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Quigley 4x4 Diesel Ford Ambulance Econoline E-350 Sportsmobile Camper Van on 2040-cars

US $12,500.00
Year:1994 Mileage:101000
Location:

Rosamond, California, United States

Rosamond, California, United States

 

1994 e-350 ford econoline ambualnce, Quigley factory 4x4 ,automatic, manual front hubs to engage 4x4,  7.3 IDI diesel, odometer: 101,000, Weighs 9800Lbs.
power windows, power steering, power locks on every door, rear AC/HEAT, powered fan rear air exhaust system to pull air out of the rear cabin, two 110V wall outlets, WALK THROUGH SLIDING MAN-DOOR.
Would be a great platform for an expedition vehicle , sportsmobile or camper conversion. I had towed a CHEVY GEO Tracker 4x4 behind it and you did not even know it was there.

101,000 miles original, I bought it 4 years ago with 71,000 miles. Have driven it from Pittsburgh to LA(2500 miles) and another trip to Indiana and back to LA(4500 miles roundtrip).

Adjustable air bags on rear axle.
"E" rated commercial Goodyear Wrangler tires- 265/75-16 with 50% tread left. Full size spare underneath.
2 new Blue top Optima batteries.
Can hold multiple 4x8 sheets of plywood in the rear.
64" stand up height in rear cabin.
New Alternator and Optima Blue top batteries in August.
New carpet and Dynamat sound proofing metal/rubber product installed in cab in 2010.
Radiator , hoses and thermostat is 3 years old
New side mirrors and headlights this year, fresh looking!.
K&N air filter
Custom off-road bumper with 17,000 pound winch and 4 fog lights(foglights are not hooked up but wires have been ran)($3000 new 3 years ago).
painted all the red flashing lights orange to comply with CHP.  All lights work and flash/rotate.
DVD flip out 7" player/AM/FM/AUX IN with automatic back up camera when you put it into REVERSE, plays DVDs while you drive.
CB/Weather radio with dual antennas
Scanner
Smoke detector
CO2 detector
Two 9V battery operated lights in back for sleeping, mounted on ceiling.
Sirens are gone but I installed a novelty siren with noises like frogs, lazers and dogs.
All windows tinted dark.
All rear windows have a silver mylar insulation panel velcroed inside each window for privacy and heat reflection.
Fold down bed (4' x 7') with memory foam mattress.
Rear is still like an ambulance. Lots of storage under the bench seat and in cabinets with plexiglass doors. One cabinet does have a broken piece of plexiglass, easy fix.
19" TV and Play Station 2 mounted above rear doors.
DANA 60 & 70 was told
new shocks and air bags 4 years ago.
Class 3 hitch with wiring
extra brake lights installed.
new muffler and tip 3 years ago
replaced rear fenders that were rusting badly with custom made aluminum diamond plate fenders and mudflaps with stainless steel hardware.
Paint and "AMBULANCE" decals are in great shape.  Looks great from 10 feet away and you would not guess it is 20 years old, more like 5.
New FORD hubcaps and an extra.
Locking GAS cap.
2 sets of keys.

7.3 IDI Diesel has a great reputation of going forever. I have run it unloaded, and also totally full of furniture while pulling a 21 foot trailer and it always gets the same 10-11 MPG.  Will cruise at 80 on flat land.  Driving it cross country on the highway is like a boat on a calm lake!

I registered it as an RV in California and it is only $84 per year for tags!!!!!!!! As a commercial vehicle it was almost $500.  NO SMOG-1998 and older diesels do not require SMOG check.

Located in Rosamond, CA 75 minutes from Burbank.  If you want to fly into LAX or Burbank airport to drive it home I will pick you up at the airport.

Pay my BUY IT NOW price and I'll throw in:
 windshield mounted GARMIN GPS already installed,
 40 gallon new FORD diesel fuel tank I was going to mount in place of the spare tire for a 2nd tank,
 400Watt small Microwave that just needs the door handle glued into place(hard to find a microwave less than 700Watts).
 Powered cooler that plugs into the lighter that can hold about 12+ cans.
 Battery Tender brand trickle charger that automatically keeps batteries charged that is hard wired already.
 Set of sheets for the bed.
 Oil and filter for your next oil change.

I never thought I would sell it, I spared no expense on maintenance keeping it up until this Fall.  My idea was to add a few things to it to make it more of an expedition vehicle:
crank out awning.
2nd gas tank to go further between fill ups or make it a WVO tank and convert it to run both.
15 gallon water tank with 12V pump for out door showers.
mount spare on rear door with bike rack.
Put a generator box on the back door.
install Solar panels on roof and add 3 house batteries to run electric.
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THE BAD:
AC does not blow cold, probably a leak.  I had it repaired 3.5 years ago and it worked great until this August.  Did not get an estimate.
Power steering pump whines a little when you turn the wheel too fast.
Oil pan is probably leaking as it appears wet on pan and in the area.  It does not drip oil much, maybe one drop each time I park it.  It does not burn or use any noticeable amount of oil.
I will remove magnets and easy to remove vinyl decals but it is your responsibility to remove all of the remaining decals within 60 days.
Cruise control buttons are on steering wheel but does not work.  I think they unhook that for Ambulance driving safety, I just never figured out where it was disconnected.
A few rust spots that I sanded and touched up.  One large rust hole about the size of a silver dollar under drivers door, sanded and painted but not really repaired yet.
Ambulance does not have the inverter to run 110V wall outlets, they must have taken it out just before I bought from the ambulance company.  It still has 2 wires with connectors ran to the storage closet so maybe it's a simple install.



I require a $500 PAYPAL DEPOSIT within 24 hours of auction end.
If picking up in person, only cash is acceptable.  I have a clear title in hand.  Must pick up by December 22nd.
Will ship but you must pay for and make all arrangements.Balance must be paid by bank to bank wire transfer within 5 business days, and must ship it within 15 days.
 
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