Overland Classifieds :: 2000 Ford E-350 w/Four-season Camper

Real estate prices these days are just insane, and as a prospective first-time buyer, that can feel pretty demoralising. I remember my dad telling me that he purchased his first house here in the UK for £23,000; well, that same property is now worth close to £300,000. With that in mind, overland vehicles may appear overpriced at first glance (while some truly are), but when you consider that many are comfortable, long-term rolling homes, they start to make sense. This 2000 Ford E-350 may not be a 4WD (conversion kits for this model are available), but it is a proper four-season home and could be yours for just $35,000 OBO.

From the Seller:

“I built this rig to facilitate my passion for outdoor sports while also enabling me to advance my engineering career via remote work from the vehicle. I would be happy to talk you through the build and lessons I have learned while living in it. [The] vehicle is sold with a fresh oil change and a full tank of fuel so that you can move in ready for your next adventure.”

2000 Ford E-350 w/7.3-Liter Power Stroke Diesel

Ford’s fabled 7.3-liter Power Stroke diesel is not the most economical or powerful engine by modern standards but is known to be extremely long-lived, with some well-serviced examples exceeding one million miles.

There are a number of 4WD conversion specialists for E-350’s, including Expo Vans, Advanced 4WD Systems, and Agile Offroad. However, parts for older models are becoming increasingly scarce, so it’s best to call in advance to ensure they’re able to complete the conversion.

Distinguishing Features

A considerable amount of time and money has been invested into this E-350 to create a full-time home. Here are just some of the notable features:

  • 12-volt AGM battery bank, 1,344 amp-hours
  • Solar panels, 800 watts
  • Winch, 16,500-pound
  • Webasto Air Top 2000 STC heater
  • Water tank, 26-gallon

This 2000 Ford E-350 camper is listed for $35,000 OBO and is currently located in Wyoming, Minnesota. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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