Overland Classifieds :: 1999 Ford E-350 4×4 Class C Camper

The E-350 is a highly regarded platform for expedition builds with recent offerings in our classifieds, including this 2006 Sportsmobile, 1997 camper, and a 2010 Ujoint 4×4 conversion. This legendary Ford is championed for its reliable engines and drivetrain, availability of parts, generous interior space versus external footprint, and comfortable driving experience. Moreover, it benefits from a huge array of aftermarket parts, accessories, and services that can fully outfit this model for travel. Perhaps most notably, the E-350 enjoys the aftermarket support of a number of companies (including Quigley 4×4, Ujoint Offroad, Salem Kroger, Quadvan, Expo Vans, and more) that will uprate this vehicle with a heavy-duty 4WD system. You can see how these modifications work on the trails on the Driving Line YouTube channel as they take a 2021 Ford E-350 4×4 off-road. In addition, the spacious interior dimensions of this van provide ample space for a full camper conversion, as demonstrated by these stunning builds from We’re the Russos and New Jersey Outdoor Adventures. Today’s low-mileage (58,000 miles), 1999 E-350 is a very unusual Class C camper, which showcases tasteful modifications, a Continental Conversions 4×4 system, and a fully equipped living space. Furthermore, at $50,000 OBO, this rig reflects excellent value considering the previous Class C E-350 4×4, known as “Bigfoot,” that we featured was listed at $125,000.

From the Seller:

Eight hundres trouble-free miles on the 4WD conversion and counting. Professionally converted to 4WD with 33-inch all-terrain tires on lightweight, heavy-duty aluminum wheels. All amenities work as they should. The exterior is not in the best shape with dings and dents but stays dry.”

1999 Ford E-350 4×4

This E-350 is fitted with a 6.8-liter V10 motor that produces 305 horsepower and a considerable 420-pound feet of torque. A powerful, albeit thirsty engine is mated with excellent all-terrain capability thanks to the 4WD system from Continental Conversions. This uprates the E-350 with Dana axles, a 2-speed transfer case, a 3.5-inch lift, Bilstein shocks, 4.56 gearing, and more. Inside the E-350 includes the following driver comforts:

  • Captain’s chairs
  • Power steering, locks, and windows
  • Air-conditioning
  • Cup holders

Distinguishing Features

  • Heavy-duty alloy wheels with all-terrain tires
  • Winch
  • Dual battery system and Onan 4K generator
  • Rooftop air conditioning
  • Continental Conversions 4×4 system

This 1999 Ford E-350 4×4 Class C Camper is listed for $50,000 OBO and is currently located in Golden, Colorado. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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