2013 Ford E-350 Ujoint 4×4 (SOLD) :: Featured Classified

Ford E-350 U-joint 4x4

The Ford E-350 4×4 is a fantastic live-in option for travelling cross country and exploring backcountry trails. This go-anywhere van finds a sweet spot between driveability and comfort and provides generous interior living space within a modest external footprint. It’s a desirable vehicle for overlanding with various adventure-ready builds posted to our forum, including this $79,500 2004 Sportsmobile, a $98,000 2003 Quadvan, and a $86,000 2009 Timberline conversion. Today’s low-mileage (65,800 miles) 2013 Ford E-350 Ujoint 4×4 is therefore competitively priced at $65,000 OBO (half the price of a Sprinter 4×4 and more capable), especially when you consider this was previously the pride and joy of Ujoint 4×4 owner Chris Steuber. The company has “been creating 4×4 vans for over 16 years and continues to develop new products to make Ford 4WD conversions more affordable and accessible for the DIY 4×4 van enthusiast.”

Ford E-series 4x4 camper

Ford E-350 cab interior

It goes without saying that this particular example had no expense spared on the conversion (seller explains that $50,000 was spent on the work/upgrades alone) and was utilized as one of the company’s flagship models. In fact, you can enjoy an in-depth tour of the build on the Driving Line Youtube channel, which is aptly titled The Ultimate Ford E-350 4×4 Adventure Van from Ujoint Offroad. This van is truly stunning and would make the perfect base vehicle for a live-in expedition rig.

Ford E-350 rear storage

From the Seller:

This is the OG ‘Spec Van’ previously owned and built by Ujoint Offroad owner Chris to showcase everything the company has to offer. It’s an absolutely amazing rig and has been a pleasure to own. This is a full conversion of the best parts available. No wait, no stress—just fun. Full price offer will include a brand new GFC Superlite RTT!”

Spod control system

Ford E-350 instrument cluster

2013 Ford E-350 Ujoint 4×4

The E-350 is fitted with a 5.4-liter V8 motor that in stock form produces 255 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque (but this example has been uprated by 5 Star Tuning). A long-lived engine and drivetrain are matched with impressive capability thanks to 4WD, 4.88 gearing, high and low range, Dana 60 axles with OX rear locker and a Detroit TrueTrac limited-slip front differential, a 6-inch lift, manual locking hubs, and more. Inside these rugged credentials are balanced with a well-equipped interior that includes the following driver comforts:

  • Power steering, windows, locks, and mirrors
  • Air-conditioning
  • Premium JVC audio
  • Cup holders
  • sPod power distribution system
  • Captains seats

Ford E-350 U-joint 4x4 profile

U-joint 4x4 swing aways

Distinguishing Features

  • Ujoint Offroad 4WD conversion with 6-inch progressive leaf pack and Fox 2.0 shocks
  • Raceline wheels with Nitto Recon Grappler tires
  • Ujoint Offroad 4×4 front bumper with Warn winch and rear bumper with tire and storage swing-outs
  • Awning, 270 degrees
  • Roof rack with full flooring
  • Ujoint Offroad side steps, painted rockers and flares
  • Custom Air Down Gear Up rear drawer setup
  • Side-mounted ladder
  • Baja Designs lighting

Ford E-350 U-joint 4x4 OX locker

E-series 4x4 camper

This 2013 Ford E-350 Ujoint 4×4 is listed for $65,000 OBO and is currently located in Erie, Colorado. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

Ford E-350 Contact Information

Email: brett.schell@vasafitness.com

Tel: 720-384-6555

Ford E-350 underside

E-series awning

Ford E-350 slide-out storage

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