Putting out some feelers on my van....
It is a 2003 quigley ford e350 4x4 5.4 v8 with 67k low miles, extended body. Not a sportsmobile but a lot of nice upgrades and a rather clean slate for your own conversion. Super reliable because in the last 7k miles I have professionally done the following....!
New spark plugs
Lubed all bearings, driveshafts, etc...
New fluids- transfer case, both diffs, radiator, transmission, regular oil changes
Rebuilt transmission with Heavy duty torque converter and TUGGER kit (under warranty for 12k miles and bullet proof, same upgrade the diesel performance tow guys do...)shifts are tight and fast!
Aluminess front bumper, ladder, and swing arm tire carrier....expensive!
Custom valved fox shocks and coils from BAJASPORTSMOBILES 4x4 shop in CA (makes this thing drive like a dream.....waaaaay better than a stock quigley...it's fun to drive now
Custom aluminum wheels
Mechanic checked and inspected with all paperwork
RAAM audio mat sound insulation installed in all doors
Dynil home theatre sound deadener mat installed firewall to bumper....quiet ride!
Exercise mat flooring
Tow hitch and wiring (1500 lb tongue weight rated)
LED blinkers, brake lights and backup lights
Brakes were done @ 57k
New side door gasket
Interior was a cargo, I built a very simple and spartan insulated interior camper layout....wood paneling, eco insulation, bed platform, shelves, nothing special....easy to remove if you want to do the full camper appliance conversion...I added a sportsmobile swivel passenger seat!
The issues: tiny BB sized dings here and there, stock radio with no speakers currently, some clear coat scratches, tires are winter studded off road, good tread, studs are worn 245/75r16, upfront interior has some slight wear where the bulkhead was installed, slider door could use some love and lube.
Sunny salt free Colorado truck, NO rust, was a healthcare fleet vehicle before me, well maintained. 10-14 mpg at 75 mph....never offer road'ed, just some forest service dirt roads. Never towed...the hitch was installed for my dirt bike carrier. I use it for my wilderness catering business for young adult cancer survivors learning to rock climb.
Link to pics
I'm asking $25k for our beloved "KrishnaVan"
selling because I want a unimog!
Currently in carbondale, Colorado