1987 E350 cutaway, fire rescue, ambulance, work truck, utility, dually

Price: US $5,000.00 Item location: Mohnton, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: E-Series Van
  • Year: 1987
  • Mileage: 134,329
  • VIN: 1FDKE30L1HHB16256
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 7.5 460
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1987 Ford E-Series Van

. Great work truck truck with lots of character!Very hard to find RUST FREE E350 dually cutaway van with aluminum utility box body that was originally built by SWAB Wagon Company in Pennsylvania as a fire rescue vehicle. The entire rear box of the van is all aluminum. All the tool boxes are accessible from the outside, and are diamond plated with adjustable shelving. The inside of the box has some shelving with glass doors, and an open shelf on each side. The inside measures 11 feet long by 91" wide above the shelves and 47" from the floor to the shelves, and 66" high inside the box. The bottom is mostly covered in diamond plate over top of 3/4" solid floor. To separate the back from the front cab is a custom made fully welded steel frame door with steel wire panels and a reach thru hole to open from inside the cab. All the outside lights work off of the original switch box, no sirens. A generator can be installed, its wired and ready for one as well. Vinyl lettering can be removed with heat gun... New inspection, does not need emissions if kept at the weight class its at now, 10500 lbs. I used this truck for a remodeling business and decided to learn a new trade and do not need the truck anymore. Hate to see it go, but should go to someone who needs it more.Keep in mind this is a carbureted motor, there is a certain way it likes to be started in colder weather, a block warmer can be bought for 25 bucks at Jegs... And no, tools in boxes are not included! here is a list of all new parts I installed since i took ownership:
2- batteries 6- 60,000 mile Pro Comp sport tires with less then 1000 miles on them 650 holley carb oil pressure sensor heater core ford motor sport spark plug wires the expensive ones! new mufflers back exhaust, non catalyst vehicle trans filter, fluid and pan gasket ignition solenoids ignition module ignition switch keyed ignition cylinder all new belts fuel filter fuel pump led headlights front doors and window seals heavy duty front shocks sway bar bushings auto gauge water temp gauge auto gauge battery voltage gaugeprobably a few more things that were forgotten about... the only bad 2 things i found recently are not too bad at all. They are: small oil leak, looks like the oil pan gasket steering gear box leak power steering fluid, as far as i can see, this is a very simple swap, looks like 4 bolts that are easily reached.I even have a spare motor that is complete minus the carb for another 300, its what i paid for it... its from a motor home with around 160,000 miles on it.