I bought this van from the original owner in 2015 and kept up the maintenance regularly. Never had any accidents. Over the years I’ve done extensive road trips between Canada and Costa Rica in it and it always served me well. As I haven’t used it a lot in the last 3 years (been parked in a dry area in underground parking) and I’m moving to Switzerland, I unfortunately need to let go of it. It runs strong and drives comfortably, even on long distances and with its solar panel and camping gear it’s ideal to camp out in the middle of nowhere (or even in the city) for an extensive period of time. Van details: 1995 Ford E-150 Econoline Club Wagon XLT 214500 miles Automatic, rear wheel drive Gasoline Power steering, Tilt wheel AM/FM stereo Power Windows and door locks Cruise control Power seat Trailer Pkg Jack and spare tire Side sliding door and rear 2 barn doors (swing open sideways) Apart from the general maintenance (oil, filter, lube, etc.) I had the following parts replaced over the course of the last four years: - new spark plugs - distributor cap - distributor rotor - ignition coils - ignition control module - alternator - left rear brake wheel cylinder - front wheel bearings checked/repacked - spark plug wires replaced - fuel line/hose - fuel pump - fuel filter - starter motor - exhaust manifold - break shoes on rear wheels - 2 new tires The van title is clean in my name, I’ll have it smogged and ready to transfer the title. Currently it is registered and insured until 20th August. USD 3500.00 OBO, cash only. I removed the original back two benches in the van and built the following (adding up to a extra value of over USD 1400.00): - Queen size redwood bed frame, which folds up into a sitting bench (facing forward), which has space for an extra 3 passengers with the seatbelts still working. - Storage space under the bed for 4 large storage boxes in a row and a large shortboard surfboard bag next to it (or more storage boxes if you’re not into surfing) - Next to the bed you can easily fit in 1-2 longboards (I had a 8’6 and 8’ fit) - Pull curtains around most of the inside of the back compartment for privacy. - Solar/electrical setup (I initially travelled with a basic 100W solar panel, 55AH battery, a PWM charge controller and an electric cooler and quickly realized that the panel was not delivering enough electricity, the charge controller was losing too much in the conversion, the battery was not storing enough electricity and the cooler was using too much. So I upgraded and optimized it to the following solar setup, which works perfectly): - 235Watt solar panel attached to the roof (REC 235 PE) - Renogy Rover 40Amp MPPT charge controller (30% more electricity, than a cheap PWM controller) - 110AH deep cycle 12V battery in battery container - XPower Inverter 1000 for conversion from 12V battery to 120V power outlet (for things like fridge, guitar amp, laptop charging, camera battery charging etc.) - All the necessary wiring, connections and safety fuses hooked up cleanly. - Switch to charge the battery also while driving - Igloo 3.2 cu. ft. Refrigerator - 4 Recessed LED Ceiling Lights above the bed with dimmer - 3 x 2.4A USB outlets installed around the back of the van and 1 x 2.4A cigarette lighter outlet installed in the back of the van for convenient charging of phones etc. Additionally, the van will come with the following to have you ready for your adventure (adding up to something over USD 700.00 in value): - Brand new 4inch cooling gel memory foam mattress - 1 quilt and 3 pillows, mattress protector, mattress sheet, quilt cover, 3 pillow covers - 4 plates, 4 bowls, 4 tupperwares, knives, forks, spoons, large knife, ladles, scoops and spatula, wok, frying pan, small pot, cutting board, 1 cup, 1 beer cooler, Zip-loc bags, aluminum foil, new sponge, bowl for cleaning dishes, Dr. Bronner’s, dish towels - 2 large 20 liter water bottles (approx. 5gl each) - 2 small carpets - large camping gas bottle, Ozark camping stove, lighters, coal, tripod grill (for over campfires), ignition cubes, - Duct tape, electrical tape, toilet paper, mosquito spirals, mosquito spray, 3 fairy light chains - Electric guitar, amplifier, Acoustic guitar - Home made mahogany table, 2 camping chairs, tarp - Mares bandit sling spear gun/harpoon, 1 diving knife - Haynes Repair Manual - Tool Box If you’re interested in the van and would like to see it, get it inspected and/or test drive it. I will be in McKinleyville with it on/after 10th of August. I’m driving it from Vancouver to McKinleyville on 8th and 9th, so if you’re in between somewhere, I might be able to meet you there on those two dates. If you have any questions, you may obviously contact me any time and I’ll get back to you asap. VIN Number available upon request. Cheers Corey
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