1993 Ford E-Series Van Fully customized Class C type RV
1993 E-350 with 16' box van with 205,000 miles on the odometer. Previous Ryder truck converted to toyhauler. 8' garage in rear and 8' plus above cab living area. Onboard Honda 6010 rv generator starts, and runs great but does not stay running. Appears to be the electronic choke solenoid. We typically plug in to shore power when parked and have an inverter with additional coach battery installed for when driving and just haven't had the time to drop the generator out and fix it. Generator is fully wired into a breaker box which provides power to 110 volt outlets throughout the entire vehicle. Has a very nice custom stereo with a flip up screen that also plays DVDs. Another 22" lcd tv in the rear also has a built in DVD player. Top bunk pulls out to accommodate the full size sleeper and lower bench folds out for another full size sleeper. Both sleepers have brand new futon mattresses. Comfortably sleeps 4 adults. We recently had the vehicle gone through from front to back for preventive maintenance. Over $4000 in recent documented maintenance all within the last 1000 miles. All 6 new tires, new breaks front and rear, exhaust, radiator, all hoses, complete tune up, battery, front end completely gone through and reconditioned, air conditioning gone through and recharged with no leaks detected, etc. Air conditioning blew ice cold for three months and began to fade so there must be a minor leak. However, all ac components are functional. Only thing that may need attention at some point is a passenger side leaky exhaust gasket. Not bad, but slightly louder than the other. Living area also has additional air conditioner. Living area is fully insulated and both heats and cools very easily. The previous owner was told the motor and transmission had been replaced but was never provided documentation. This vehicle runs, drives, and shifts like new. Has a shift kit so shifting is firm. Drives perfect up to 70 mph then develops a vibration. We have not had this addressed because we feel 70 is plenty fast for this vehicle anyways. Not sure what it could be because the drivetrain has been gone through, front end is all new, it's been aligned, etc. Does not leak or burn any fluids. Motor does not use one drop of oil. Vehicle spent much of its time in southern states and was never driven in salt when in northen states. No rust. Underside is very clean. This is a very fun vehicle and I would not hesitate one bit to get in it and drive across the country with my family today. Only reason we are selling is because we came across a good deal on a full size SUV and would like to go with a pull behind type toyhauler. It would just be a little more useful set up for us at this point. I could possibly delivery this vehicle to the airport nearest you depending on my schedule and distance with a negotiated fee to consist of my flight home and small fee for my time. Someone spent a lot of time customizing this vehicle and did a very nice job. I'm sure I'm forgetting some details so feel free to ask questions.Thank you!