We are selling our 1991 Ford Econoline E-250. Standing height at the front is 6’9, and the back is 6’5. Clean title in hand! We bought this van back in April off of marketplace from someone who was not honest with us and completely deceived us about the condition of this van. We have put in months of hard work, and a couple thousand dollars to get it ready to be converted to a van-lifer conversion van. But unfortunately my partner and I have decided to end our relationship, so we have decided to sell the van. Some work we have done on the van: -$1,200 worth of welding on the floor of the van (I have before and after pictures of everything, there was a lot of rust damage) -Pulled out all 3 windows on the topper and reinstalled and resealed them (they all leaked) -Replaced all of the rubber automotive weatherstripping on all 6 doors (yep, they all leaked) -Resealed the entire lining of where the topper meets the van (this did not leak, but figured it wouldn’t hurt) -Replaced the window seals on the driver and passenger doors where the windows roll up and down, water was just running down into the doors -This van has 2 gas tanks. We completely replaced 1, the tank and fuel pump -Painted the entire inside with rust prevention paint -Painted the topper -Applied a paint stripper to the outside of the van -Pressure washed all of the old paint off Already installed: -RVMATE 14” Vent Fan -700 watts of solar (3 200 watt panels and 1 100 watt panel) -Renogy 40A 12V/24V Charge Controller -Renogy AGM 12V 200Ah Battery -Older Dometic AC unit (works, but needs to be recharged) We have already purchased everything to finish converting this van. Including: -Insulation -Wood (paneling and 2x4s) -Sub floor / vinyl flooring -Butchers Block Countertop -Lights / Dimmable light switches -Sink with drain hose -Fuse box -Onboard Car Battery Charger -Shore power hookup plug -Toilet We can discuss whether or not you want any of that with the van. The windshield is currently cracked, but it will be replaced by my insurance before it is sold to its new owner. We also plan on putting a fresh coat of grey rust prevention paint on the body of the van as well. We love this van, and we are so sad to see it go. It is going to make an amazing camper conversion van. There is nothing wrong with the engine that we know of, other than the fact that there is an oil leak. It is the rear main seal, which means the transmission must be removed to replace it. We already have the part for it that we can give you. There is a newer radio installed, but the speakers on the driver/passenger doors need to be replaced. The van is currently located in Brooksville on my cousins land. Please message me with any questions. I have tons of pictures and videos of all of the work we have done. I have it listed for $10,500 just due to all the money and time we have put in, but the price is definitely negotiable. Thank you!
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