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Old 09-16-2016, 07:54 AM   #1
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Super nice: 2003 7.3 Quigley RB - SF area

*** Not mine (I wish) / No affiliation (again, I wish...although would be super bummed to see a friend sell this one) ***

Very very nice.
Low-miles 7.3, Aux fuel tanks, veggie oil conversion, solar, diesel heater, hot water, it's the color green, it's got a CB radio, it's a Quigley, it's a penthouse SMB, what more do ya need? (Other than perhaps an Agile RIP kit?)



Sportsmobile Ford E350 7.3L diesel 2003 with all the cool stuff - $58000 (santa cruz)

Sportsmobile Ford E350 7.3L diesel 2003 with all the cool stuff

2003 ford e350 van
VIN: 1FDSE34F03HA50683
condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: 4wd
fuel: diesel
odometer: 112032
paint color: green
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: van
Sportsmobile conversion Ford E350 for sale

In excellent condition with *so* many extras:
- V8 7.3L diesel -- the last year of production of this awesome, incredibly powerful and reliable engine
- just smogged and inspected -- see inspection in images
- 4wd conversion by Quigley
- Sportsmobile van conversion including 2' pop-top with bed, converting couch/bed
- Vegistroke vegetable oil conversion allows van to optionally run on waste / recycled / straight vegetable oil OR diesel fuel (NOTE: user must run clean vegetable oil only -- we've taken great care about this, run with no problems for years. The van starts up and shuts off with on diesel, draws heated vegetable oil from auxiliary tanks once engine is > 160F. Professionally installed automated system requiring minimal maintenance -- I'll explain system, very cool if you're into it, no impact if you are not)
- Underfloor 45g auxiliary fuel tank for vegetable oil or diesel
- Rear 17g auxiliary fuel tank for vegetable oil or diesel
- Nerf bar front bumper by Aluminess with Warn winch in front
- Nerf bar rear bumper by Aluminess with cargo storage
- Rear external storage box
- Back-up camera
- Upgraded sound system
- Keyless entry keypad
- Kitchen layout with microwave, sink, 2.4 cu ft refrigerator/freezer, water tank, water filter
- extensive drawer and cabinet space maximizing storage
- Hot water heat exchanger and circulation pump for hot water to sink and rear-door access shower attachment shower fixture
- Esbar marine diesel heater for toasty warm morning wake-ups at the push of a button accessible from the bed, or via timer
- Swivel passenger seat
- Electric drivers seat
- seats 5, sleeps 4
- 110v power inverter
- aftermarket speed controller (California smog compliant)
- Solar power for maintaining house batteries
- Yakima roof rack and cargo box
- 10' awning
- Toy-space rear cargo area
- Tow hitch
- CB radio

This van has a travel range of up to ~ 1500 miles without refueling, is incredibly self-contained, and is a *major* fun-enabler. We're sorry to sell, but so it is. Fun for you... go get it
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Old 09-16-2016, 09:03 AM   #2
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Didn't we see this one for sale earlier this year I wonder?
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Old 09-16-2016, 09:36 AM   #3
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Didn't we see this one for sale earlier this year I wonder?
Don't think so.

This one looks really nice. I prefer that layout to mine.
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Old 09-16-2016, 09:50 AM   #4
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Dang, I wish I was in the market to spend $58k. You don't see many RB's with open storage area in the back.
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Old 09-16-2016, 09:50 AM   #5
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Yeah that is pretty sweet. Simple layout.



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Old 09-16-2016, 01:14 PM   #6
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This is def above my budget but man do I want it. Is this a pretty fair price?
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Old 09-16-2016, 01:19 PM   #7
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This is def above my budget but man do I want it. Is this a pretty fair price?
It's in the ballpark, could be argued it's low.. Some of these 7.3s have sold for more than $65k...

Only potential negative I see is no stove, and more importantly for me, no furnace.
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It's in the ballpark, could be argued it's low.. Some of these 7.3s have sold for more than $65k...

Only potential negative I see is no stove, and more importantly for me, no furnace.
Rallypanam, I feel the same....those two items are kinda must-have equipment. My girlfriend would be super bummed to not have a stove....(she claims the SMB's kitchen as her own, haha!)

Did ya notice though -- this one for sale does have an "Esbar" (should that be Espar?) diesel furnace listed in the ad.
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Old 09-16-2016, 01:49 PM   #9
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Did ya notice though -- this one for sale does have an "Esbar" (should that be Espar?) diesel furnace listed in the ad.
I did not.. nevermind my comment on that then!
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Other than the 7.3 my favorite part is the master bath with walk in closet! I'm going to save the pics for my next (dream) van file
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