Another CL add - no affiliation. This one is where I am currently living. Can check it out if anyone is interested. Oddly enough it does not have a pop top or high top, just the regular roof line.
1994 Ford Sportsmobile camper van - $5,995 until camping season (then increasing)
My father, The Colonel, received the final promotion last year, and left me his 1994 Ford Econoline camper van with 134,000 miles. The Colonel loved Burning Man, but he never took this van to the alkali wastelands of Nevada. This is the van he pampered, storing it in a closed storage unit in Roseville.
The Sportsmobile camping conversion features:
• A pull-out double bed
• Water tank, pump, sink, and gray-water tank
• Electrical hookup
• Cupboards and cubbies
I have original manuals to explain how to operate the systems.
The DMV registered it as a van, rather than an RV because it has:
• No stove (just an electrical hotplate)
• No shower
• No toilet (Only a "Porta Potti")
Motorheads will appreciate the 5.8L V-8 engine, which rocketed over the Siskiyous like they weren't there. The ride is cushy and the steering is easy, with cruise control. It has:
• A new battery
• A new ignition switch
• Recent fuel pump (2010)
• Tow package and hitch (with 2 electrical options)
• Sirius satellite radio cassette player converter
Les Schwab reports that the brakes are 50 percent in the front, 40 percent in the rear. The detailer who just polished and shampooed it end to end reports, "There is not a spot of rust on it."
Selling the Colonel's van "AS IS," so in the spirit of full disclosure:
• ABS warning light is always on
• Windshield wiper reservoir leaks
• Foot-long crease on the passenger side rear fender
• Rain leak near passenger seat, so keep a tarp over it. (Besides, I just detailed it.)