2011 Ford E-350 Flex Fuel Van. Price drop! Looking to sell now and am open to offers! Had the engine, brakes, and tires checked today 1/29/2022 and everything is up to speed. Tread on tires is good. Engine is in good shape. Brake pads are still thick. Oil changed as well. I also have the title of the car. It is an extended top so ample room to stand up and walk around. I am ready to part with the adventure van. Sad to see her go but excited to find her a new home. The van runs great and has taken me a lot of places that wouldn't be possible with an RV or larger vehicles; far into the woods and throughout the desert. Works well in pretty much any climate. It has solar panels (4 total) already hooked up with a lithium battery and outlets on both ends of the van. Switches for lights and switch for running water from the sink. All you have to do is fill the 5 gallon jugs in the van and it screws under the sink. I plan on leaving the jugs (there are 3) so 15 gallons total in the van if both are filled up. There is a grille I'm willing to leave if that is of interest. It has vinyl floors, has been insulated and framed and has curtains over the windows. Seats 2. The bed folds up for a couch like setup or folds out for more bed space that sleeps two. I generally just kept the bed unfolded. There is a side door that opens like a school bus and two doors in the back. It does have a hitch which is kind of low but it never caused any problems for us and could easily be taken off. It has an unofficial toilet and solar shower that if you wanted I would leave also. There is A/C and heater in the car - a/c + heater for the front and bus style A/c + heater towards the back of the van. The car gets about 300-350 miles for one fill up. It has 190,000 miles but E-3350 series can last up to 500,000 at least, if well taken care of; they are easy to work on and maintain. There is one hub cap missing off the right rear tire. It can get cold inside the van if you are under 32 degree weather because we have spent some time in it when it was cold. Sometimes we would keep the car running with the heater, other times we would just bundle up but if you don't plan on using it in cold weather you should be fine. I have a VIN check report for serious inquiries. Let me know if you are interested or have any questions about it. The price reflects the items included such as 4 solar panels plus hooks up and lithium battery, water jugs, grille, and car itself. Thank you. Hoping it goes to a good home.
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