Hello, Up for sale is my Ford E350 Camper Van. $15,500 OBO trying to get her sold by the end of the month so I don't have to keep insuring it. I have owned this vehicle for the past year and had many trips planned but then life got in the way and the Van sits more then it gets used these days. I have put maybe 1000 miles on it since i have owned it and have done a few mechanical maintenance items and some minor interior updates since i bought it from the previous owner. It has a Clean Title and i have Carfax as well. The previous owner bought this van in 2020. It was formerly a handicap shuttle van. He had virtually every maintenance/mechanical item addressed. He spent quite a bit of money on it and i can imagine a lot of man hours to do the conversion to make it a camper. I have no doubt it could make it to Alaska and back now as it is mechanically in perfect condition for the new owner. The engine and trans are strong and trouble-free, no doubt it could pull a substantial load. No leaks, no issues mechanically or electrically, cranks easy every time. INTERIOR Pros: -Interior height is roughly 6' in the middle of the camper section -Ceiling is insulated -Limo tint in camper section -New windshield and cockpit privacy/heat shield window covers -Passenger seat is on a new swivel mount ($300) so that you can use it when camping. -New full size mattress and cover -Overhead storage above the bed and cockpit. -Separated storage under bed. The front is big enough for a medium size dog. The space under the bed (garage) is almost as large as the bed -All framing is light, sturdy, and attached to the van securely -All wood is sealed against moisture -interior stays dry -12v lights controlled by switches throughout the van -New 1000w Jackery power station included. ($900) Able to charge with cigarette lighter and AC outlet on the side of the van. Battery will support the full load of all electronics (fridge, fan, lights) for at least a day without charging. Fridge by itself for about 3 days. All electrical is wired to a fuse block with appropriate amperage fuses per circuit. All electrical loads and wiring are completely separate from the chassis electrical system, so you won't have to worry about draining the starter battery. -New 10k BTU Tosat Air Conditioning unit for the camper section works amazing, it only works when at campsites with electricity. Will not run off the battery of course. ($400) -New MaxAir MaxFan with rainproof hood that raises and lowers. Amazing fan ($250) -New ICECO VL52 Fridge/Freezer, with capacity extension, and sliding tray ($800) -New Boss Stereo with Apple Carplay and new Pioneer speakers ($200) INTERIOR Cons: -Front seats are worn and cracked (i have installed seat covers over them to remedy this) -Trim work is needed if you want the interior to be #vanlife, it was last on my list and I never got to it. -Headliner isn't great near the windshield -The under-bed (garage) storage does have sharp edges in some spots. It's never bothered me but I would trim it with wood if you have kids MECHANICAL WORK (PREVIOUS OWNER): -New wheels and tires -New steering gear box -New pitman arm -New brakes all around (rotors, pads) -New ignition coils -New spark plugs -Battery is only 3yrs old -Trans flushed with a new filter in 2020 -New air filter -New wipers -New headlights -New serpentine belt -New rear bumper with tow ball and trailer wiring MECHANICAL (MY OWNERSHIP): - New Windshield - New Starter - New rear door lock and handle - New Parking brake cable - New rear parking brake shoes - New rear axle seal - New Water pump - Fresh Oil and Filter Change July 2023 MECHANICAL Cons: -Side double door needs lock cylinder replaced or re-keyed as it does not work with the key currently. You can just reach around from the inside by the passenger door to pop the lock. EXTERIOR -Paint looks good from far but is far from good. The hood and the passenger rear double door are the main problem areas but the rest isn't too bad and it has no major dents.
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