Overland Classifieds :: 2004 Chevrolet Express G2500 Quigley 4×4

Like the comparable Ford E-350, the Chevy Express benefits from dependable motors and drivetrains, readily available OEM and aftermarket parts, and can similarly be converted to 4WD by industry experts Quigley 4×4. We’ve had many E-350 4WDs posted to our forum (such as this E-350 LB Quigley 4×4 and a 4WD Ambulance), but very few Express vans, with only one recent Sportsmobile 4×4. Today’s desirable “extended” G2500 has recently been overhauled with a new engine (covered approximately 5,000 miles), transmission, radiator, air conditioning, suspension components, and more. In addition, it showcases thoughtful modifications, a well-equipped interior, and a sought-after 4WD conversion.

From the Seller:

I bought this beast in 2018 from the largest Quigley van dealer in the country (White Bear Lake Superstore GMC in Minneapolis) who had just taken it on trade-in from the original owner. We love it so much that we have restored her with a lot of new components, including a new motor, transmission, radiator, suspension (IFS), A/C, and many other upgrades. So, this is basically a new van mechanically, with many cool add-ons for bugging out, mountaineering, or just #vanlife.”

2004 Chevrolet Express G2500 Quigley 4×4

The Express G2500 is fitted with a 6.0-liter V8 motor that produces 300 horsepower, 360 pound-feet of torque, and returns 12/16 mpg (city/highway). Today’s extended model has seating for up to nine passengers (currently configured for seven) and enjoys interior comforts that include:

  • Air conditioning
  • Keyless entry and remote start
  • Power steering and door locks
  • Rear backup camera
  • Cruise control
  • Leather upholstery

Quigley 4×4, based in Manchester, Pennsylvania, is highly regarded for its 4WD conversions and utilizes parts that align with the vehicle model year to ensure work does not impact the factory warranty.

Distinguishing Features

  • XD wheels with BFGoodrich A/T tires
  • Vmaxtanks 155-amp-hour AGM battery with three 100-watt solar panels
  • Rigid Industries lighting
  • Three-inch lift
  • Yakima roof racks
  • HD TV, 27-inch
  • Upgraded power adjustable leather seats

This 2004 Chevrolet Express G2500 Quigley 4×4 is listed for $45,000 and is currently located in Los Angeles, California. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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