2000 Ford E350 Traumahawk, bought to use as a mobile tattoo studio, but my physical studio is always to busy and I don't have time for the mobile studio. Runs and drives well, ac is cold, no rust or dents, all lights and electrical work. interior is great.
Would be great to use for:
- Mobile Tattoo Studio
- Mobile Welding Van
- Mobile Auto Repairs
and much more.
Feel free to call with any questions.
500.00 dep required immediately, balance payable upon pick up of auto, delivery available for a fee.
Willing to ship, buyer arranges shipping.
Thanks for looking
17 Rockingham St
Bellows Falls, VT 05101
Ford E-Series Van for Sale
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Thu, 26 Jun 2014 08:44:00 EST
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Tue, 26 Aug 2014 16:16:00 EST
According to Automotive News, a spy shooter in Colorado spotted a prototype for the next-gen F-350 testing. He happened to have a magnet on hand and got close enough to check the truck out. When he held it up to the metal in the bed, it didn't stick, which signaled to him a switch from steel to aluminum.
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