Super Custom 4x4 E350 Overland Self-Contained Camper Bug-out Survival RV

Price: US $17,000.00 Item location: Cool, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: E-Series Van
  • SubModel: Super Duty
  • Type: Van Camper
  • Trim: Super Duty
  • Year: 1989
  • Mileage: 29,051
  • VIN: 1FDKE37H4KHC03478
  • Color: White/Black
  • Engine size: 5.8L V8 EFI
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: Part time 4WD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Options: 3" lift, 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1989 Ford E-Series Van Super Duty

History and ConfigurationThis 1989 Ford Econoline E350 was built by a utility company as a cold weather rig. All conversions were done through the dealer, which include 4x4 conversion, along with a 1 1/2 ton rear end, and a Timpte insulated box that is integrated to the chassis and includes a pass through to the cab. This is a very well done addition, and has no squeaks or rattles you might expect from a normal box truck.
The state of Colorado purchased it at 12,800 miles for geological testing. It was mostly parked at drill sites and used as a mobile lab.
A private owner then bought it at 17k miles and hardwood floors and an interior were built out for living off the grid. I have used it for several West-Coast trips including desert and heavy Ice/Snow. While slow offroad, it can handle steep inclines and loose dirt/gravel very well. Ice and Snow are no problem whatsoever, I've experienced several blizzards and was able to double the speed of every other vehicle on the road while forging my own trail in the fast lane.
  • Timpte Insulated box with windows and ventilation
  • WARN locking hubs
  • Dana 60 front axles
  • Leaf springs
  • Twin shocks
  • Dually wheels
  • C6 transmission with transfer case to transmission adapter
  • Rear posi 4.10
Interior Features
  • 6'6"tall X 7'6"wide X 11'6" interior dimensions
  • Folding Futon (sleeps 2 adults)
  • Upper bunk (sleeps 1 adult)
  • Spacious (seriously) counter/workspace set up as an office desk with monitor mount
  • Kitchenette with sink, microwave, cooktop, fresh water tank, Shurflo 4008 water pump
  • Space heater
  • commercial grade Duo-Therm AC/Heater unit powered by compressor on engine
  • 6 Full size dresser drawers
  • Bookshelf
  • Numerous spacious LED-lit storage cubbies
  • Studio monitor speakers with mixing board
  • Cell phone signal booster
  • Porta-Potti
  • Two vinyl sliding windows (no leaks)
  • Waterproof "Wet Tub" with exterior drain for wetsuits/snowboards
  • Lockable and securable interior.
Exterior Features
  • Twin air-tanks with hose
  • Shore power in
  • external power outlets
  • Yagi Long-range WiFi Antenna
  • Flood lights
  • Lockable cargo box setup with aux fuel pump for possible generator

Power
  • 2000W AIMS Pure Sine Wave Inverter
  • 2x Trojan T105 Batteries
  • Samlex Battery monitor
  • LED lighting
Condition
Starts perfectly, NO LEAKS, NO RUST, good tires, recent service, 29k ORIGINAL miles, interior 10/10, just passed CA Smog with flying colors, smooth shifting, 12k miles put on it these past two years, all the kinks are worked out. Only a few negatives - an exhaust leak from passenger side header which makes a bit of a funny noise under acceleration - The roof-mounted A/C shroud is cracked - The side door caught on a guard rail in an avoidance maneuver (other driver in my lane). It will need new hinges to be reattached. In the meantime I use it to store firewood for trips but it's the perfect compartment for a generator with remote fuel pump and power already run.
This van gets way more attention than any other car I own. You'll turn heads wherever you go, or escape it all and live off the grid for a while. This would make the perfect Burning Man mobile, or overland expedition vehicle. It's slow, but will get you anywhere you want to go and let you stay there for a while. I can live off-grid for a week or more on the battery power. You can live comfortably in this if it's plugged in or solar panels are added. There isn't another vehicle like this out there. Registered as an RV, so cheap to own, insure, and register.
Terms
  • Buyer responsible for pick up (and you can drive it home!)
  • Cashier's check or cashonly