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Old 11-24-2020, 03:33 PM   #1
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2010 e250 Ford majestic tourer 2 class b

Hi,im selling my rv simply because I don’t use it.initially I thought of converting to 4x4 but then I decided to give it a quality suspension lift/tires wheels etc for ground clearance to reach remote camping spots.in the process a group of our friends decided to start over landing with 4x4 trucks so I bought a f150 4x4 and my van just got sidelined.before I continue I want to thank the forum for all the info and to all of the members that always answered my questions and were so cool at the Silverado canyon meet up’s!

* the van will be ready in 30 days,I have an appointment for rhino lining,then bumpers etc need to be reinstalled
* it’s located in Huntington Beach 92648 Southern California
*tags are paid until august 2021 passes smog and I will provide a certificate
*it’s registered in California,I have clear title/pink slip there is no lien holder
*no rust,no smoking,92,835 miles,no accidents.had two small dents removed
For peace of mind before purchase “I” can drive to Ford dealership or local rv center for inspection if “you” pay ahead of time.it is sold “as”is” in good condition.
*it is 2 wd and has 5.4 litre v8 automatic overdrive vin# 1ftns24l59da80644
*Nada pricing with additional options originally from manufacturer “four winds” it has is $65,000 average retail*
*I have spent an additional amount of $19k off the top of my head for extra parts and labor that I will list below and is included for my sale price of $65,000 firm.
*known issues to fix is toilet water pump replacement,makes noise diaphragm must be junk or line kinked.plastic drain valve on one of the dual fresh water tanks needs replacement.the tire pressure monitoring light is “on” dash instrument panel because when I bought new wheels and tires from 4wp parts they failed to disclose to me that I should purchase new sensors for them to install.I had them make a note on my invoice that they would install for free if I purchased them at a later date.if new purchaser wants system to work I will provide invoice which promises free labor/balance on 5 wheels tire to install,”you” would have to purchase at about $75.00 each.I believe there is lifetime balance,flat repair,rotation on that invoice.there is also a small tire rub in front once in awhile because of larger tire which can be resolved with a trimming by new owner.
Non smoking,no full time living,no pets except for my dog on 1 trip stayed on dog bed.
In my opinion this rig is good for a couple with a pet or small child which can sleep across front seats.the bench seats in rear have 2-3 seat belts on each side but it’s hard to have conversation to front when driving because of distance.if four need to travel I would suggest towing a small teardrop rental trailer for additional sleeping elbow room.
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Old 11-24-2020, 03:37 PM   #2
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This is an example of what the rhino line will look like that I just had done on my Chevy Express van
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Old 11-24-2020, 03:49 PM   #3
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List of all additional things I bought new and or did to van with only1,000 miles of use
*front suspension lift with SuperCoils ,bilstien heavy duty 8800 shocks and boots
*I bought and used motorcraft oem upper and lower ball joints replaced,synthetic wheel bearing grease,grind knuckles for clearance,wheel alignment.
*front I had a WeldTec heavy duty bracket and Fox steering stabilizer installed
*rear I had new general springs heavy duty progressive leaf packs installed,shackles,bushings and hardware,I had bilstien 8800 shocks and boots installed.
*I bought heavy duty swivel seat bases from 1der driver and passenger(to be installed by new owner).
*I installed a class 3 front receiver hitch,it attaches to both frame rails which sits right under front bumper for bike or cargo carrier or to launch a boat,portable winch etc
*I installed a class 4 rear receiver hitch which is good for 1,000 lbs tongue wieght.this van never towed before I purchased.I only did light towing my aluminum atv trailer and waverunners a few times.*
I bought 5 kmc xd black wheels heavy duty aluminum rated for 3500 lbs each,I bought 5 bfgoodrich t/a all terrain ko2 tires with special “dt” tread that bfg reengineered for heavier vans and trucks 350 that were wearing out tires.these come with a 50,000 mile warranty and have 1,000 on them now.size 265/75/16
*I am having rhino lining company spray three sides which starts just above headlights and runs around back just above tail lights.the spare tire carrier is being rhino lined along with the running board steps on both sides.the grill is already rhino lined and stored inside van until after van is sprayed.
*front and rear bumpers have been powder coated black and are inside van until after van is sprayed.
I have a new 30 “ driving combo ostam led light made by Robby Gordon outlaw off road.it sits perfectly in the gap of oem bumper.
* I have 2 led back up lights for rear bumper that are flush mount and will be installed by new owner.
There are 4 factory wired auxiliary switches on dash that these lights can be wired to.
*new aftermarket tinted street legal tail lights not installed yet.
*rain and wind window deflectors,k and n reusable and cleanable filter.AECOM privacy window and side doors white.
*odyssey extreme AGM engine battery
*odyssey extreme massive capacity AGM house battery and stainless steel tray that needs to be mounted by new owner and remove the tiny low capacity set up.it is easily accessible mounted below van on frame rail.
Heavy duty bottle Jack,battery jumper cables,recovery gear assorted along with utensils metal and plastic,dishes,etc
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Old 11-24-2020, 04:58 PM   #4
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I wanted to include “nada” pricing for serious potential buyers to see suggested retail,low retail and average retail pricing .with the additional factory items it came with. The adjusted pricing is at the bottom of last photo.my price is $65,000 firm so please no comments or comparison adds etc. I do want to reiterate that I am including all the extra items I listed above that are not accounted for in “nada” pricing.
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Old 11-24-2020, 05:04 PM   #5
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Here’s a little general info,it does not have solar panel but the roof top a/c is nicely hidden from side view and is fuel efficient since it sits in its own little cubby hole flush with roof.
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Old 11-24-2020, 05:22 PM   #6
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Here’s a YouTube video from the first time I was thinking of selling.I have other videos of bed area etc of you pm me,thx

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