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Old 07-12-2021, 11:10 PM   #1
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2004 FORD 4WD Extended Econoline Camper Van with Electric Pop-Top

Selling our beautiful beast 2004 FORD 4WD Extended Econoline Camper Van with Electric Pop-Top

Price: $45,000

Location – Mill Valley, CA (If interested, please PM your email address or phone number)

- Ford 5.4 Triton V8
- 4WD
- 114,000 miles
- Everything that follows installed at 95,000 miles or later:
- Sportsmobile Electric Pop-Top
- Removable/stackable bed platforms for penthouse area - sleeping for 2
- Queen sized fold up/down couch-bed
- Colorado Camper Van 4WD conversion kit
- Heavy Duty Hellwig Rear Helper Springs (Suspension was
beefed up to an E-350. Front and rear plus hellwig springs in the back)
- New tires (installed at 108,000 miles / Nov 2020) General A/TX LT275/70R18
- New rear brake pads (Replaced on 3/30/2021)
- Custom swing-away rear bumpers with 3 jerry can and propane storage,
toolbox, and open
- rack space for bike carriers and/or platform grate
- Custom welded steel nerf bars
- Exterior shower
- Large Yakima roof storage basket with extension
- Two 100 Watt HQST flexible lightweight solar panels, with electrical hook up
for extra/remote
- 75AH Optima Blue Top Sealed AGM house battery
- Blue Sea ACR
- Progressive Dynamics 60 Amp Charger/Converter with built-in Charge Wizard
- AIMS Power 1200 Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter
- Morningstar 30 Amp Solar Charge Controller
- Renogy 500 Amp battery Monitor
- Sureflow 3 GPM pump with pressure tank
- 11 Gallon on-board water tank Interior sink
- 4 Cubic Foot NovaKool 2-way Fridge (12V and 110V)
- Replacement parts and service at 106,000 miles include:
- Front suspension service including new stabilizer shocks
- New drivetrain
- heavy duty front brake racing rotors and pads
- Fuel Pump installed with larger 30 gallon Fuel tank
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Old 07-13-2021, 11:41 AM   #2
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If I was on the West Coast and in the market, I'd have a close look at this one.
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Old 07-13-2021, 11:58 PM   #3
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"- New drivetrain
- heavy duty front brake racing rotors and pads
- Fuel Pump installed with larger 30 gallon Fuel tank"

Can you be more specific about "New Drivetrain"?

Great looking rig.
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Old 07-14-2021, 08:41 PM   #4
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Can I get your phone #. Iím in the Bay Area
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Old 07-14-2021, 10:44 PM   #5
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More photos please? Difficult to tell the interior layout. Not very familiar with Colorado Camper Van 4x4 conversion. Can anyone shed light on this?

When I call Colorado Camper Van to check on tops, no one answers the phone, no one returns phone calls, and no one answers emails. They must be swamped!
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Can I get your phone #. Iím in the Bay Area

Hi there- Please feel free to call or text me on 415-463-0892, Yoav
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Happy to share ore email. What's your email?
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Old 07-21-2021, 11:48 AM   #8
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CCV uses a short arm 4 link a la Quigley or Timberline. Pretty sure that's where the first Timberline kits came from, they just use heims where Timberline uses rubber bushings. Some pros/cons to either.
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Old 07-21-2021, 12:21 PM   #9
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CCV uses a short arm 4 link a la Quigley or Timberline. Pretty sure that's where the first Timberline kits came from, they just use heims where Timberline uses rubber bushings. Some pros/cons to either.
Thank you for the clarification!
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