The E-350 is a favorite for overland builds with recent expedition-ready examples, including this 2001 UJOR 4×4, 2011 Quigley 4×4, and 2003 Quadvan 4×4. These rigs are sought after for their long-lived motors and drivetrains, comfortable cab, generous interior space versus modest external dimensions, and excellent aftermarket support. Crucially, the Ford enjoys access to readily available 4WD conversions from the likes of Quigley 4×4, Quadvan, Salem Kroger, Agile Offroad, Advanced 4WD systems, and, indeed, Sportsmobile. Subsequently, this 2WD commercial workhorse can be seamlessly transformed into a go-anywhere rolling home. Hence, there’s no shortage of epic camper builds with offerings from the Drivingline, From My View, and Michaelrossssss. If you’d like a better idea of the E-350’s backcountry performance, check out the adventures of Monster Ford and Revere Overland. Today’s 2006 offering has covered just 118,700 miles and features premium modifications, a well-equipped camper interior, and a desirable Sportsmobile 4WD conversion.
From the Seller:
“It gets 15 MPG which is pretty good for a 10,000-pound rig. I can completely slide my 13.5-foot kayak inside and shut the back door. This is very convenient for when I want to go down to the marina for a quick paddle. There is less packing and unpacking because all my essential camping gear lives in the van full-time. I just need to throw in some food when I want to go on a quick trip to the desert or mountains. It has great ground clearance and is very capable off-road. I can go almost anywhere my friends in their Tacomas go, provided it will fit.”
2004 Ford E-350 Sportsmobile
The E-350 is fitted with a 6.0-liter Power Stroke turbo-diesel engine that delivers 235 horsepower and 440 pound-feet of torque. A long-lived motor is matched with impressive capability thanks to a 4WD conversion from Sportsmobile. This uprates the Ford with 4WD, a front Dynatrac Prorock 60 front differential with TrueTrac, locking rear differential, 2-speed transfer case, manual locking hubs, and more. Inside, these rugged credentials are balanced with a well-equipped interior with driver comforts that include:
- Captain seats
- Power steering, locks, and windows
- Cruise control
- Lifeline 255-amp-hour house battery with three 100-watt solar panels
- Diesel furnace and water heater
- Aluminess roof rack
- Fiamma F45 awning
- Aluminess front and rear bumper with tire carrier
- Warn winch
- BFGoodrich all-terrain tires
This 2004 Ford E-350 Sportsmobile EB50 with a Penthouse pop top is listed for $79,500 OBO and is currently located in Huntington Beach, California. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.
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