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Old 12-04-2020, 02:30 PM   #1
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2012 E350 passenger van, V10, Ujoint 4x4

No affiliation.32,000 miles, $68K.


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2012 Ford E350 Van. Triton V10 with only 32k miles. A rare find. Ujoint Offroad 4x4 conversion done at Ujoint. Very well built. Not all 4x4 conversions are created equally. Ujoint Offroad is a premier build company. No accidents, clean title in hand and smog done. I have receipts from Ujoint, Aluminess and the maintenance records. A great daily driver or head out off grid. Pick your adventure. Don t hesitate to reach out, ask questions, request photos and by all means come by and take a look. It s a beast of a van and it s ready for action.
$68,000 obo. Make me an offer!

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Ujoint OffRoad 4X4 Conversion
6" lift progressive springs
35 Toyo MT
17 Black Rhino Armory Wheels
Stage 2 Dana 60 4.56 gears
RSC Upgrade 08 up
14 brakes all around
NV271 Transfer Case
5R110 shaft/adapter
4x4 Conversion
Fox 2.0 With Reservoirs
OX Locker, rear semi float
Bushwacker Fender Flares
08/ Black Grille
sPOD
Apple Car Play Stereo
Rigid Ignite rear lights
Rigid Flush mount flood amber and spots
Aluminess Nerf Bars
Aluminess roof rack w/ ladder
Aluminess rear tire carrier
Undercoated vehicle
Underfloor Storage
Trailer brake controller
Rear skid
ARB On Board Air System
Back up camera
Aux Batt
Built out bed w/ sunbrella fabric
Road shower 6.5 gallon
Fridge (hard wired)
Under bed LED lighting


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Old 12-09-2020, 09:01 PM   #2
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This is a good looking V10 with low miles. What do you guys think it is worth? Is 68k what it takes to build/get ur hands on something like this? What would you realistically think is a good price. Still pretty new to all this. Trying to better understand the market!
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Old 12-09-2020, 10:31 PM   #3
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This is a good looking V10 with low miles. What do you guys think it is worth? Is 68k what it takes to build/get ur hands on something like this? What would you realistically think is a good price. Still pretty new to all this. Trying to better understand the market!
A stock van like that one with those miles, 15k probably depending on your area, the conversion, unless you do it in your driveway with wheels and tires, probably 26 to 28k there's a lot that goes into a correct conversion, you might be able to do it yourself and get close, as long as your hours count for nothing, I think it's priced high, it's in So.Ca. and that's a pretty hot market, I'm looking at a 13 rb right now, but I'm probably going the WeldTech route with a locker.
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Old 12-10-2020, 12:54 AM   #4
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Finding a 2012 with a V10 is difficult and more like $20k+ if you find one that's clean with relatively low miles. With that said, I still think its priced high for a van that doesn't have a pop top of some sort. But that Ujoint conversion was a pretty penny I'm sure. I'm guessing no less than $30k with the mods and upgrades.
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Old 12-10-2020, 08:40 AM   #5
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Cool rig for sure. Hes got the exact front bumper I was thinking of doing. OEM with a bunch of lights sunk into it! Anybody know of any threads on that?

My front bumper is hammered...
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Old 12-10-2020, 08:49 AM   #6
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Cool rig for sure. Hes got the exact front bumper I was thinking of doing. OEM with a bunch of lights sunk into it! Anybody know of any threads on that?

My front bumper is hammered...
Chris Stuber, UJoint built it.
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