Well I ordered a new van so I have put my slow build up for sale.
Link to the build below. As it sits now, it is a 2000 E250 with the 5.4 motor.
Quadvan Installed 2014 new take off front end (complete including sway bar)
Quadvan Installed Truetrac limited slip differential (serviced rear end as well)
Quadvan Installed 2" lift (new shocks in front)
MG Metalworks Swivel seat base under Sienna seats up front
Rialta RV folding 2 person Bed in back that folds down to a full Bed.
Aluminum Smugglers Box installed where spare tire was located.
Rear back up cam with kenwood double din receiver
Drivers side factory Pop out window.
5 Level 8 wheels with Goodyear Duratrac 265/70-17 tires.
Newer style towing mirrors.
Grab handle - see write up
Things that I have but have not yet installed.
Rostra Cruise Control
Eurovan Westfalia Pop Top with all associated hardware, and measurements from old van.
Plywood for the floors.
Price on these items is negotiable. The top is hard to find, a DIY top like I was planning will save you thousands and you can control the quality of the work.
Willing to discuss build out options, I have a shop and the ability to finish the build, but I would prefer not to. The new van will take a bunch of my time and energy.
This van is a good base for anyone wanting to make their own van build out. As it sits now the back is still a blank slate. I have done a number of things to fix the weak points it came with, as well as make it look and fit the part. It now just needs your finishing touch. Happy to take the van to my local shop and make sure that there are no maintenance issues outstanding. The limited slip works well and makes it so that you do not get stuck. Paired with the tires I have yet to find a situation where I felt like I needed 4wd.
If you are planning to build out a van, buy this one and save some money. All the parts that have been upgraded will cost you more than 6k, not including buying a van. Located in Portland OR.
Selling because I ordered a new Transit and I will not need two vans.