1995 Econoline Club Wagon with 41,000 original miles. I bought the van in July 2014 with 3700 miles on it. It was a one owner bought new by Medical City Heart Center in Dallas. It came with a carfax showing dealership fleet maintenance and I've kept proper maintenance on it since purchasing. Original plans were a Sportsmobile interior, Ujoint conversion and all the Aluminess goodies. A real estate project has taken precedence and I need to free up some money. It currently has the stock steel wheels with directional hubcaps, the black wheels and tires in the pics were too big. The following is what I've added.
New Coleman Mach 8 Roof air installed 1st week of August 2015 w 12' through floor power cord to rear. (I carried a Honda 2000 gen on a rear carrier)
New Edgestar 82 quart fridge/freezer not yet hooked up (was waiting on house batteries)
New Thetford porta potty, no chemicals or waste ever in it
New 60 gal water bladder w 45 psi pump (not yet installed)
50 AMP power to rear of van w new Perko switch to charge house batteries off of engine, then ability to isolate. I hadn't decided on which house battery system to go w yet.
New brake controller
The queen platform has room beside mattress for large hammock, baskets, books, computers, daily items etc. Underneath it holds six twelve gallon totes and still has room for shoes, tool box, etc. It has the high rear doors which makes it the perfect moto van. The first summer I had it I put a flip up futon in the back and rode my motorcycles in. It has E-track in the floor front to rear. I'm currently away from the van but will get more pics in a week or two. It will probably be posted on Ebay as well. Thanks, Rob 720-630-0117
For under $60K someone can have the exact build they want. On a 40K mile 7.3!
Sportsmobile buildout $25,000
Ujoint conversion $15,000
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