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Sold - 1995 Ford E150 Camper Van


Listed a year ago
Salt Lake City, Utah

Seller's Description

This van has been in my family since birth! The owners include my Grandpa, Dad, and myself. I converted the van in 2019 and lived in it for about a year. Before and after living in it I have used this as my primary and one and only vehicle! Our family has taken great care of it and I'm sad to see it go, but since my partner also has a camper van we figured it was time for one of us to get an "around town" car. I've done extensive work to this van and it is ready to pop the keys in and go! It’s a V8 2WD. No accidents, clean title. There are some few quirks to it that are very common for Econoline vans that I'll list below, along with all the additions and maintenance I've done! Please only serious offers, cash only! Camper build additions: -Roof Rack (retails for $750 online) -Solar Panel wanderer set -Inverter and fuse box -Maxxair fan to cool you off in the summers and for cooking! -In the photos you'll notice I removed the battery, that's because I just purchased a new $200 Mighty Max 12v 100 AH battery -Hand pump sink that takes water from a 5 gallon system and that drains into a 1 Gallon grey water system -Custom built counter made for a 2 burner stove that features a drilled hole you can plug into propane. I also built a special area for a propane tank in the cabinet -Storage closets, one closet includes a beam you can hang clothes. Another closet includes 3 giant shelf (1 hidden shelf for super sneaky things) -Added bamboo cover for the closets, for cuteness of course! -Tons of storage for the kitchen area and above the bed. -Toole storage box (the lock isn't shutting correctly, but I do have the key for any savvy ppl out there that think they can get it working, it does close!) -Bed that is between a twin and a full/queen. My partner and I both slept and lived in it together comfortably. -Laminant flooring throughout! -Under bed storage -Special cabinet in the back for plugs -Pop out table for any remote workers or someone who wants a dinner table! This might be my fav part. -I think I listed everything, but you'll see it in the pictures if I hadn't! Quirks: Mechanically this van is a dream, my dad and grandpa took great care of it and I have been upkeeping on maintenance for regular oil changed every 3-5k miles. -There are some body paint scuffs, you'll notice if you zoom in on the picture. This is primarily happening on the front hood, I do have the original blue paint and have touched it up, but it's not professionally done. -you'll also notice some rust spots on the roof. I'm working on sanding, priming, and painting that but it hasn't been done yet. This is pretty superficial and there are no leaks. -The side door and back door don't open from the inside, but they do open from the outside. This is an easy fix common for ford e150s and requires like a $5 part to replace on the door cable. A 6 min Youtube video will get you there ( I just haven't gotten around to it yet. -The front passenger side door handle doesn't engage but it can be opened from the inside. This can be easily replaced with a $16 handle. ( - I replaced some locks myself so the driver side door and side door have two different keys from those replacements. If you wanted, you could get a 4 lock kit and replace them all so you only have one key and all working locks. Since the the locks work fine on 2 of the doors I haven't needed to do that and all locks engage successfully with the electric unlock/lock button so it's worked for me! -Airbag light on, you could get it tested and fixed, but it doesn't effect anything so I've just left it. Maintenance: -Tires are great and have good tread. I got them replaced and haven't done much driving since then. -just replaced van’s battery on 5/14 -Regular Oil changes -I also just got a recent inspection on 5/15/23 that I can share copies of saying the van has a clean bill of health! -Inspected and Emissions test passed in late summer of 2022 so you are good for 2 years. -Recent Rear differential fluid service -Universal joints replaced 2021 work done: -Ball joints replaced and wheel seal -BG cooling system flush and serviced -BG braking system flush -Replaced brake pads, rotors, including disk break pad set Need eventually: -BG Brake system regular service -Air filter -Clean and adjust rear drum brakes Total estimate: $250 I can also show you the inspection for those details if you'd like! They are a very trusted mechanic in SLC.


  • make: Ford
  • model: econoline
  • year: 1995
  • fuel: Gasoline
  • odometer: 131,900 miles
  • sleeps: 2
  • seats: 2
  • type: Camper Van
  • roof: Regular


  • 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

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