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Old 07-19-2017, 01:10 PM   #1
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Nice 6.0 RB in San Diego area / $17k

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>> Interesting simple/spartan homebuild. Appears to have the insulated headliner of a passenger RB, but the van is otherwise a cargo setup. (No windows except in side barn doors and rear doors.)

Nice color and low miles, seems like has some nice kit with it too.


2006 Ford E350 Diesel LOW MILES Sportsmobile Wannabe - $17000 (Murrieta)

2006 Ford E-350 Cargo (custom factory ordered) 2x4 - Sportsmobile wannabe NO ACCIDENTS, CLEAR TITLE IN HAND

6.0l Powerstroke turbo diesel
Just passed smog
77k miles
4.10 gear ratio
1-ton rear axle
Side and rear barn style doors w/ windows (special order)
Dual battery setup w/ power inverter for 110v accessories (TV, DVD player, Game system, blender, power tools, etc.)
A/C, power windows, power locks
CD player with hookups for sound system (subwoofer, speakers)

31" BF Goodrich A/T off road tires w/ custom alloy wheels
Rear mounted, full size spare
Roof racks: both cargo and cross bar style
Rear roof access ladder
Side/ rear camera and monitor system
Off-road driving lights
Portable solar panels for keeping battery topped off when off-grid

Completely custom outfitted with cabinets and interior storage
Custom walls with side and floor insulation
Convertible Bed/ couch combo with mattress included (was intended to be temporary but worked out so well I ended up keeping it in there)
Full carpet inside w/ floor mats
Propane heater included for camping/ jobsites

The ultimate camping/ adventure vehicle. This van is ready to go anywhere in the country and stay off-grid for weeks at a time. Perfect basecamp for dirtbikes, jeep, UTV, off-road etc. 9500 lb towing capacity. Interior storage makes for perfect work van. Bed/ couch is removable allowing for full interior floor space (pictured).

My plan was to convert the van to 4x4 at Agile Offroad in El Cajon, CA but never got around to it (Conversion would run around $10k and would bump value up to $30k).

This vehicle is in perfect running condition. The only imperfections are as follows: passenger side window tint is starting to peel due to the effects of the sun. Driver front fender paint is beginning to oxidize. Very light scratches on rear left quarter (from shopping cart). Please see pictures.

Please contact me with any other questions. This is a great tow/ camping rig or work van with a place to eat lunch and store your tools. (You can also keep your drinks cold in the fridge).



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'95 Ford E250 RB30 PH
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Old 07-19-2017, 05:47 PM   #2
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He's a little off on that 4x4 conversion cost but I like the color

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Old 07-19-2017, 07:06 PM   #3
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Yeah, and if it was gonna boost it by so much value, why wouldn't he do it?!?!
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