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2006 Ford E250
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Year 2006
Make Ford
Model E250
Color maroon
Packages Quigley
2006 Ford E250
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History acquired in 2008 as used cargo van, One previous owner.
Exterior
2006 Ford E250 Exterior 2006 Ford E250 Exterior 2006 Ford E250 Exterior
Smittybilt Defender roof rack and Surco ladder. Lund windshield visor. Aluminess tire carrier. LED driving lights. Draw-tite Front and rear hitch. Rock slider Industries power steps. Exterior wash down hose bib in rear. sliding door extender, Vanair Roof vent, Modified stock front bumper with 12k winch. Fiamma awning.

Interior
2006 Ford E250 Interior 2006 Ford E250 Interior 2006 Ford E250 Interior
Home build interior. Pass. swivel seat. Propane stove, sink, microwave. Dometic fridge. ARB twin air compressor (under front seat). Rear under bed storage. Wet Okole seat covers.

Wheels, Tires, & Suspension
2006 Ford E250 Wheels, Tires, & Suspension
Stock Quigley 4" lift. 285x75x16 Michelin AT's on KMC wheels, limited slip Dana 60 373 rear. Dana 50 373 front with ARB locker. Bilsteins shocks

Under the Hood
Stock 5.4L gas. Optima D34 battery.

Systems, Solar, & Electronics
2006 Ford E250 Systems, Solar, & Electronics
Sure power Isolator. 2 Optima D34 house battery. 2000W inverter. Shore power outlet. 200 watt Renogy solar kit.

Favorite Destinations
2006 Ford E250 Favorite Destinations
Montauk, South Shore Long Island. Cape Hatteras N.C. beaches.
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Old 01-20-2017, 09:54 PM   #11
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Nice rack. Who makes it?
The van looks good.
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Nice rack. Who makes it?
The van looks good.
Thanks... It's an aluminum Surco rack with some modified gutter brackets and a powder coated Surco ladder.
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Old 02-13-2017, 02:16 PM   #13
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Van winshild viser

Sorry for the late reply, been having trouble getting notifications and navigating this site. The van interior I did myself . The sun visor I picked up on ebay some years ago, I believe itís made by Lund. I hope to post some more photoís on my profile soon (If can figure out how to do it : ).
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Old 03-17-2017, 11:57 PM   #14
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Nice van you have there. I like that it looks clean, but purposeful. Living in NYC, I feel a discrete van is more ideal. I'm on the island a lot. Maybe I'll see you out there. Thanks for posting.
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Nice van you have there. I like that it looks clean, but purposeful. Living in NYC, I feel a discrete van is more ideal. I'm on the island a lot. Maybe I'll see you out there. Thanks for posting.
Thanks, as a surfcaster it serves it's purpose as my weekend beach buggy and then some.
Hope to see you on the beach.
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I really like the stock look of your front bumper and how you were able to conceal the winch behind it, I only wish you were on the west coast so I could see it in person. I may try to get it duplicated out here if you don't have a patent on it!
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I may try to get it duplicated out here if you don't have a patent on it!

FWIW....it's perfectly legal to make one for yourself whether or not something is patented.......making and selling something that someone else has patent rights to is a different story....
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I really like the stock look of your front bumper and how you were able to conceal the winch behind it, I only wish you were on the west coast so I could see it in person. I may try to get it duplicated out here if you don't have a patent on it!

Hey, no problem be glad to help anyway I can. If you need more photo's or info let me know. ~ Lenny



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Thanks for the link I've had It bookmarked for a couple of years now, every time your photos come up I think its time to pull the welder out and forget about the other 50 things my wife has for me to do.
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