It has a towing package with trailer brakes so you can haul anything to the job sight that your super duty truck could pull. This van is strong and extremely reliable. The rear has a single fold down bench seat and heavy duty rubber bed liner in the cargo area. Did I mention its the best camping rig I've owned? The rear bumper is dented. On our last trip we hauled 1900lb's of gear to St. There is typical rust around the fender area.
The interior is no frills basic, simple, and reliable. I also pull a 6x12 trailer full of musical instruments to and from church conferences and conventions. Car details Please feel free to call with any questions. It has a dent under both headlights and on the front quarter panel. The exterior is in fair condition.
. Large sliding side door for easy loading and unloading. Great running strong Powerstroke diesel extended cargo van with full glass. The build was well thought out with parts availability in mind. Automatic transmission shifts smoothly and direct. I use it to haul materials to my rental property when repairs are needed.
New carpet was installed last year. This van has been multifunctional for me. Quigley and other conversion companies use custom made parts that are expensive and inconvenient to obtain when they need to be replaced. The hood is missing an emblem but a bug guard would cover it. Tires are decent but will need to be replaced in the next year depending on your driving habits. So to answer your first question, no this is not a quigley, sportsmobile, Salem-Kroger etc.
It will also fit two dirt bikes in the cargo area while still comfortably hauling 4 passengers. I built this van with all factory ford parts and readily available aftermarket components with ease of maintenance in mind. I hate to see it go and may end up regretting it but I purchased a Ford Excursion last week with the same diesel engine and am hoping it can be just as versatile. Drives good but pulls slightly to the left. Call or text with any questions or to drive it. . .
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