FS: 1996 E350 EB Sportsmobile 4x4 w/ 68k miles
Like many others, the time has come to sell my Sportsmobile and move on to other areas of life. Here are the details:
1996 Ford E350 EB Quigley 4x4 with a 7.5L (460cu) gas engine w/ 68,000 miles (not a typo)
Modified EB41 floor plan with a pop-top w/ bed, gaucho that folds out into double bed, 2-burner propane cooktop, sink w/ 12gal gray water tank and shower head attachment, Norcold fridge, microwave, Starcool A/C, slide out pantry, small closet, furnace w/ thermostat, CO & propane detector, and Onan 2800W generator. The two front seat swivel around to make more seating and floor space. All windows have day/night shades. One deep-cycle battery that powers lights and furnace during evenings.
The EB41 plan was modified to leave the rear EB section of the van completely open for plenty of storage. I have even fit two bikes in that section with extra space.
Aluminess rear bumper with two swing-out arms, one box tray on one of the arms. I also have a spare-tire carrier swing-out that can be installed (needs to have new mounting studs installed), as well as a large swing-out arm as seen in the pictures (never mounted on this bumper, acquired from another forum member).
Other options I have for the van include bug screens that attach over the windows magnetically so they can be left down during the day, custom awning mounts (made by a member on this forum, can't remember who but they were very popular, never bought the awning), a Fiamma screen house to attach to a Fiamma F45 awning (never bought the awning so never used the screen house), and a foldable solar panel that I use to charge the deep-cycle battery.
I have all the original documentation when the van was built, plus many of the maintenance records.
Tires are virtually new BFGoodrich A/T's with about 5000 miles on them, with a matching spare that is almost new.
Asking $35,000 obo.
Send me your email address for additional photos and any questions you have.
Thanks - Bryce
Forgot to mention that the van is located in Broomfield, Colorado.