After thoughtful evaluation I have sadly decided to sell my 2006 E350 Quigley V10. As some of you may remember this was Brent Haywood's previous van. His current V10 van is really nice.
I won't try to bore you with my story of woe but I simply do not have enough time to enjoy both vans. My job is intense and stressful and I'm a single parent to 3 school age children.
My retirement plans still have me thinking of Lake Tahoe at which time I may hunt down another 4x4 van but until that happens I can't justify holding onto two vans.
I have taken very good care of this van. It is covered when not in use. I have not taken it off-road and maybe put on about 2500 miles since purchasing the van from Brent including the 475 mile return trip from San Diego. Current mileage is 75,000. It is the Chateau edition so it has quad leather captain's chairs, leather 3-person bench, overhead console, premium Ford stereo and 265/75-16 E-rated BFGoodrich All-Terrains mounted on OEM Alcoa rims. I have replaced the underhood battery with a Sears AGM battery and I have replaced the 245/75-16 spare tire with a matching 265/75-16 E-rated BFGoodrich All-Terrain just like the 4 tires already on the van. Remaining tread is about 95%, the side rubber tities on the tread are still there. The van is otherwise Quigley stock except that the rear springs have been replaced with a 8-9 leaf set from National Springs. (Sorry, they are not Deavers.)
Pictures of the van can be found here: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=9134&start=0
I am asking $18,500.00. There has been earlier spirited discussions about 4x4 van prices and while they can be all over the map I arrived at my price from using KBB (link below) and taking about a 50% discount from the cost of a Quigley conversion then rounding down a thousand or so. I think this price is fair. (A current Quigley conversion costs about $12,800 not including sales tax.)
http://www.kbb.com/ford/e350-super-duty ... =very-good
I would be happy to answer any questions you may have. If you're interested please PM me.