1991 Ford E-350 Clubwagon Quigley 4×4 :: Classifieds

Ford E-350 Quigley 4x4

The Ford E-350 4×4 is a favorite on our forum with recent adventure-ready builds including a 2004 high-top camper, a 2004 Sportsmobile, and a 2011 Quigley. These go-anywhere vans provide excellent capability, powerful and long-lived engines, and enjoy access to on-demand 4WD conversions and exceptional aftermarket support. In addition, they are a fantastic live-in vehicle with generous interior living space despite modest external dimensions. There’s no shortage of inspiring builds online including rigs from Driving Line, Josh Evans, and Michaelrossssss. If you’d like to see how this vehicle handles backcountry adventures then check out Revere Overland‘s trip in Kentucky. Today’s 1991 E-350 Quigley 4×4 has covered 156,500 miles and features the dependable 5.8-liter V8 motor, XL trim, and premium modifications.

A Ford E-350 4x4 camper rearFrom the Seller:

I love this thing but I’ve got an opportunity that needs funding. This van is the biggest, coolest van Ford ever made, and then Quigley took it and installed a 1356 transfer case and a solid front axle combined with a lift.”

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1991 Ford E-350 Clubwagon Quigley 4×4

The E-350 is fitted with a 5.8-liter V8 motor that produces 200 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. A dependable engine is matched with excellent capability thanks to a 4WD conversion from Quigley. This uprates the Ford with a heavy-duty 4WD system, high and low range, lifted suspension, manual locking front hubs, and more. Inside, the E-350 is well-equipped for its age and showcases the following driver comforts:

  • Air-conditioning
  • Cruise control
  • Power steering
  • Cupholders

A Ford E-350 van

Distinguishing Features

  • Method HD wheels with BFGoodrich KO2 tires
  • Rig’d tire carrier with spare
  • Gray Man Tactical MOLLE panel
  • Quigley 4×4 conversion

Ford Van

This 1991 Ford E-350 Clubwagon Quigley 4×4 is listed for $35,000 OBO and is currently located in Orange County, California. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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