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Old 04-06-2018, 06:45 AM   #1
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98 E350 4x4 Converted ‘SMB’ $38k

98 Ford E350 4x4 “SMB”

117k miles

-V10 Gas motor
-Conversion was professionally done by a group out of Seattle that is no longer in business.
-Quigley 4x4
-Brand New BFG All Terrain KO2 285x75x16 (less than 2K miles)
-6’2” standing height
-Towing package
-Suspension Bags
-Aluminess front bumper with storage locker and Hella fog lights
-Removable rear bumper fuel/water can
-Solar Panels with 1500 watt power inverter
-Propane Stove/Heater
-Sink/water pump/17 gallon tank
-5 gal propane tank with gauge
-Propane Heat - Thermostat Controlled
-Flat Screen TV / DVD
-Fridge perfectly
-Queen bed / Sitting area with removable table
-Passenger chair - full 180 swivel
-Ceiling fan with three speed settings
-3 sliding windows in rear
-independent battery powered LED lights
-Many 12V outlets
-Brand new smoke/carbon monoxide detector alarm
-Under-bed storage (ample room for two sets of skis, foldable chairs, stove, fire wood, tools, etc. )
-Privacy Window tint throughout. (Darkest they’d allow me to get)
-Power Windows
-Power locks
-Cruise control (cruising 70 mph is no problem)
-Bluetooth radio
-Exterior custom Line X - (Dark Gray - Black rocker)
-Fender flares

Every single thing on this van works and it is seriously reliable. In the last 12 months I’ve taken this thing from the Rockies of Colorado to all of the below places, among many others, with ZERO issues out of the engine or van itself:

SoCal — 4 times
Central Montana
Jackson Hole
Salt Lake City/Snowbird
Crested Butte

I’ve used the 4WD many times. It engages with ease — 4H and 4L both work perfectly.

I’ve taken good care of this van. I’m a skier, mtn biker, surfer, hunter and fisherman. I’ve done all from this rig and it’s been a ton of fun, but my wife and I are moving to Richmond VA and my job scenario is changing. With that I’m going to lose almost all of the flexibility I’ve had with my current role over the last 4 years. I also can’t see us actually using it on the east coast...It would take days to get to places I’d actually want to travel...which for me is everything out west. It’s time for it to go.

Van is in Carbondale, Colorado.

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