I have a great 1995, 4WD (Quigley) Ford E250 for sale. I hate to part with her but I need cash for a different restoration project. She had 70,000 miles on her when I bought her from a retired guy that used the van to get back n forth from his place in Huntington Beach to his place in Mammoth. The van now has close to 157,000 miles on the original 351 engine and it still runs like a champ. It could use some minor work and what some might think of as major work. The minor crap is like the electronic door lock on the passenger side gets to decide when it will work, the stereo seems to like to change radio stations or songs on a cd at random, the speakers suck (thanks to the wife for blowing them out), the floor mats need to be retired, and the rear side step needs to be put back on. The tires are pretty good, but could use a rotation and the tint could be redone. The major crap really isn't all that major. The ABS auto brake sys light has been on since I bought it. I took it to Ford and they wanted $1200 to fix the system. I said F... that and I assume it doesn't work, so I don't tailgate very often. The other thing is it is rusting around the roof in that little rain gutter thing. This pisses me off. I hate rust, it's like cancer for cars. The interior is still in great shape for the most part with the exception of a few scratch marks on the inside paneling in the back. There is a bench seat behind the front seats and behind that is a raised bed that I constructed above a surfboard/storage area. It's nothing fancy inside when compared to a more modern Sportsmobile but she's very comfortable when you need shelter from a storm! I'm asking $7500 and I'm hoping the right person will see the value in this rock solid American beauty! Text me, call me, or email me. If you call me, leave a message and I'll call you back after 3pm. You don't want your kids' teacher on the phone makin deals, do ya? I'm Jack, she's Sacajawea. We are in Huntington Beach. Let's make something happen.