02 E350LB hightop Quiqley 4x4, V10 low milage.$43K

Udot

New member
Ready to go anywhere just turn the key and go…

Selling due to a new opportunity that will keep me from using as I would like.

I am the third owner, Purchased from the second owner who had purchased from the widow of the original owner, who ordered from Ford factory, they shipped it to Quigley for 4 x 4 conversion and high top installation with sliding windows and screens.

37k miles when I purchased it, 54k now.

Overall van is in very good condition… Engine is strong, 4 x 4 system works flawlessly, new (2022) serpentine belt, spark plugs, fuel pump, and ECU unit all done by Ford dealer. Paint is Shiny and bright… if you look hard you can find a couple of paint chips very small. There’s a couple of light scratches maybe 1 to 3 inches long on the back doors behind the swing-out tire and storage box...

Original owner basically had it set up with shelving, drawers and workbench for demonstrating his fly tying...(he invented a mechanism that made flies look like they were actively swimming as you retrieved it) His company was called Brinefly.

Second owner tore the insides out and built it the way he would be using it...

  • Insulated the floor, plywood over that, then vinyl plank flooring.
  • Built L-shaped couch/beds with six drawers under. The driver side of L is 28 1/2 inches by 81 inches. Rear section is 32x67 inches ( I am 6' 1" foot 190 pounds,plenty of room for me on the longer section… My partner is 5 foot 3 and she leeps in the shorter section).
  • Custom-made cushions/mattresses for the L-shaped couch/beds and insulated snap-on/Velcroed coverings for windows.(super useful) All fabric is Sunbrella outdoor marine grade.

Bulkhead approximately 18 inches in from rear doors,with window opening and removable screen,you are able to see out the back while you are driving also open back doors for a nice breeze With no bugs when parked. The 18 inches behind the bulkhead provide lots of storage. (The “garage”) This is also where you access the under couch/bed storage through large hinged door. Built kitchen area on passenger side with small stainless sink two doors under where 12v water system is contained, 4 drawers to the right of that.

asking 43,000 obo. Feel like that is a fair market price. Open to input

  • Agile Offroad RIP kit.
  • Keyline 140 amp dual amp battery smart isolator (charges House batteries any time engine is running).
  • Two battery monitoring systems for House batteries (amps volts etc.).
  • New starting battery.
  • Maxair 05100k 10 speed ventilation fan.
  • Cooper discoverer AT3 295/75/16 including spare.
  • Progressive Dynamics “Mighty Mini” AC/DC 60 Amp Converter/Charger
  • With built in charge wizard. (When plugged into shore power or generator charges house batteries)
  • 2 Trojan T105s 6Volt batteries connected in series (House batteries) parked for 5 days never ran out of power.
  • Entire 12 V system to House professionally re-wired by certified RV/ Marine electrician
  • Furring 30amp Shore power inlet
  • Dometic CFX 35 12v/120v Refrigerator/Freezer. On full extension slides, under couch/bed immediately behind driver seat… Can be reached,pulled out and accessed from outside of the van so no having to climb in the van to get a cold one! ( this is hands-down the best fridge/freezer I’ve ever owned very impressive… And barely uses any energy.)
  • Additional interior lighting installed including two swivel reading lamps and two overhead lights.All independently controlled,all lights are on dimmers and are LED
  • Onboard 12v water system,5 gallon fresh 5 gallon waste.(additional water stored in back “garage”which is used for outdoor shower or can be moved to the inside freshwater system as needed, two 7 gallon water jugs in “garage”)
  • 2 12v five-speed personal fans (These are portable and clip-on, we have these mounted over the head of our bunks and are quite effective)
  • lockable storage box on back bumper.
  • Ramsey 12,000 pound winch with remote…(I have never actually used this other than pulling it out approximately 6 to 8 feet and then retracting it in)
  • Extreme air 12v high output onboard compressor (Love this unit… Used multiple times).
  • Mickey Thompson wheels
  • Banks cat back exhaust.
  • Banks air filtration.
  • Banks shift kit
  • Back up camera
  • Two rear 12v flood lights
  • PIAA driving lights
  • PIAA fog lights.
  • Rear airbags.
  • Road armor bumpers front and rear (with swing-out spare tire holder).
  • Black Bushwacker fender flares
  • 46 gallon Transfer Flow fuel tank
  • little buddy propane portable heater. ( never actually used in my Winter adventures).
 

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Sleam

Explorer
Lovely rig. I wish I could get financing for something like this. It's a dream vehicle for me. Good luck.
 

RideOn

New member
Hello, I'm very interested but have a couple questions. Are the walls insulated? I assume they are, but I have to ask. I live in Northen Michigan and will be using it in the U.P., in addition to other cold climates. Also, will the roof extension support the weight of a rack and rooftop tent? And does it have a 2" receiver on the front of the truck. And lastly, as expected, I suppose, how low can you go? The closer to 40k the better as far as my finances go. I have the cash available and could come pick it up by the end of the month, but there are some very nice Toyotas that just came up for sale for less that probably get better mileage. But I'm a lot closer to Vermont than Cali or Hawaii.
 

Udot

New member
Walls are insulated. I also have insulated window covers as well which helps a ton in both hot and cold weather. I'm unsure of the weight carry capacity of the roof. It does have 2" receivers front and back. I"m open to serious offers.
 

Udot

New member
A "bed" is always set up, it is the blue/green bench in photos.

Built L-shaped couch/beds with six drawers under. The driver side of L is 28 1/2 inches by 81 inches. Rear section is 32x67 inches ( I am 6' 1" foot 190 pounds, plenty of room for me on the longer section… My partner is 5 foot 3 and she leeps in the shorter section).
 

Udot

New member
well, it would really depend on your you and your partner size, the width would be similar to a two-person tent. Using both sections of the "L "with your body positioned at an angle you can do it, but it's definitely not a normal mattress arrangement.
 

al415

Observer
Interior arrangement wouldn’t work for me but I think this van looks like a good value: Considering there are unmodified passenger vans, with nothing more than a quigley conversion, being listed for $45k all over Craigslist and eBay. This looks like a low mileage V10 with sorted suspension and a high roof: Seems just a few interior tweaks away from being a great setup for someone. GLWS
 

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