I have owned this van since 2013 and have enjoyed the combo of access provided by the 4x4 as well as the luxury camping provided by the Sportsmobile conversion. My girlfriend and I have been living in the van full time for the past year travelling across the country and exploring the outdoors, but the time has come for us to get back to regular life. We have decided to sell the van to someone else who will continue to take it out for adventures. I had the steering/suspension professionally inspected as well as went over all the systems in the coach to ensure it is ready to roll. Over $2200 in maintenance/repairs were completed in the last month, and it is ready to hit the road with a new owner!! Motivated seller! Asking $40,000 OBO.
White 2001 Ford E250 Extended Cargo Van; Seats 5 with seatbelts
· 5.4L V8 engine with 166xxx miles
· 4x4 Conversion done by Agile Off Road 08/2013 (Push button electric switch between Hi and Low range, locking Warn hubs, limited slip rear differential, Fox 2.0 front/rear shocks, etc.)
· Regular maintenance performed @ 5,000 mile intervals since I owned it. Radiator replaced @ 136,232 miles; transmission fluid exchanged @141,898 miles; 4 new LT285/75R16 Nitto Terra Grappler tires installed @152,639 miles; new rear brake rotors, calipers, pads @165,612 miles; new ball joints, repacked wheel bearings, replaced a defective shock, and alignment done @166,200 miles
· Viper alarm system with keyless entry
· Kenwood touchscreen HD stereo receiver with Bluetooth/Apple Carplay/Android Auto/Sirius XM/Spotify/Pandora/front and rear camera capability
· Rear camera installed for added visibility
· Power windows/mirrors/door locks
· Cruise control
· Heat and AC work well
· Locking gas cap
· Rear Class IV hitch receiver with brake controller
· Full size matching spare mounted on Aluminess driver’s side rear swing arm carrier
· Thule tracks/towers/crossbars on roof (Yakima cargo box negotiable)
The Sportsmobile Class B RV Conversion:
I don’t have the original Sportsmobile invoice, but based on the age of everything, I expect it was done when the van was new or a few years old. The floor plan is a modified EB41 without the bathroom. We wanted as much storage space as possible for our long trip and planned to spend most of our time away from hook-ups and dump stations, so we made some additional modifications. We removed the water system to allow us to use jugs and a Helio pressure shower as our faucet, so there is currently no fresh water system on-board. We also removed the on-board propane stove and used a Coleman two burner stove instead to have flexibility to cook outside. Solar system was added to allow us to charge the battery while parked, but the generator is still there if needed. Here are the features of the build:
Living/Sleeping; Sleeps 4 total
· Swivel driver and passenger leather manual adjusting front seats.
· Manual Penthouse top with full-size bed platform sleeps 2. Five large windows with zippers and bug mesh/privacy shades. Roof hardware re-sealed/waterproofed and U tube bolts replaced 03/13/2018.
· Gaucho seats 3 with seatbelts and folds out to a full-size bed for 2. Two thirds of space under gaucho is open for storage
· Slide-out pantry
· 2 large cabinets in the rear, 2 smaller cabinets under the counter, 1 smaller cabinet next to the gaucho, 1 small cabinet in rear
· 3 drawers under the counter; Flip-up counter top extension
· Small storage shelf above sink
· Open storage space (46” wide x 24” deep x 48” tall or 31cf) in rear of van
· Fiamma F45 manual awning on passenger side
· 4CF Norcold Refrigerator with small freezer compartment (12v/110v)
· Sink that drains into gray water tank
· Rear Starcool AC
· Rear Suburban Propane Furnace (thermostat replaced 9/14/18)
· 5.5 Gallon propane tank mounted underneath vehicle (main propane line replaced 9/14/18)
· External Quick Disconnect low pressure propane fitting to run a grill or stove
· Gray water tank mounted under vehicle (unsure of size, maybe 15-20Gal)
· Samlex 150W monocrystalline roof mounted solar panel with 30Amp solar charge controller (installed on 8/31/17)
· Two 90AH (180AH total) Lead-Acid Deep Cycle Batteries mounted in compartments under the rear of the van (installed 7/25/17). These charge via solar, alternator, generator, or shore power.
· Onan Microlite 2.8kw gas powered generator mounted underneath van with 212 hours; runs off of vehicle fuel tank; new carburetor installed, air filter and oil changed 7/25/17; new exhaust pipe installed 10/3/18
· Two 12v interior outlets
· One exterior 110v outlets; 5 interior 110v outlets
· Shore Power Connection with 30Amp power convertor/charger
· Three interior florescent area lights
· Three interior directional LED spot lights
· Smoke detector
· Fire extinguisher
· Carbon monoxide detector
· LP gas detector
· 2 Seat covers for the front seats
· Fitted reflectix inserts for all windows
· 2.5 ton bottle jack
· Long-handled 1/2” drive socket wrench with proper socket to remove lug nuts
· Shore power cable with adapter for regular wall outlets
· Aside from normal paint scratches, there is a small dent in the driver’s rear panel and scrapes on passenger side rear panel. These were from minor low speed backing mishaps.
· Power door lock switches not functioning; must use key fob or manually lock. Rear door is manual locking only.
· Two tears in pop top canvas; patched and no leaks.
· Florescent light over sink is missing cover.
I have a clean title in hand. I will only accept cash or cashier's check from a local bank. I can't finance or accept payments. Vehicle is sold As Is. Buyer should arrange for their own inspection prior to sale. Please reply to this add with any questions.