2006 Ford E-350 4×4 w/ Stahl Service Body and Pop Top :: Featured Classified

Ford E-350 overland

The E-350 is a firm favorite on our forum, so it takes a decidedly unique build to stand out from the crowd; cue today’s E-350 4×4 (136,000 miles) with a Stahl service body and Colorado Camper Van (CCV) pop-top. It’s a killer combination that seamlessly provides comfortable interior living space and generous internal storage while also offering numerous exterior utility cabinets. Life on the road can be unpredictable and a little chaotic, which means keeping your modest living space clean and organized is a daily battle. The ability to relocate bulky and non-essential/valuable parts, food, and gear to the exterior is very useful. It’s also an ideal configuration for camping in the warmer months, with some of the cabinets dropping down to create a convenient worktop or reach-through for meal prep (not to mention the kitchen galley is on sliders for seamless use inside or outside). The owner has utilized many of the storage lockers for locating various house systems such as electric, gas, and water, which makes access more convenient. However, unlike a 4WD/rooftop tent setup, if you’re experiencing inclement weather, then you can retreat inside where there’s ample living space, amenities, a fold-away dinette, two queen-size beds, an optional hammock chair, and an Espar D2 diesel heater. The attention to detail in this vehicle is exceptional and maximizes every inch of space (I highly recommend checking out the full video tour here). Finally, mechanically, this E-350 has wanted for nothing and showcases a plethora of high-quality aftermarket upgrades and a bullet-proofed 6.0-liter motor to ensure absolute confidence when venturing into the backcountry. The owner states they have invested approximately $150,000 (with receipts), yet this ground-up expedition build is yours today for $95,000 OBO.

From the Seller:

This one-of-a-kind build took over two years to complete by a compilation of some of the best conversion upfitters and aftermarket suppliers in the industry, including Agile Offroad, Aluminess, Ujoint, Colorado Camper Van, Adventure Bravely, Devil Mountain Diesel, Ruhne Racing, etc. The build thread can be viewed on the sportsmobileforum.com 6.0 Service Body thread, where it has garnered tens of thousands of views and follows. You can easily stand in this rig with or without the top deployed, making for a very comfortable and highly capable offroad vehicle designed for extensive overlanding and off-grid use. Every detail and component is securely fastened and designed for heavy off-road applications. There are many redundancies built into the vehicle to avoid any compromising backcountry situations, and with an ARB rear air locker, there are few places you can’t go. There’s an abundance of exterior storage, creating an open and spacious interior for two or three that can sleep four to five people. Every detail has been gone through; there is not a single bushing or gasket that hasn’t been replaced. This is not a home build. Everything was professionally designed and installed.”

Overland camper interior

Ford 4x4 camper

2006 Ford E-350 4×4

The E-350 is fitted with a 6.0-liter Power Stroke diesel that, in stock form, delivers 235 horsepower and 440 pound-feet of torque. However, today’s example has undergone extensive work to ensure bulletproof reliability and optimal performance (see original listing for full details). Range has also been drastically improved thanks to a custom 15-gallon auxiliary fuel tank. In addition to a dependable motor, the E-350 showcases impressive capability thanks to an Agile Offroad 4WD conversion that uprates the van with a heavy-duty 4WD system, 2-speed Reman transfer case, Fox Performance Series 2.0 shocks and steering stabilizer, Dana 60 axles, an ARB rear locker, manual locking front hubs, and more. Inside, the E-350 is well-equipped with driver comforts that include:

  • Captain seats
  • Air-conditioning
  • Cup holders
  • Power steering, windows, locks, and mirrors
  • Kenwood touchscreen infotainment system with GPS and Pioneer and JBL speakers
  • Backup camera and monitor
  • EDGE Insight engine and diagnostics monitor
  • Weathertech floor covers
  • Block heater
  • Cruise control
  • Sound insulated

Ford E-350 4x4 overland build

Ford E Series 4x4 suspension

Overland camper

Distinguishing Features

  • Method Grid wheels with Nitto Ridge Grappler tires
  • Espar D2 diesel heater
  • Ujoint front bumper and Aluminess Tiger Siberian rear bumper with inbuilt storage, swing-away tire mount, and deluxe-size gearbox
  • ARB twin air compressor
  • Rigid Industries D series lights, Baja Designs rear camp light, and Rough Country light bar
  • Freshwater (21 gallons) with backlit water level gauge
  • AGM deep cycle batteries (230-amp-hour total), Inergy Kodiak 90-amp-hour lithium battery, Renogy solar charger, battery monitor, 350-watts of solar, and more
  • Thule Aero Blade crossbars on camper and Square crossbars on cab
  • Bushwacker fender flares
  • Colorado Camper Van automatic actuator-driven pop-top with remote
  • Snow Master DZ 75-liter fridge with Tembo Tusk slider
  • Joolca hot water shower system
  • KickAss 12-volt oven and Dometic dual-burner stove, sink, and folding faucet
  • Maxxfan Deluxe adjustable speed bi-directional fan with remote
  • Wrappon electric toilet system

E-350 Stahl body

E-350 4x4 camper

Ford 4wd overland camper

This 2006 Ford E-350 4×4 with Stahl Service Body and CCV pop-top is listed for $95,000 OBO and is currently located in Phoenix, Arizona. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

Contact information:

Email: kristfrdb@gmail.com

Tel: 831-359-3514

Ford E-350 4x4

Ford E Series Stahl body interior

4x4 camper interior

Ford E-350 4x4 overland build

Overland rig electrical system

Ford E-350 kitchen

Vehicle hammock

Ford E Series Stahl body

E-350 storage

Expedition camper interior

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