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Old 01-01-2020, 02:26 PM   #1
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2006 Ford E350 Quigley 4x4 6.0 Turbo Diesel Classic Camper Conversion in Mint Conditi

SEE REVISED VERSION with Photos right side up 2006 Ford E350 Quigley 4x4 6.0 Turbo Diesel Classic Camper Conversion in Mint Condition = $79,995obo
No Accidents, Garaged and well maintained, 2nd Owner, All work done by Colorado Camper Van and Specialized SUV, Replaced Oil Cooler and “Bullet Proofed” engine August 2017 . Currently 141,000 Miles
This van is a real head turner you can be proud of
Pop Top Queen Bed with Artic and Screen Kit, Dimmable LED Lights and USB Ports
Cargo Glide CG1000XL Bed Slide Toy Garage
Removable 2nd Lower Bunk Bed w/XPED Mattress bolts onto bed Slide
Espar D2 Diesel Heater
Aluminess Front Bumper with Baja Design Spot Lights
LED Headlights
Aluminess Rear Bumper with Two Swing Arm Aluminess Drop Down Door Storage Boxes and 6” LED Spot Light Back up Lights
Aluminess Roof Rack
Aluminess Ladder
Maxxair Deluxe Fan with Remote
Dometic Propane Stove, Sink , Faucet, Electric Water Pump, 6 Gal Fresh, 6 Gal Grey
12v Norcold Refrigerator in Custom Cabinet with Butcher Block Counter Top
Removable Table
Removable third seat and three person Bench Seat included (Could Take Cargo Slide Out)
Tinted Awning Windows
Tow Package w/Trailer Break Controller
Engine Block Heater
Driver Power Seat, Passenger Seat Swivel
Newer 33” BF Goodrich K02 Tires – 15k on them
New Ball Joints
New Radiator 02/2019
New Brakes 04/2019
2 New Batteries 10/2019
Registered/Titled as an RV for easier insuring
No Trades – I do not need help to sell – Need college money
Key Words – Colorado Camper Van – Sportsmobile - 4x4 camper van - conversion van - off road - adventure van – rv – sprinter – transit
Bulletproofed engine
- Super strong and healthy
- Head studs
- EGR delete
- Dummy plugs
- Branch tubes
- Head gaskets
- STC fitting
- Intake gasket set
- Turbo gasket set
- Unison ring
- Oil cooler
- High pressure spring kit
- Intercooler boots
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Old 01-01-2020, 03:30 PM   #2
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Good looking rig. Think i may have injured my neck trying to see the pics though! I like the double bunk. Im doing the same. How is the xped pad to sleep on?
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Old 01-01-2020, 04:13 PM   #3
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Thanks for the Kudos. I'll take any advice on how to correct the photos....doesnt seem to matter how I load them, they end up right side wrong. The EXPED is very comfy, but like most other van parts is not cheap
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Great, tx. Good to know. Ive been looking to use those for my rig once the interior is all wrapped up. Not sure about the photos. I'm sure someone on the forum can chime in on that.
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