 PH Top - $17500

Been for sale for months.. Not sure why it isn't sold, seems like a reasonable deal.

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