FS 4X4 E350 V10 Van, Agile RIP, 82k miles SOLD


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Today I am putting up my very well mechanically sorted 04 E350 RB Quigley converted van. It is a regular body E350 that I have owned for five and a half years. I purchased it in '15 from the original owner, a hvac contractor in southern Virginia who bought it new and already converted to 4x4. I have only put a little over five thousand miles on it in that time for a total millage of 82K, so super low for this era van.

Since purchasing it I have gone through it very thoroughly, completely rebuilt the front end and added the Agile Offroad RIP kit with the fox shocks and steering dampener. I just did rotors ,pads, calipers, and lines on all four corners this spring. I also added 5 ProComp alloy wheels wrapped in new BFG AT KO2s

I also added a hardwood floor and a rear bench seat/folding bed from Chateau. I also added brand new reclining Toyota Sienna front seats with MG metalworks mounts. The passenger side swivels to make a comfortable reclining rear facing seat.
Also a new pioneer head unit and four new Rockford Fosgate speakers.

The worst part of the van is the paint. There are random door dings, pipe dings, normal construction worker dings. However it is that Ford single stage paint that buffs, and touches up very easily. The coolest thing i did paint wise was raptor line the bumpers and rocker panels, it brakes up the lines and give the van a little more dimension.

I added 3 Hella 8" lights to the front bumper, two wides and one spot. I wired them up with two Hella relayed harness. I also added the Redoval HID headlights, such a huge difference over the old sealed beams.


2004 Ford E350 V10
Regular Body (RB)
Quigley 4x4 conversion


Western Mass 01330

New with in the last 2k miles

Agile Offroad RIP kit
Tie rods
Moog greesable ball joints
Poly torque arm bushings
Poly sway bar bushings
Track bar
Track Bar
Front and rear calipers rotars, pads, and lines
5 Procomp 16" alloy wheels
5 BF Goodrich All Terrain KO2s 285/ 75 R16 (33")
Bushwhacker fender flairs


2 Hella 8" Cornering lights
1 Hella 8" Spot light
2 Hella relayed harnesses
Set of Redoval HID headlights with ballast in smoked lenses
Smoked turn signal lights with HID bulbs


Agile Off Road RIP kit
Contains 4 fox shocks with custom tune, fox steering stabilizer, different front spring rate with 1" additional lift, swaybar spacers. So with the Quigley conversion it sits 5" taller then its stock counterpart.


Econoline chateau rear bench seat that folds into a bed
Plywood sub floor
Red Oak floor (from trees I cut down, dried, and milled myself)
New Toyota Sienna reclining seats
MG Metalworks seat bases with passenger swivel
New black front carpet
Pioneer full din cd/dvd/bluetooth head unit
4 5"x7" Rockford Fosgate speakers



The rest of the interior needs to be built, but aside from the bed placement, which is removable, it pretty open. I was keeping my eye out for a junked conversion van that I could use the top from and some of the plastic. Its kind of a blank canvas which gives the next owner some creative license . Some Tern Overland windows and a Colorado Camper Van top would make this rig amazing.
The reason I am parting with it is we already have a 4Runner and a Tacoma with a GFC on it, and there may be a deposit on a new Bronco. Every time I drive it I want to keep it, such a cool rare rig.

You can find more pics and vids on my Instagram @overlandonthefly




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Addressing the elephant in the room.

So everybody is asking me about rust. And it’s probably the most important thing on a vehicle of this age. Being a vehicle that lived on the East Coast it’s whole life, first 11 years in Sothern Virginia, last five years in Western Massachusetts it has some rust on the underbody. However it is what I would call surface rust, no rot or cancer.
It has been this way since I bought it five years ago. The day after I got it home I clean the underside of it and sprayed it with fluid film. Which I have done every year since. All of the body mounts are solid. The frame is solid
As long as you keep up with undercoating the body will be good for a long time.

Hope this answers everyone’s questions, just trying to be as transparent as possible.