I purchased this E350 from an fellow who had it barn kept. This is a unique van as it features the INDESTRUCTIBLE Internation 7.3 Diesel that came before the Powerstroke. Additionally the metallic sparkly blue with dark royal blue leather and fuzz interior accents. This is about 80% complete, includes many of the parts needed to finish up. It's a deal, I will lose money. The interior basics: The entire floor cleaned and stripped, all known rust points and wheel well areas received additional plates welded on and an entire Bedliner sprayed. Then rigid foam and thin Rx between flaps used finally with 1/2" plywood. I have more 100sqft of high-end water-resistant engineered cedar for the floors. The walls/ceiling are all insulated with a mix of layered reflective insulation and spray foam and topped with mineral wool. The ceiling and much of the walls are covered in tung oil-treated cedar that provides a wonderful vibe and wood smell. The interior specifics: I custom-built all the cabinetry, I would say they are 7/10 woodworking, more than pretty enough for the job, and have gorgeous brushed stainless hardware as well as slow release-activated hinges and drawer sliders. There are 4 smaller cabinets on the driver side (1 featuring house battery and unusable) and then a long pull-out drawer on top. I had planned to put a nice open-end slab on top and try to build a pull-out addition to the bed but it would also serve as a great drawer for cooking tools, clothes, or a desk. Parallel to that on the passenger side is the bed with the window covered in continued cedarwood (Was considering accent paint wall but haven't). It has two very modern flexible led reading lights with built-in USB chargers, the in-ceiling lighting touch slider is right by the door/end of bed (depending what side your head is!). The bedframe is comprised of a long compartment for fishing rods, skis, etc (It does have a heater vent pipped directly in for winter ski storage or boot storage) it has rear storage under bed and a massive pull out drawer (I use for clothes). The corner compartment comprises the diesel heater but can be accessed and maybe storage for oil, jumpers, etc. Beyond that the entrace area is open and there is an elevated cabinet for kitchen with a stainless sink and faucet, pull out drawers and large under cabinets. I have a gas stove to install but have not yet and may never because it is useful to be able to move. The water system is not installed yet, but I have tank, plumbing and pumps will include if not installed at the time. There is a powered vent fan installed on roof. Electrical: The camper has dual Renown 100w panels on top, feeding a On Board DC (alternator) charger with MPPT and back charging aswell as a bluetooth module. Roof entrance points caulked w/ Dicor and 4200, no leaks. 2 gauge wire run to dual battery series for starting at engine. The bed lights and ceiling lights are wired up. There is also a cellular to wifi booster hard wired and installed on rear door. The alternator puts out 130A. Mechanical: So most of you probably caught your eye because this is diesel. It is the same reason I bought it, because I could not afford a Quigley and had a blast driving this thing! It features a 1993 International 7.3 liter diesel V8 with 360lb/ft. It has a 35-gallon tank and is rear-wheel drive. It features a 4spd automatic. All and all I clock around 19-22MPG impressively. It has large pretty good-looking wheels and large tires, tires have ~5k pretty new. In addition, the prior owner had the transmission rebuilt 7300 miles ago, unfortunately, I don't have the paperwork but you can see it for yourself when coming to look. On top of that, I just had $5000 in work done (seen in pictures). Fr/rear struts and shocks replaced, glow plug module and relay, temp sensor, fuel filter, fuel injectors, fuel filter housing, voltage regulator, air filter, throttle solenoid, water sensor, H20 separator, heater. The only current issue is cruise control, which starts on a time every time (the solar panels are great for this too and help a ton with glow plugs in winter). It also has an aftermarket performance radiator as those were known to cause issues with corrosion. Probably more that I will think of and add on here, it drives pretty well up to 75mph surprsingly- 85 if you're looking for fun. What needs doing: - Cedar engineered floorboards installed, bed top plywood installed, desk top picked out + install, sink pump/drain, paint as desired, install diesel heater fuel tap, and all the other desires you dream up. Open to trades + cash for dirtbike
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