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Old 04-21-2016, 10:18 AM   #1
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2011 Ford E350 w/Camburg suspension

Hi All,
I'm selling my van. It was for a business and is no longer needed. Everything was installed less than 10 months ago. 2011 Ford E350 extended with 5.4L V8. 138,000 miles, clean title. Located in Salt Lake City, UT

Price is $21,800 obo

-Rear wheel drive

-Certified for use in California

-The Van has factory seating and seatbelts for 5 (I have two more rows of seats which could be reinstalled with modification to the current floor plan)

-Brand new Baja suspension installed this summer by Camburg Engineering in Long Beach California. (http://camburg.com/all-products/e-se...rformance-kit/)

-6 Gal hot water heater (runs off onboard propane)

-16000 btu furnace w/ thermostat installed rear of van (runs of onboard propane)

-10 gal RV certified Manchester propane tank - mounted under vehicle, supplies interior appliances.

-Sink with detachable shower head

-16 gal freshwater tank mounted under vehicle w/exterior fill door on rear driver's side

-Large capacity AGM house battery wired to charge automatically from vehicle alternator w/ auto disconnect to prevent draining car starter battery

-800w 110v power inverter wired to house battery

-New BF Goodrich All Terrain KO2 Tires, less than 10,000 miles on them

-New American Racing Mojave Teflon Wheels

-High flow water pump

-All weather floor w/ 3/4 plywood underneath

-Bench seat which converts to bed

-Aftermarket Viper alarm system with remotes

-Automatic locks

-Cruise Control

-Front and rear air conditioning

-Ladder on back for roof access to bike or ski racks

-10,000 lbs tow package with universal trailer plug

-Backup camera with screen in rearview mirror

-Rocker panels sprayed for rock chip protection

I apologize I only have a few photos.
Text me for more details, this is my google voice number so text is best
(781) 728-9653

Here's a link to pictures if these aren't displaying Postimage.org / gallery - IMG 0010, IMG 0798, IMG 1203, IMG 1205, IMG 1208, IMG 2305, IMG 2306













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Old 04-21-2016, 11:16 AM   #2
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That's a nice looking setup!
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Old 04-21-2016, 11:56 AM   #3
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Agreed. I like it!
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Old 04-21-2016, 12:46 PM   #4
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Thanks guys,
I set it up with the intention of modifying the floor plan at some point. I used heavy duty aluminum military bins to enclose the water heater and furnace because they are very sturdy and light weight but it would be easy to remove the bins and build out more traditional cabinets if someone prefers. The bins that make up the bench seat are just held in place with the seat bracket bolts and are easily removable. I use them for storage. Both the water heater and furnace are enclosed under the sink, the house battery and water pump are located in the bin directly to the front of the sink which covers the wheel well.
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Old 05-27-2016, 11:14 PM   #6
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This van is sold
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