Overland Classifieds :: 2005 Ford E-350 Quigley 4×4 Van

Rooftop tents and pop-up campers are classic overland options with a long list of pros. They are, however, challenging to live out of in inclement weather. This is where hard-sided vehicles, such as vans, really shine. Wind, rain, mosquitos—no problem. This 2005 Ford E350 Quigley 4×4 offers a comfortable retreat when Mother Nature is in a tumultuous mood. With seat heaters, ample sound-deadening and insulation, a Planar 2D diesel heater, lots of lights (on dimmers), and a Fantastic roof fan, camp options are endless, saving you from beelining home or spending hard-earned cash on an Airbnb.

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From the Seller:

“Selling our van to start another project. This van was professionally converted by VanLab Durango in late 2020. [It’s] extremely capable, well-outfitted, and comfortable. This van is a great do-it-all rig for a couple or family of three that can be everything from a tow rig, river/MTB shuttle, a killer ski camper, or a high country exploration vehicle. The van just rolled over 100,000 miles (sits at 100,965 but will go up as I still drive it). Just had full service including oil/filter, fuel filter, transmission service.”

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2005 Ford E-350 Powerstroke Quigley 4×4 Van

Seeking a full-sized van that isn’t one of the usual suspects? The Ford E-350 with a Quigley 4×4 conversion could be a tempting option. Until its discontinuation in 2014, this model was a reliable option for tradespeople, couriers, and travelers alike. Sportsmobile proved that this platform is well-suited for long-term overland travel; this high-top version provides the benefits of interior living space without the complication associated with a pop-top.

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Distinguishing Features

This Quigley 4×4 van offers the following distinguishing features:

  • Falcon Wildpeak 315/70R17 AT3 tires
  • Black American Racing Teflon-coated 17-inch wheels
  • Wheel wells trimmed to fit the 35-inch tires (no rubbing and pro finish)
  • Bilstein 5100 shocks
  • Fiberine aerodynamic hi-top, 19 inches
  • 200 watts of solar on a 50 amp MPPT charge controller
  • Blue Sea Systems smart battery isolator with remote switch via dash
  • Planar 2D diesel heater tied into tank
  • High-mounted backup camera

This 2005 Quigley 4×4 Van is listed for $75,000 OBO and is currently located in Durango, Colorado. Check the full vehicle specifications via the originalExpedition Portal forum post here.

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Ashley Giordano completed a 48,800-kilometer overland journey from Canada to Argentina with her husband, Richard, in their well-loved but antiquated Toyota pickup. On the zig-zag route south, she hiked craggy peaks in the Andes, discovered diverse cultures in 15 different countries, and filled her tummy with spicy ceviche, Baja fish tacos, and Argentinian Malbec. You can usually find Ashley buried in a pile of travel books, poring over maps, or researching wild medicinal plants. Ashley is a co-founder of Women Overlanding the World and crew member of Expedition Overland. You’ll find this Canadian-born couple exploring a different continent in 2021, and sharing their trip every step of the way at Desk to Glory.