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Sold - Ford Econoline E150 Mark III LE Hightop


Listed 3 years ago
Seattle, Washington

Seller's Description

Ready to customize and be turned into the adventure camper of your dreams! Vanlife hightop with all the dirty work and repairs done for you! We completely gutted the back to prep for a custom van build. My partner and I are so sad to have to put our van build plans on hold but we decided to stay in the city longer to work and build out a small stealthy jeep instead. This van being a bright red hightop is definitely not stealthy and we don't have a place to store it. We also no longer need our solar set up. It just came in the mail this weekend and is still in the packaging. We are happy to sell it to you at a slight discount so we can avoid restocking and return shipping fees. Solar (optional) : Newpowa 200W 12 V Monocrystalline High-Efficiency Solar Kit includes LCD Controller,            Z-mounting Brackets, and cables $340 Pure Sine Wave 2000W Inverter Voltworks $350 LifePO4 Battery Isolation Manager $172 (on sale) Bayite DC LCD Display Digital Current Energy Multimeter $18 Blue Sea Systems Fuse Block $42 Battleborn 1000 W Battery (we intended to later on purchase a 2nd one to get the full use of our solar)  $899 Cost us $1821 we are willing to sell for $1650 Specs: Runs and drives beautifully and has working front AC and Heat.  The original stereo does not work but could be easily upgraded! Anti-theft mechanism in steering wheel V8 engine, under 160k miles Tires in great condition Replaced 2 front wheel hubs New exhaust New battery New shocks Replaced 02 sensor Oil change Replaced headlights No body damage 2 large overhead storage areas that could hold a lot located over the cab and at the rear of the vehicle. Clipped, reorganized, and sealed up all unnecessary electrical wiring from the original 90s camper build There is a disconnected but still in place wire that connects to the car battery via a small fuse box under the hood, and it snakes under the vehicle to the inside where the wheelchair lift was. Our mechanic reccomended leaving in place so it could be used to charge a battery while driving. Great if you don't have solar, or would like additional power! We had our mechanic (Perfection Tire and Auto Repair in Pullman, WA) check and do an overhaul on everything to insure this rig is safe and ready for extended roadtrips since it had not been used frequently by the previous owner. (The previous owner had this van to take their partner with a wheelchair to doctors appointments. ) We spent $1713 at Perfection Tire auto repair and are happy to include the receipt for you. We had a welder for $150 treat and repair 2 rust spots and weld titanium steel onto the floor. All minor holes were less than 1 in big from seats and wheelchair ramps bolted down have been covered with 3 layers of rustoleum for preventive anti-rust, weather proof butyl tape, and sealant. All light interior rust spots have been cleared of remaining rust and sprayed with rustoleum in the surrounding areas to protect against future rust. The only rust we have not touched yet is very small  on the front and rear bumper and will be easy to clean up. Could definitely use a paint touch up (mostly the roof that looks faded) or you could repaint to whatever color of your liking! We started the process of putting in the subfloor (1 in board insulation and 1 in furring strips laid down with adhesive meant for binding wood to metal) We then purchased a large piece of 3/4 in plywood Only a little more plywood and furring stips will be needed to finish the subfloor. We also have a box of self tapping wood screws that attaches the plywood subfloor to the furring strips. Then the floor is ready for you to choose whatever style you like! Please shoot me your offers and any questions! We're currently keeping the van at a family members since there's no parking available at our apartment in the city. Tours will be done in Lynnwood.


  • make: Ford
  • model: E150 Mark III LE Hightop
  • year: 1996
  • fuel: Gasoline
  • odometer: 160,000 miles
  • sleeps: 3
  • seats: 2
  • type: Class B
  • roof: Hi Top


  • ac_unit
    Air conditioner
  • health_and_safety
  • Solar panels
  • electrical_services
    Power inverter
  • Heater
  • Ceiling fan
  • Backup camera
  • shower
  • Extra storage
  • Toilet
  • accessible_forward
    Wheelchair accessible
  • AWD
  • 4WD
  • electric_rickshaw
  • Tow hitch
  • tv
  • Water tank
  • Leveling jacks
  • pedal_bike
    Bike rack


  • kitchen
  • Stove
  • Sink
  • dining
  • microwave
  • Oven

About the Seller

event Joined July 2021
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