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1993 Ford e350 extend van front 7.3l v8 diesel Medtec body r/v ambulance

  • Location: Oswego, New York, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: E-Series Van
  • Type: Ambulance
  • Year: 1993
  • Mileage: 98447
  • VIN: 1FDKE30MXPHB03593
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 7.3l v8 non-turbo diesel
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Power Windows
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clean

1993 Ford E-Series Van Description

1993 Ford e350 extend van frontend chassis, Medtec ambulance body, 98,447 miles, clean title

Winner will need to ->bring a trailer<- to haul it away .. it is ~13,000 pounds .. this a bunch of small projects .. this is not a fly in and drive home! it is NOT road worthy without TLC.

This is MUCH more than a simple van .. this a heavy duty big unit and it has a cabinet space for everything ... lots of nice spaces


Sold as/is no warranty, cannot be take-off property till verified paid in full

7.3l v8 non-turbo diesel, automatic transmission

(6) Kumho road venture at lt 225/75/r16 tires load range e 10 ply

Second owner since it has been decommissioned, has been legal driven since 2010

Known not working bits... driver door latch locks and latches closed but handles does not work, brakes, driver side front spring broken, front bumper off, e-brake, rear exhaust fan, a/c in ambulance body, improper hitch wiring, passenger rear side load air bag, basic horn (siren works and has a mode like a horn) & some rust and paint flacking off… maybe more.

Starts, runs, drives around on property, but not road worthy. Has only been used on property for the last few years to pull/push trailer around. Moved every time lawn was mowed.

Hour meter is battery power, but when the master switch is off (on drivers seat) it gets turned off too, thus the zero count.

Front and rear hitches, rear area bench seat has extender to make wider for sleeping on. All compartment open. Used as RV/camper to trailer car to racetrack. Has great cabinetries. Does not leak.

Normal stuff: Dual batteries, charger, "shore" power when plugged in, outlets, inverter, air pump and suction, block heater, air tank holder and regulations, adjustable air ride with monitor, can seat 7, has a gap behind the front seats - they are not up against the ambulance body, loads of interior and exterior compartments. Passenger side front compartment opens in both inside and out.


Apron request to verify it works...it is ~32f here (Mondaymid-day), the block heater is not on, on the second cycle of the glow plugs it started. I let it sit idle for a few minutes then disconnected the shore power (this keeps the batteries charged). I drove it up the driveway, put it in reverse and back it down to it winter parking spot. it runs.


Compartments and storage spaces

-The backend box:

Outside: 13 feet long, 8 feet wide

Inside: center aisle 45” wide and 66” tall

Rear door: 2 doors, 45” wide 55”tall

Between box and van front: 1 pocket door, 17” wide and 50” tall

Passenger side door: 1 door, 32”wide and 64” tall

-Outside driver side front to rear:

Air tank: one door, 18” deep,24” wide and 76” tall

Aux:two doors, 1 shelf, 18” deep, 39” wide and 27” tall

fence box over air pump, “air tank”, suction pump and inverter

Drawer:1 flip down cover, inside measurements 16” deep, 27” wide and 5” tall

Spare:2 doors, 18” deep, 36” wide and 37” tall

-Outside passenger side front to rear:

Combined inside/outside compartment outside reference for measurements 18” deep, 20”wide

Outside1 door with 1 inner door for heated compartment, cannot access top shelf

Inside2 doorways both 2 door units, cannot access bottom of compartment from inside

Top:2 shelves, 30” tall (only 24” access from outside)

Middle: heated, 20” tall

Bottom:8” tall

Behind tire: 1 door, 15” deep, 18” wide and 24” tall

Back corner: 1 door, 20” deep, 18” wide and 79” tall

-Inside driver side front to rear:

Behind the single seat is the electric compartment this backs up to the air tank compartment

First station

Top: (2) (1)shelf 18” deep, 20” wide and 12” tall

Desk: with pullout writing tab, 15” deep and 40” wide

Access panel to air tank compartment on wall

Gauges and switches on back wall and below top

Bottom: (2) 18”deep (front not as deep angle backside), 20” wide and 8” tall

Seat: can have seatback folded down and this top is the same height as desktops and26” wide

Overhead:(2) flip up doors, 6” deep, 12” wide and 9” tall

Rear area:

Top:(2) 18” deep, 21” wide and 12” tall

Middle:2 shelves, 18” deep, 25” wide and 24” tall

Desk:17” deep and 24” wide

Below desk compartment: flip down door, 18” deep, 14” wide and 9” tall

-Inside passenger side front to rear

Storage area detailed in outside passenger side

Side door area

Bench seat: 23” normal, 34” extend deep (flips up and has legs) and 72” wide

Under seat storage: seat flips up, 21” deep, 50” wide and 10” tall

Over seat storage: (2) 8” deep, 31” wide and 9” tall

-Over doorway between box and van front end: 14” deep,34” wide and 11” tall