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Old 05-11-2024, 09:35 PM   #1
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FS - '02 E-350 EB Quigley with EB50 Style Build

02 Quigley 4x4 Ford E-350 EB with V-10

Price - $34,900 OBO

I bought this van while I was waiting for my new van to be built out - which happened to also be the last MG Metalworks van. Now that I have my new van, I sadly need to sell this one.

This van started life as a government vehicle with a factory ordered Quigley 4x4 so it is well maintained with all records/receipts. I have camped and traveled in this van for the last 3 years and when it was not being used it was stored indoors in my shop. I have done a couple of 5,000 mile trips in this rig and have never had a single issue. I have had all proper maintenance done including the pricey 100,000 mile service. It currently has !09,xxx miles.

The previous owner is a friend of mine and I know he maintained it to the same standards as I do.

Here is list of all the features/additions to this van.

Exterior:
Custom steel bumpers, roof rack, ladder, fairing and rock sliders
ARB Awning with full Mosquito Room
Sportsmobile Locking Gas Cap

Interior:
Full queen size bed
Webasto Petrol Heater - installed by Quadvan
Stainless Steel Countertop
Norcold Refrigerator
Dometic Sink with propane burner (never used - van has never been cooked in)
15 gallon in house water tank with Seaflow Pump
Maxxair Fan with rain shield
Sportsmobile Passenger Swivel Base
Custom slide out bench seat in rear
Denim insulation throughout
Coverking dash cover
Newer Front Seats from a 2011 E-Series

Electrical:
Renogy 40a solar controller with 1-100W Renogy solar panel (expandable)
2000W Inverter with 110v standard outlet
3 x 86 amp hour deep cycle AGM batteries
Blue Sea battery selector
Several USB outlets for charging/lights
Bluetooth stereo with handsfree microphone
Backup Camera (shows in rear view mirror)
Exterior patio light

Mechanical:
Reliable and desirable V-10 with 4 speed Automatic Transmission
Factory ordered Quigley package
Tow Package
3.73 gearing
XL package - Manual windows and door locks

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Old 05-12-2024, 07:57 AM   #2
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Interesting platform on the locking drawer slides.... Bench to sit on??
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Old 05-12-2024, 11:51 AM   #3
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Exactly. A quick pull out for one person or two. Typically I would rotate the passenger seat so my wife and I could face each other.
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Old 05-13-2024, 06:32 AM   #4
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That's a really clean interior build! Did you do it yourself? Looks like a nicely dialed van at a reasonable price for someone who doesn't need a pop-top (or add one later and still be ahead of the game...).
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Old 05-13-2024, 09:33 AM   #5
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Assume it only has seat belts for two passengers?
Any possibility of the build out accommodating a bench seat ??
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Old 05-13-2024, 01:09 PM   #6
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Thanks Brian. I started with a good foundation that was already in the van and had some very skilled help in doing the rest.
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Old 05-13-2024, 01:17 PM   #7
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Yes only 2 seatbelts. It would be pretty easy to put a rear single seat in, like we see in some Sportsmobile builds, but a bench seat would mean taking out the majority of what is there now and the house battery system and water tank would need to be moved somewhere else.
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Old 05-13-2024, 07:15 PM   #8
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Thanks for the quick reply.
Rear single seat would be the best option.
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Old 05-13-2024, 07:17 PM   #9
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Will give you a call to discuss.
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Old 05-13-2024, 09:22 PM   #10
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Sounds good
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