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Old 01-12-2015, 12:00 PM   #1
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Diesel box van dually quigley 4x4

Maybe an interesting van for a homebuild? In Anchorage, AK. $20k

http://anchorage.craigslist.org/ctd/4841219747.html

2006 Ford E450 Superduty Dually Box Van Quigley 4X4, 70,266 Miles...... Automatic, 6.0L Turbo Diesel, Manual Windows, Manual Locks, Cloth Bucket Seats, Built In Shelving Units, Pass-Thu Door To The Cab, Lots Of Outside Storage Compartments, Runs and Drives Great! Please Call Northwest Auto Sales at 333-7003 Thank You
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Old 01-16-2015, 03:41 PM   #2
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Re: Diesel box van dually quigley 4x4

This E-450 has been on sale for almost 1 year. I think the service body would make it tough to convert into a camper. Fairbanks has a more traditional 4x4 box van, a Fed-Ex 2003 chassis.

http://fairbanks.craigslist.org/cto/4838995221.html

There are also two different SRW box vans in Anchorage (one at $18,500 and another at $18,000) that could make good 4x4 conversion projects due to their more trail-friendly size.

http://anchorage.craigslist.org/cto/4836016865.html
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The thing is, I don't think bringing a rig back from Alaska is usually a viable thing- it's why so many RVs go there to die...
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^^why not? The road goes both ways! :-) Fly up, buy it and tour around Alaska with it, then drive it home and fix it up.
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The thing is, I don't think bringing a rig back from Alaska is usually a viable thing- it's why so many RVs go there to die...
My neighbors brought an extended cab long bed back from Alaska, I believe they said it cost ~$30 per foot to put it on a ferry to WA and then they drove it the rest of the way to SoCal. Still Can't be as bad as the 4X4 Clubwagons here in town that came from Antarctica!
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