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Old 11-21-2023, 04:53 PM   #1
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2006 e350 SD extended 4WD Quigley Fixed top So. Cal.

Listed here on Orange county area Craigslist:

https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/...690121989.html

Additional pictures, new and older, can be found within my album.

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I have been talking about selling my van for the past 2 1/2 years. It is the camper I always wanted. It no longer is not getting used for what I designed it for.

2006 Ford e350 Econoline Super Duty extended body V10 Gas Quigley 4X4
Asking $52,000

Quigley 4x4 with 4-inch lift
181K miles
3.73 C4 code Dana Limited slip differential
46-gallon Transfer Flow Fuel tank
24” Fiberine fiberglass fixed top with 6’ - 0” head clearance inside.
CRL 60-inch-wide sliding tinted windows in the top
12-volt Fantastic Fan roof vent
Agile RIP Fox 2.0 shocks and coil springs and Fox steering stabilizer
Aluminess side nerf bars.
Aluminess Rear tire carrier.
5 matching Pro Comp 7069 17”x9” flat black wheels
5 Toyo Open Country AT 285/75-17 Tires,
Bushwhacker flared fenders
Hellwig 7085 HD 1 Ĺ” rear Sway bar
Rear hitch receiver, No tow hitch or ball available.
Front receiver for bike rack, step or winch plate.
10’ Fiamma F45 Awning in clean excellent condition.
The OEM tinted rear and side door Window glass is currently covered with white perforated vinyl wrap on the glass to reduce heat and to add to daytime privacy. It is easily removed if desired.
Included is a new Hummer HD Jack and Agile custom jack pad saddle.



2 – 100-watt fixed roof solar panels.
Total height including the solar panels on the roof is approx. 9’-5”.
2 - 100-amp AGM Deep Cycle 12-volt batteries
2500w pure sine wave 110-volt Power inverter
Whynter 65 qt. Top loading Fridge/Freezer 12v or 110v (New Dec. 2022)
42 gallons (2 – 21 Gal.) fresh water capacity.
12-volt Flojet 2.9 gpm on demand water pump
Outdoor shower accessed from rear door
SMEV Stainless sink with hinged lid and folding faucet. Sink drains to the earth or a container under the van
Built-in 700-watt Microwave oven
LED interior lighting
Front dash recording camera and rear back up camera
Sony touch screen display BT stereo w/remote
Small Safe, bolted in, hidden under bed that is large enough for a laptop.
Powered front driver’s seat (non-swivel).
Passenger seat swivels to be used facing the front or rear direction.

Walk through layout with a 51” wide x 72” long fold out bed
Dedicated storage cabinet for the cassette toilet
Vinyl flooring is in good condition.
Being a California car, No body rust other than light surface corrosion on the underside.

This Camper does not have the following:
No rear A/C, forced air heater, cooktop, water heater, Propane, on board air compressor or Gray and black water holding tanks.
I am the second owner of this van. I have been a van owner since 1968.
At 72 years old, I am no longer chasing board surfing waves in Mexico.
I purchased it in April 2017 with 145K miles on it. I have added 35K trouble free miles.
The previous owner was a neighbor and he kept meticulous records of all milage, fuel consumption and destinations, all repairs and maintenance, original window sticker and sales brochures. He had the Quigley 4x4 system, Transfer Flow fuel tank, vinyl flooring and paneling installed before taking possession.
The P.O. was an avid kite/wind surfer and the van was setup with racks for boards, masts and sails, and used the van for travel between La Paz, Mexico and Bend, Oregon. All of his miles were “freeway” miles. This van was not used as his camper or as a daily driver.
My record keeping is nowhere near as thorough as his but I have been good on oil changes and lubrications.
My goal was to have a Baja ready vehicle, with a lower center of gravity and tons of elbow room to explore isolated beaches. Mandatory was to have ample fresh water (42 gallons), a large full-time fridge, and to have the convenience of a microwave oven. All my other cooking was done outside.
Since I have owned this van, I had the Fiberine 24” top installed,
built out the interior, and installed the solar charging system,
installed new front wheel hub bearings ($500 each from Quigley)
Replaced the windshield due to stone chip/crack, and new wiper blades.
Replaced the spark plugs, Installed K&N cold air filter system,
Replaced the emissions evap charcoal canister, new fuel cap.
I had transfer case and front and rear differential oils changed @148K.
Cooling system flushed and fresh coolant installed.
Engine oil, filter and lube was just done July 2023.
The Brake system flushed and Hawk LTS brake pads installed April 2023.
The Front end was inspected and alignment performed August 2023

Someone recently asked me if I would sell it to a friend. Yes I would,
and I also would not hesitate to hop in drive it off to Cabo San Lucas tomorrow.

Some new and older Pictures can be seen here:
https://www.sportsmobileforum.com/fo...lbums1125.html

The title is clear and Ca registration paid up until Sept 2024
A current passing CA Emissions test will be provided at the time of sale.
The vehicle is located in Orange County, California 92627


Current concerns:
There are a few gravel paint chips and some very shallow dents on the rear right side possibly from a blown windsurf board and sail? No other dents or repaired Bondo fillers.
Often, when the dash fresh air vent is activated, there is some warm, not hot, air leaking through the vents. I have not looked into repairing this.
Tires are good, no plugs or patches. The rears are 60% worn and fronts are 30% worn. The spare is well used but serviceable.
Fuel fill nozzle at the service station may be click off prematurely if the fuel is filled to fast. This only happens at some fuel pumps. The Fuel does not overflow or spill on to the ground. It was this way when I purchased this van.
Previous owner had serviced the transmission fluid on a regular basis. I have not done this since I have owned this van. The fluid is still full, clear and pink, and does not smell or leak.

I will be purchasing a full size 2WD van to replace the one. I have driven a van as a daily driver since 1968. If you have a van to trade in, let me know.
I am not interested in Sprinters or diesel vehicles.
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Old 01-30-2024, 04:24 PM   #2
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Update: Price reduced

Price reduced to $45500.

https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/...712852210.html

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Nice rig and fairly priced. I'm surprised it's still for sale.

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Old 03-11-2024, 06:57 PM   #4
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Still available, Price adjustment, update bump

Still available, Price adjustment, update bump

Every month the paid CL listing needs to be renewed and the Link address changes.

For the next 30 days, this link will be good:

https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/...724575910.html

The price has been lowered to $42K. I am not taking any offers at this time.
This van ad will now be posted in other classifieds and websites.

I have just replaced the steering gear box with a Motorcraft gear box which has eliminated any steering wandering. I wander why I didn't do this years ago. (yeah, Bad pun intended).

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Old 04-12-2024, 09:32 PM   #5
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Bump.

Bump.

Price adjustment to $40K.

I have a new passenger style van coming.

new CraigsList ad for the next 30 days:

https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/...736574037.html
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