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Extended cargo van/campervan for sale with low miles + lots of free camping gear

  • Location: Tombstone, Arizona, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: E-350 Super Duty
  • Type: Cutaway Van
  • Trim: E350 SUPER DUTY VAN
  • Year: 1994
  • Mileage: 150483
  • VIN: 1FTJS34H2RHA82022
  • Engine size: 5.8L Gas V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clean

1994 Ford E-350 Super Duty E350 SUPER DUTY VAN Description

I'm moving out of the country and need to sell my sweet cargo/camper van. I believe I'm the second owner and have only had the van for about six months. The other owner used the van at his music equipment company and kept records of all maintenance, which I still have. I've also put nearly $2000 into it -- new fuel filter and fuel pump and lots of work on the brakes, including a new master cylinder.
Whoever wins the auction will also get a few items that I will not be bothering to get rid of: Goal Zero 1250 solar generator, two 100 watt Renogy solar panels, a plastic bin full of tools, two folding tables, two chairs, camp stove, awesome Japanese futon mattress and all bedding + sleeping bag, and a bunch of camping supplies (10x10 shelter house, six 5 gallon jugs and dispenser, Yeti-style insulated cooler, etc.)
The bed frame was built to fit several plastic tote bins underneath and you'll get those also. This van is so long that you have another five feet of room between the bed frame and the front seats. I actually have used this space as an office while camping.
The last mechanic who fixed my brakes told me the van was really strong, but he did mention that it needed a tune up ... something about a spark plug or two misfiring. There aren't many negatives but I'll list those below.
- The passenger side mirror needs new glass- The right front wheel rubs against the plastic wheel guard on sharp right turns- The body has many small dings and scratches- It needs a thorough cleaning, after two months of desert camping- One of the two back doors won't open ... a new problem
For someone, this will be a steal, considering how much I paid ($3900), the $2000 I put in, and the couple grand (at least) worth of extras. The generator alone was $1000. I'd love it if a fellow van-lifer won the auction, but that's out of my hands now.
Happy bidding! Reach out with any questions.
P.S. I can meet the new owner in Tucson, Phoenix, or Las Vegas. Any place I can easily get a one-way car rental to LAX. Anyone who wants to see the van, I'm currently in SE Arizona around Tombstone.