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2004 Ford F-350 Cummins Diesel w/ Bison Overland Flatbed camper :: Featured Classified

F-350 Cummins

It’s hard to know where to start with this epic rig, which wouldn’t look out of place beside the Batmobile. This vehicle should serve as a warning that whatever you tell yourself or others, the build will never be finished, and left unchecked, the avid overlander will spend an eye-watering fortune on their pride and joy. Cue today’s monster 2004 Ford F-350 (223,000 miles) which showcases a desirable Cummins diesel conversion (40,000 miles on engine and 25,000 miles on drivetrain), extensive premium aftermarket parts, a custom flatbed, and a Bison Overland camper. The seller discloses that he has over $150,000 invested (with receipts available) and it’s not hard to see why. This premium offering is advertised at $105,000, which is no small sum but a fraction of what it would cost to replicate or buy off the shelf. I recommend reading through the original listing where the seller shares his vision for the build and details the various parts and accessories utilized. If you’d like to learn why trucks like the F-350 are optimal for travel then read Full-Size Revolution or listen to Why Full-Size Trucks Should Be Seriously Considered for Overlanding on the Overland Journal podcast.

F-350 Cummins overland build

Bison overland camper storage

Bison camper

Bison overland camper

From the Seller:

It’s loud, it’s fast, it’s high, it’s manual, and it will not pass any smog inspection, so California need not apply. Although it does run very clean on biodiesel. It will run forever if properly maintained and parts are available almost everywhere. The focus of the build is around mountain biking off the grid. Designed to be as reliable as possible and rip fire roads comfortably and fast. I am willing to add to the camper at your cost if it’s missing something you want or need. It is impossible to list every detail of this rig, so forgive me if there is anything I missed.”

F-350 cab interior

Bison overland camper

F-350 flatbed

F-350 flatbed storage

F-350 flatbed storage

F-350 cab interior

2004 Ford F-350 Cummins Diesel

In stock form, the 5.9-liter 12-valve Cummins diesel produces up to 215 horsepower and 440 pound-feet of torque (today’s example has been uprated for better all-around performance, see original listing for full details). An exceptionally long-lived, reliable, and tuneable motor is matched with impressive capability thanks to 4WD, high and low range, uprated and lifted suspension, armor, a winch, manual locking Warn front hubs, and 4.10 gearing with rear limited-slip differential. Inside, these backcountry attributes are balanced with a well-equipped interior courtesy of the Lariat Package with driver comforts that include:

  • Powered and heated cream leather seats with Cover King seat covers
  • Air-conditioning
  • Power steering, windows, locks, and mirrors
  • Kenwood dash camera and backup camera with night vision
  • AMP full-length auto steps
  • Premium Kenwood Excelon Double DIN head unit with navigation and CarPlay, JL Speakers and subwoofer
  • weBoost signal booster with antenna
  • Center console with cupholders
  • Allstar idle control knob for cold weather and heavy winch operation
  • sPod Bantam control panel
  • Uniden CB radio
  • Parking sensors
  • LED projector headlights
  • Block heater

Expedition camper solar

F-350 cab

vehicle bike storage

F-350 overland build

Distinguishing Features

  • Bison Overland camper with Vice Customs interior and Tern Overland windows, door, and hatches, and marine-grade stainless hardware
  • Flatbed with underbed Protec boxes
  • ARB front bumper with ComeUp 16.5k synthetic winch and Factor 55 fairlead
  • Baja Designs, Rigid Industries, and KC Hilites lighting
  • Black Rhino rims and Toyo Open Country RT tires
  • Expion 360 amp-hour lithium battery, 700 watts of solar with Victron charge controller, Xantrex 2,000-watt inverter with multiple interior/exterior 110-volt outlets, Victron smart shunt battery monitoring, and various USB, 110-, and 120-volt outlets
  • Icon 3.0 rear adjustable shocks with Alcan leaf packs and Firestone airbags, Fox stabilizer, Spicer rebuildable/regreasable HD ball joints, Outlaw Fab rear traction bars, and full traction front coilover conversion with custom-valved King 2.5 shocks
  • ARB compressor
  • Freshwater (30 gallons), 12-volt water heater
  • Isotherm 130-liter drawer fridge/freezer
  • Thetford Porta Potti (unused)
  • Dometic awning, dual stove, and sink
  • Bushwacker fender flares
  • Dual Maxxair fans with remote control for cabover
  • Bullfinch interior shower between dinette (and outdoor shower)
  • Alum-line custom full-size spare tire box

F-350 shower room

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F-350 overland build

Bison overland camper

This 2004 Ford F-350 Cummins Diesel with a Bison Overland flatbed camper is listed for $105,000 and is currently located in Millington, New Jersey. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

Contact information:

Email: josephsilva1286@gmail.com

Instagram: @mtb_overtheland

Bison Overland Camper

F-350 cab storage

camper electrical system

F-350 Cummins diesel conversion

Ford F-350 overland suspension

F-350 flatbed battery storage

F-350 overland camper

F-350 overland camper

F-350 overland camper

Bison camper shower

Bison camper

Bison camper

Bison camper

F-350 overland build

Learn more about this Ford F-350

No money in the bank, but gas in the tank. Our resident Bikepacking Editor Jack Mac is an exploration photographer and writer living full-time in his 1986 Vanagon Syncro but spends most days at the garage pondering why he didn’t buy a Land Cruiser Troopy. If he’s not watching the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, he can be found mountaineering for Berghaus, sea kayaking for Prijon, or bikepacking for Surly Bikes. Jack most recently spent two years on various assignments in the Arctic Circle but is now back in the UK preparing for his upcoming expeditions—looking at Land Cruisers. Find him on his website, Instagram, or on Facebook under Bicycle Touring Apocalypse.