I am selling my adorable 1986 Dodge Falcon B350. 55kmiles. Located in Pittsburgh, PA. $22k or best offer. My mechanic says engine is great and she got a good review of health from them. I have had zero engine problems in my ownership, and keep up with fluids etc. List of new/replaced items below! Newly upholstered couch and seats in black fabric. The couch folds over so easily into the bed which is about the size of a double. I have bad arthritis and I think the bed is very comfortable even sleeping on it for a week! The ease of getting it ready for bed in 3 minutes flat is my top favorite thing about this van. The top loft bed is definitely for children or tiny adults only- see my pics for reference. The front chairs swivel around which makes hanging out in the van so fun, as you can get a bunch of people in there. New wood ceiling. New flooring. New toilet. Replaced many vacuum lines, cycling switch replaced, replaced blower motor, blower motor switch, converted to R134A for AC, new tail lights, front and back camera rear view mirror, replaced all fuses, new ball joints. Replaced 3 belts. Passed PA inspection and fully registered. I drove it as recently as 2 weeks ago. I have a huge home repair that needs a serious chunk of money or I would not be selling this. I named her Vangela Lansbury: Muder She Rode, if you wanna keep her name going! There are 3 manuals Included all original and some other accessories like sun screen etc. There are seatbelts for the bench seat stored under it. Previous owner did a full tear out, replaced everything interior wise. All new insulation to fresh new paint and wood. He did New water heater, new water lines , new toilet, new fittings. I have videos of him explaining all he did and how everything works for the serious buyers! Also have walk through of inside and outside van. Motor was checked and opened up professionally. "Valve train looked great, zero build up, extremely low mile looking engine“. Lots of accessories changed out, alternator, pulleys, etc. Oil pan gasket, valve cover gasket, so much more. New power steering pump, tie rods , wheel bearing, new shocks, full brake flush and changeout, calipers checked any that didn’t pass were replaced. New transmission gaskets, fluid change etc. New front and rear lights. The four ways currently don’t work (previous owner nor I can figure out why, even after replacing fuses, etc). He put new all-terrain tires on when he bought it but it would likely need to go back to regular sized tires or get a 1-2in lift if you wanted to continue using them. The tread can catch occasionally when you hit large bumps at high speed. I personally love having the big tires to take it in the backwoods tho. There is a backup cam that functions as your rear view mirror. No stereo, you could wire one up if youre so inclined, but I use a bluetooth speaker just fine. There is a ceiling fan and air conditioning if you are plugged I to shore power. There is heat and AC that works all the time while driving in the front of the van for driver and front passenger. There is an awning all along the door side of the van that pulls out with poles. There is LED lighting throughout that runs on battery or shore power. Regular and USB outlets that run on shore power. Would be easy to rig up for solar. There is a sink with water tank below the van. Pop up tables next to sink and on van doors. There is a stove top that runs off propane but disclaimer- i could not get it to work, although I only tried once. The previous owner said it worked easily for him and I have a video of him explaining how to get it to work. Might just need a tube connected but I am not that handy with cars, so I didn’t fool with it! The refrigerator runs on shore power when plugged in, or on propane like stove - (again I couldn’t figure that part out but have video of him explaining). Happy to answer any other questions!
About The Seller
Disclaimers: Partner services for this listing are provided by Vancamper and not the seller. When you shop with our partners, we may earn a commission (at no cost to you). To learn more, click here.