Overland Classifieds :: 1999 Ford E-350 4×4 DRW Adventure Rig

I recently featured this 2000 Ford E-350 Camper and discussed how overland rigs could be an affordable alternative to expensive housing. Since then, I happened to look at some properties in my local area (Kent, United Kingdom), and a two-bedroom terrace house with no parking and a tiny garden was listed for £300,000. Prices like this are truly crazy. It begs the question, is there another option? Overland vehicles may be expensive at first glance, but these rolling homes are a bargain compared to actual houses. This 1999 Ford E-350, with a desirable Ujoint Offroad 4×4 conversion, showcases a beautiful camper interior suitable for full-time living and is priced at $62,500. No small sum of money for a vehicle but a bargain price for a home.

From the Seller:

“This 1999 Ford E-350 Super Duty 4×4 7.3-liter DRW adventure rig has been extensively modified for comfortable off-grid living and travel. The Ujoint Offroad 4×4 conversion was completed in 2015, so the suspension and drivetrain are essentially new. The engine and transmission were overhauled during the conversion, and the rig has been driven approximately 14,000 miles since completion.”

1999 Ford E-350 4×4 7.3-liter Diesel

This E-350 Super Duty is fitted with Ford’s legendary 7.3-liter Power Stroke diesel, which is not the most economical or powerful but is known to be long-lived.

Established in 2007, Ujoint Offroad offers a premium 4×4 conversion for E-Series vans that completely transforms all-terrain capability. Modifications include a Dana 60 front axle, Sterling rear axle, NV271 transfer case, Warn locking hubs, custom Atlas spring packs, and more.

Distinguishing Features

This build showcases extensive modifications. Here’s a small selection:

  • Ujoint Offroad 4×4 conversion
  • Espar D5 Hydronic hot water system, S2D2 air heater, and Digi-Max D1000 easy start pro controllers
  • Bilstein B6 shocks
  • Solar panels, 330-watts, Victron Energy SmartSolar controller, 220-amp-hour lithium battery bank, 1,500-watt pure sine-wave inverter
  • Greystone built-in microwave and Norcold refrigerator
  • Bathroom with walk-in shower and marine toilet

This 1999 Ford E-350 4×4 7.3-liter adventure rig is listed for $62,500 and is currently located in Reno, Nevada. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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