Our 2004 E350 has taken us many places, but unfortunately it's time to sell due to changing plans/lives/circumstances! We managed to make this van what we wanted/needed, and it's been a great way to get out and about, even with a kid and 2 dogs. She's not the fanciest van out there, but she gets the job done. The van: 2004 E350 Superduty 6.0L diesel Extended length Easy to drive and powerful, even when loaded down for a long weekend We've been on top of maintenance ever since we bought it, and have done several major repairs so the new owners should be good to go! These include: New batteries, fuel injectors, throttle body, A/C, fuel injector control module, fuel filters, and EGR valve. It also has newer tires with about ~10k miles on them. The build: We bought the van from its original owners, who had it professionally converted. We're not sure when or who did it, but it had hardwood cabinetry throughout and was really well done, but it wasn't the best for off-grid camping. So, here's what we added: Vinyl plank floors Espar D2 diesel heater that runs off the main tank 2x 100W Renogy solar panels 100ah Renogy lithium battery 700W Renogy inverter Cabinet with drawers Third seat (it folds down so you can put a stove on top or use the space for storage) The cabinet and seat are removable (not modular, but you can take them apart easy enough), so you could really change the layout around to make it what you want. ARB awning with LED lights ARB room addition that zips into the awning, effectively doubling/tripling the floor space outside. This was a great addition for summer camping! Earlier this year we took it down to Salt Lake City for the following: New hightop from Wasatch Overland. They also installed a removable bunk system (pictured), overhead storage, relocated the solar, installed a new Maxxair fan (with remote), and overhead LED lights. New 4x4 conversion from Advanced 4x4 Systems. Their standard conversion comes with a Dana front axle, Warn manual locking hubs, 4" lift, new Bilstein shocks, and a new transfer case (Hi/Lo). We're sorry to see the old girl go, but it's time to move on and find a new family friendly setup! Willing to travel for serious buyers, get in touch to schedule a video tour/walkthrough! This has been a fun project and has allowed us to get out way more than we would've with a young kid.
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