I'm going to regret this.
Conversion was done at 185k miles, meaning all new axles, transfer case, and trans rebuild 30k miles ago.
I have every receipt from the time the van was new. I am the 4th owner. Been garaged its whole life.
Runs like a swiss watch, shifts seamlessly, and drives comfortably with no wobble or wandering.
This is a very rare opportunity to own one of these, as Agile Offroad only converted a very limited number of vans. These vans are coveted for their off-road abilities and on-road driving manners. The ride quality compared to Quigley, Quadvan, UJOINT, Sportsmobile, Advanced, and all the others is night and day. (https://agileoffroad.com/4x4-conversion/
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5.4L Triton V8
Dana 50 TTB front axle with Warn manual locking hubs
Dana 60 rear axle with ARB air locker
Fox 2.0 shocks and custom springs
Borg Warner 1356 push-button transfer case (2H/4H/4L)
Onboard air from ARB single compressor in front bumper
4 wheel disc brakes
Agile big brake kit on the front
Aluminess bumpers with Deluxe box
Aluminess side steps
Rigid Industried LED fog lights
Rear back up lamps and camera
Onan Microlite generator (runs great)
Line-X on bottom of body panels for rock-chip protection
Immaculate penthouse top with all windows and screens in perfect condition
Starcool AC unit with dashboard control installed (ice cold)
Full-length bottom bed
Full-length top bed
Norcold DE451 12v fridge
Thermostat and propane furnace
AC electric water heater with exterior shower
DVD Television with radio tv setup (antenna on PH top)
Sony headunit with CarPlay and backup camera
Trace Industries inverter
2 x 100Ah house batteries with trickle chargers installed
Van will have brand new tires at time of sale.
Continuing health issues are the reason for sale.
I reserve the right to realize what a mistake I'm making and keep the van.