I've got a 1995 Ford Econoline van with only 135k on a V8 engine for sale. This van has a Pathfinder 4x4 conversion, a 6 inch lift, and 33" tires.
The van is currently stripped inside, with the exception of a sleeping loft up top that covers the front half of the van. Right now it's a blank canvas to deck out to suit your needs. With the extra tall doors, it's super easy to load dirt bikes or other oversized gear into. There is full-height standing room in the back half of the van, and if you want to remove the loft to give you full standing height throughout the van it'd take you 20 minutes. (I'm 6'0" and have tons of clearance when I'm standing straight up).
This is actually a full panel / cargo van, the black sections on the side that look like windows are actually just stickers (windows on the camper top are actual windows). Provides great privacy and a much more secure way to haul gear around.
Even with how big the van is and considering the lift and big camper top, it is incredibly stable to drive and easily does 75+ mph comfortably. It can go anywhere you want to take it and is in great running condition with low miles. Driving at 75 mph I get about 12-13mpg.
Mechanically the van is solid. Cosmetically it does have a few dings and dents, but it looks the part of a 4x4 van that's used for what it was intended for.
I posted a pic of the van parked side by side with a camper van that my business owns just to show the height difference between the two. With the lift and the extra-high camper top, this van is probably about 18 inches taller.
The camper top is fiberglass and is extremely well-sealed. There is absolutely zero signs of leaking or water damage, and it appears to have been professionally installed and the seals well maintained.
Van is located in Seattle, but I'm happy to help with transport to another city for the right offer.
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