It's already got an Agile RIP kit. I was one of Ramsey's early customers for the package. It settled down the ride nicely. Though I keep making/breaking appointments to go down and see him for a re-valve or well-baby-check to see if we can improve it even better.
The biggest shortcoming of the van, in my estimation, is the Quigley conversion (done at the factory when the van was new) necessitated cutting down the fuel tank to 21 gallons. With the V-10, that turns into a safe range of prox 220 miles. There are solutions that might involve Aluminess and TransferFlow and my kids' inheritance. There are other solutions that involve a larger fuel tank in place of the existing one -- I can explain on the phone.
The second biggest shortcoming is ergonomics. I don't bend as easily as I used to, and climbing in and out of the side door 8 million times to stir pasta is kind of a drag. (And because the van is tall, it's hard to stand outside and reach inside to cook.)
It really is a nice looking and functional van. The clearcoat on the hightop is peeling pretty badly on the passenger side, which is unsightly -- otherwise the van presents well.
Also, as stated in the orig post, Hannah doesn't like it. And I'd like to travel with her, ergo, we're looking for something that both of us like.
Originally Posted by mikracer
Low miles, V10, 4x4, and a fully built interior? That should sell quick at your price! New owner just needs Agile's RIP kit.