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Overland Classifieds :: 2006 Ford E-350 Super Duty with Stahl Service Body and CCV Poptop

The Ford E-350 is one of the most popular overland platforms on our forum, with recent examples including this 1999 Class C camper, 2006 Sportsmobile, and 1997 camper. However, today’s 2006 build might be the most unique and impressive to date. The rig showcases a “bulletproofed” 6.0-liter diesel, well-equipped Stahl service body, Colorado Camper Van automatic pop-top, Agile Offroad 4WD conversion, and a long list of desirable modifications. The seller states that he has “around $150,000 in receipts,” and there’s no questioning the time and money invested in this build. The E-350 is coveted for its dependable motor and drivetrain, availability of parts, generous interior living space versus modest external footprint, and access to a wide array of aftermarket components and accessories. The E-350 4×4 is a fantastic option for round-the-world exploration, as documented by Daniela Wagner’s adventures in Africa and Saudi Arabia. If you’d like a better idea of how this van can be outfitted for long-term travel or full-time living, check out these epic builds from Josh Evans and Timberline Vans.

From the Seller:

This one-of-a-kind build took over two years to complete by a compilation of some of the best conversion upfitters and aftermarket suppliers in the industry, including Agile Offroad, Aluminess, Ujoint, Colorado Camper Van, Adventure Bravely, Devil Mountain Diesel, Ruhne Racing, etc. The build thread can be viewed on the sportsmobileforum.com ‘6.0 Service Body’ thread, where it has garnered many tens of thousands of views and follows. Every detail and component is securely fastened and designed for heavy off-road applications. There are many redundancies built into the vehicle to avoid any compromising backcountry situations, and with an ARB rear air locker, there are few places you can’t go.”

2006 Ford E-350 Super Duty

The E-350 is fitted with a 6.0-liter diesel that, in stock form, produces 235 horsepower and 440 pound-feet of torque. However, today’s example has undergone a huge amount of work to “bulletproof” the engine and improve performance. In addition to a dependable motor, the Ford showcases impressive all-terrain capability thanks to an Agile Offroad 4WD conversion. This work uprates the E-350 with a heavy-duty 4WD system, 2-speed transfer case, Fox Performance Series 2.0 shocks and steering stabilizer, Dana 60 axles, ARB rear locker, and more. Inside driver comforts include:

  • Captain’s chairs
  • Kenwood touchscreen infotainment system with navigation
  • Back-up camera
  • EDGE Insight engine and diagnostics monitor
  • Weathertech floor covers

Distinguishing Features

  • Method Grid wheels with Nitto Ridge Grappler tires
  • Fox 2.0 shock absorbers and coilovers
  • Two 115 amp-hour AGM batteries with 350-watt Renogy flex panels
  • Ujoint front bumper and Aluminess Tiger Siberian rear bumper with swing-away tire mount and box
  • Rigid Industries and Baja Designs lighting
  • Colorado Camper Van automatic pop-top with remote
  • Espar D2 heater

This 2006 Ford E-350 Super Duty with Stahl Service Body and CCV Poptop is listed for $115,000 and is currently located in Santa Cruz, California. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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