OK here is what you wanted to do a quick check on.
Price is $18,750.00. Contact me via PM on this site.
130,000 miles approximately (will update when I get home)
Quigley factory 4x4 conversion.
7.3 Powerstroke Diesel
4R100 HD Ford heavy duty rebuilt transmission.
Dana 60 front axle.
Dana 70 rear axle
BD 4407 Transfer case.
SRW (Single Rear Wheel) conversion to 19.5 " wheels with commercial duty tires.
Total AC system check and repair. (new compressor, filter/dryer, orifice valve, flush and recharge)
New manifold to turbo up pipes with exhaust wrap.
New front hubs, bearings, rotors and pads. (danatrac hubs)
Replaced the under valve cover wiring harnesses with the updated ford parts.
This is the extended ambulance (21 inches longer wheel base than a normal ford EB van)
Total respray (some AZ pin striping)
Area lighting still works as does some of the red flashers.
New custom built sleeper sofa (folds out to somewhere between full size and queen approx 4 feet wide)
Replaced drivers and passengers seats with new leather ones.
A few cabinets reworked to fit plastic bins for storing clothes etc.
The rest is standard as it worked well for our purposes.
Currently it is configured with a Honda console/ jump seat in the cab. This will be removed before the vehicle is sold (clips in/out). It can be provided with the vehicle but it does not have any seat belts.
Leak from the rear of the transfer case, (probably when I replaced the speedo drive gear but not sure).
Not sure if the cassette player works
Lighting control panel is not attached.
A little over geared with the 35" tires and 4.10 axles. Changes to top gear at between 65 - 70 (and will continue to go up from there).
Cruise control does not work.
It is a 1998 vehicle so expect some wear and tear, nothing notable but I am sure you could find it.
Does not come with the winch and bumper shown in the photos. It will have a modified stock ford bumper. Photos to follow this weekend.
OK its the Brown one
Wrapped exhaust to keep momma's leg cooler. Also checkout how clean that bell housing on the 4R100 HD transmission is.
And before everyone asks "Why are you selling it??"
Our plan is to use our vehicle for an extended multi part trip through Central America, South America and Africa. This was to be our vehicle dedicated to that task with a view to taking a couple of months per year and then leaving the vehicle to fly home, work and all that stuff. But we want to take our grand daughter with us and she is getting too big to fit in the middle seat. So we will be building up something with either a double cab or a larger single cab.