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Old 03-07-2021, 12:31 AM   #1
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1996 ford e350 van 4x4 7.3 diesel van 4x4

1996 FORD E350 VAN 4X4 7.3 DIESEL VAN 4X4 On Ebay

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Old 03-07-2021, 07:30 AM   #2
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N.B., this is a Javier conversion, for sale by Javier.
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Old 03-07-2021, 08:58 AM   #3
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N.B., this is a Javier conversion, for sale by Javier.




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Ive never seen a javier van in person. Ive read build quality is generally questionable. Is it just poor welds or what? Looks like hes using all fseries stuff like an expo kit would. I guess my main question would be is a van from these guys a good idea for a fabricator type person to pick up on the cheap cause they would have the eye and the know how to correct whatever questionable mods were made? Or do these vans just nickel and dime you to death from poor geometries and things of that nature?

They almost always have new paint as well. How are the paint jobs?

All the overlandy bolt ons actually look decent as well. Any input from people that have seen these things in person that can comment?

Just thinking these vans might be a decent investment for someone that could build one but doesnt have the time to do all the upfront legwork but has the knowledge to fix less than ideal work.
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Ive never seen a javier van in person. Ive read build quality is generally questionable. Is it just poor welds or what? Looks like hes using all fseries stuff like an expo kit would. I guess my main question would be is a van from these guys a good idea for a fabricator type person to pick up on the cheap cause they would have the eye and the know how to correct whatever questionable mods were made? Or do these vans just nickel and dime you to death from poor geometries and things of that nature?

They almost always have new paint as well. How are the paint jobs?

All the overlandy bolt ons actually look decent as well. Any input from people that have seen these things in person that can comment?

Just thinking these vans might be a decent investment for someone that could build one but doesnt have the time to do all the upfront legwork but has the knowledge to fix less than ideal work.

No first hand knowledge of these conversions.
Lot of info on Expedition Portal Forum.
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