2005 E-350 V10 Quigley 4x4, blank slate, sub-$8k

Chuckles!

Observer
Hi ExPo members,

I'm selling my 2005 Ford E-350 Quigley van. Decided to go a different direction and would love to see another ExPo member build it and enjoy it. Here are the details:

2005 Ford E-350
230k miles
6.8L V10 engine, stock
Quigley 4x4 system since new, have all paperwork
5-spd automatic trans
3.73 gears, limited slip rear
Manual locking front hubs
138" wheelbase
Front and rear trailer hitch receivers
Running boards
Power windows and locks, keyless entry needs fob
Rooftop A/C, unknown if working
LED light bar across top rear
Battery isolator
Upgraded stereo head unit
Laminate flooring in cargo area

I picked it up in Florida from the original owner. Clean Florida title. Mechanically solid, cosmetically fair. I'll try to get the rear license cover installed before sale.

Located in Pittsburgh PA. Asking $8000 obo.

Thanks for looking!


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jason77

Adventurer
What's the frame and running gear look like, as far as rust goes? I've got a van sitting with a bad 4.6 in it, and it would be perfect for a body swap.
 

Chuckles!

Observer
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Jason, that’s the best shot I could get of the undercarriage at the time. Rust is the surface kind from being in Florida ocean breeze, not the flaky kind from northern road salt. A body swap would be excellent on this base.

Stewart, GVWR is 9500 lbs, axle is listed in the build sheet as a 3002-50-373, so likely a Dana 50 and definitely the 3.73 ratio.
 

Chuckles!

Observer
Price dropped again, in case anyone wants to pick it up before the end of the year. Interest starts to pick back up in February from my experience.
 
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