The Ford E-350 4×4 is a popular choice on our forum, with recent expedition-ready examples including this $82,000 7.3-liter 4×4 Diesel XLT, a $75,000 2002 4×4 Hightop Campervan, and a $55,000 2003 4×4 Diesel. What makes the E-350 such a revered overland platform? First and foremost, the Power Stroke diesel motors are exceptionally long-lived, with many well-maintained examples capable of 1,000,000 miles. In addition, these vans have durable drivetrains, easy access to OEM and aftermarket spare parts and accessories, and they enjoy on-demand 4WD conversions from companies such as Quigley 4×4, Quadvan, Timberline Vans 4×4, and Salem Kroger 4×4. Finally, they’re a great size; the E-350 will fit in most regular parking spaces, are easy to drive and comfortable on long journeys, yet big enough for a comfortable camper interior and even a small bathroom. Today’s offering is one of the nicest to date, with a truly stunning interior build, extensive premium modifications, and a 5-inch Timberline Vans 4×4 conversion.
From the Seller:
“I’m done with my side project van, so it’s up for sale. [It was] originally a bone stock cargo, but I took it to another level. This van is an all-new build, with a 4×4 conversion and a camper interior. It has never been camped in. Seats and sleeps two.”
2009 Ford E-350 4×4
The E-350 is fitted with the long-lived 6.0-liter Power Stroke diesel motor, producing 235 horsepower and 440 pound-feet of torque. In addition to a dependable engine and drivetrain, this example benefits from a comprehensive 4WD conversion from Timberline Vans 4×4. The company offers multiple conversion packages for the E-350, with a huge options list that can be viewed here, and a selection of lifts that range from 4 inches to a massive 12 inches.
- Battleborn lithium battery, 100-amp-hour, with Renogy 200-watt solar
- Yakima roof rack
- Freshwater tank, 26-gallon
- Timberline Vans 4×4 conversion
- Indel B refrigerator
- Yokohama M/T tires
- Aluminess front and rear bumper
This 2009 Ford E-350 4×4 Full Conversion is listed for $86,000 OBO and is currently located in Grand Junction, Colorado. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.
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