2002 Ford E350 Quigley 4x4 Sportsmobile - $55,000
7.3L Powerstroke Diesel with 105,000 miles
Items addressed in the last 10,000 miles
Replaced ICP, Computer, cam position sensor, valve cover gasket, wiring harness under valve covers, vacuum pump for brakes, starter and starter relay.
Rear brake calipers and rotors, front rotors.
45 gallon extended range tank.
Updated with Agile Offroad RIP kit. This includes fox shocks, progressive coil springs in the front and add-a-leaf in the rear.
After market wheels with 33 inch tires 30-40% tread.
Custom reinforced rocker panels and wheel wells designed to allow up to a 35 inch tire.
Front bumper with rigid flood lights and 12k warn winch.
Rear wrap around bumper with lights and swing away tire carrier and storage box.
New Manchester seven gallon propane tank.
Two tone Linex exterior including fiberglass pop-top.
RB50 Floor plan sleeps 4
Propane stove, furnace and new hot water heater.
Swivel front passenger seat.
New Fridge with auxiliary cooling fan for better efficiency.
Thetford porta toilet
Dual 10 gallon water tanks.
200 watts of solar
New Blue Sea battery separator
Lifeline AGM house battery
Pioneer stereo with DVD and Bluetooth
Foam and Roxwool insulation added.
Storage platform and homemade bed panels.
Custom rocker panels and bumpers were done by Rtech Fabrication based out of Hayden Idaho. Rocker panels had rust under the water heater and along the drivers side. We decided to just cut them off and beef up the rockers.
Van has a slow oil seep that has been there for the seven years I've owned it and the front right brake squeaks a bit when coming to a slow stop. Small section of damaged Linex on the passenger door seem where it pinched and caused it to peel up. About the size of a quarter.
The van isn't perfect but it's a solid rig and by far the coolest thing I'll probably ever own.
Here are a few Youtube links to get a better idea of the interior and exterior.