Working in LA this week and due to the I10 closure I will be traveling via Yuma, San Diego. Traveling through Monday and back Wednesday or Thursday. Please call and leave a message to have a look.
Great overland or expedition rig.
83,000 (oops originally posted 88,000) miles (approximately as I do drive it often)
7.3 Power Stoke Diesel
Quigley 4WD conversion from new.
AZ clear title with a designation of Class C RV (Cheaper insurance and registration)
Couch that converts to a 50" bed.
Basic water system (Tank, pump, sink, faucet and gray water container)
250W solar system with MPPT controller.
110v inverter and 110V 30A shore power plug with multiple outlets inside and outside the vehicle.
3 batteries, shore powered battery charger/conditioner, multiple 12v cig outlets in cab and box.
Onboard air (currently needs new airline, hopefully done before sale)
Plenty of storage.
Build plate shows LSD in the rear (not confirmed)
Good AC (cab and box)
There are a couple of minor issues.
- The locks on the box cabinets and doors will need adjusting.
- Headlights are dull.
- Shore power inlet needs to be replaced (no door and has had heat damage in the past, works OK though).
- Back bumper has done its job but needs to be realigned (hopefully I will get to that in the next couple of weeks but it is hot laying on the ground in Phoenix at the moment.
ABS light is on.
Cruise control does not work.
Lights and siren etc still in place (front lights have had a color correction to please the MVD inspection).
Air horns in place but need a solenoid to get them working again. (switch and wiring in place just needs the solenoid).
This converted ambulance does have the full wiring diagrams and user guide book that originally came with it from the factory.
Having owned various 4wd vans and sportsmobiles or class b campers size does matter. The usable interior space coupled with the quality of construction easily surpasses the Chinook, Bigfoot, Sportsmobile Ford based units. The 4wd is a bonus as it costs from $12,000 on up to have installed on a ford van.