I'm selling my 2003 Ford E-350 Super Duty because I haven't been camping out of it much of the last couple of years. I bought it in 2016 at 105k miles and converted it from a passenger van into a camper. It currently has 149k miles. I've done oil changes every 5k miles or 1 year, whichever came first. No check engine light. I have the clean CO title in my name. Shoot me an email if you want to come see the van. Cash only please. Thanks! Camper info: • Renogy solar system - 2x 100 watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline panels - 30 amp PWM Charge Controller • 1000 watt Xantrex Prowatt Inverter with 2x 120v outlets & USB port and battery voltage monitoring. • 12 volt 100 amp hour sealed AGM battery bank (two 6v batteries in series) • Batteries, Inverter, and solar panels are all fused. • The van is pre-wired for a solenoid between alternator and house batteries - (solenoid died a couple years ago and I haven't bothered to replace it) • pre wired for 12v fridge behind driver's seat • Passenger seat swivels 180º • Stainless steel kitchen sink, drains through the floor (no grey water tank to deal with) • Large kitchen counter • Fantastic Fan in the rear ceiling. • Twin size bed frame with storage underneath (no mattress) • Windows have magnetic blackout curtains. • 4x cross bars on the roof (two are used for solar panels) • welded aluminum roof basket. Recent Maintenance: • 2023 - January - Brake fluid flush. Coolant flush. New thermostat. • 2022 - May - new catalytic converter (was stolen =/ ) - January - New alternator • 2021 - December - new fuel pump - May - new starter • 2018 - May - new spark plugs Pros: - three spare keys - Catalytic converter theft prevention system. - incredible 950 cca AGM starter battery (started up first try at negative 4 Fahrenheit last winter) - upgraded audio w kicker speakers & sub/amp under driver seat, bluetooth radio. - tires have the 3 peak mountain snowflake symbol, and have a good amount of tread left. - Frame is rock solid. Hardly any rust. (Vehicle has lived in CA, OR, and CO) Cons: - Driver door speaker is intermittent at lower volumes - could use new tie rod ends - couple small window leaks: left rear barn door, and large rear window on passenger side. Cheap fix, but requires unbolting the window to replace the seal. Could probably just seal with silicone without removing the window. - small engine oil leak (has not gotten any worse in last 3 years. I've never needed to add oil between changes). - small crack in windshield
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