Overland Classifieds :: 2010 Ford E-350 Ujoint 4×4

The E-350 is a popular platform for overland builds on our forum with recent examples including this 2007 Super Duty Quigley 4×4, a 1997 E-350 Econoline 4×4, and a 2010 MG 4×4. So why is the E-350 such a desirable option? Well, first and foremost there are very few truly capable 4WD vans out there. The Sprinter 4×4 is perhaps its biggest rival, but most of those are technically AWD (much like the Toyota Hiace 4×4, Man TGE 4×4, and Ford Transit AWD). Alternatively, the E-350 can be transformed into a 4WD monster thanks to conversion services from the likes of Quigley 4×4, Agile Offroad, Salem Kroger, Quadvan, Expo Vans, and more. model benefits from Finally, the E-350 benefits from a choice of long-lived engines and offers generous interior living space with relatively modest exterior dimensions. If you’d like a better idea of how this platform can be outfitted for travel then check out this comparable Ford E-Series Ujoint 4×4 on the Driving Line YouTube channel. Today’s meticulously maintained 2010 model has covered 116,000 miles, and it benefits from a wide array of aftermarket parts and accessories to uprate it for backcountry travel, including a basic camper interior.It might be the most well-traveled and proven E-350 to date!

From the Seller:

Do you want a top-of-the-line 4×4 van but don’t want to wait a year or more for Ujoint to deliver? Are you looking for a capable van that doesn’t have the clutter of a Sportsmobile? Here is your chance to pick up a turnkey, fully-built VERY capable van. It has taken me for lobster rolls on the Maine coast, fish tacos in Mulagé, candied smoked salmon on Neah Bay, and everywhere in-between. It has run Dedeckera Canyon in both directions, covered all of Northern Death Valley, driven the Mojave Road, and been all over the backcountry of Northern CA, Oregon, Western WA, and Baja. (The longest trip was 9,800 miles over 7 weeks.) Why am I selling? I picked up a Unicorn 7.3 Type 2 Ambo and will be focusing on that build moving forward.”

2010 Ford E-350 Ujoint 4×4

The E-350 is fitted with a V10 motor that produces 305 horsepower, 420 pound-feet of torque, and returns 13/17 mpg (city/highway). A powerful, albeit thirsty, engine is matched with excellent go-anywhere capability thanks to a Ujoint 4×4 conversion. Their founder explains “We’ve been creating 4×4 vans for over 13 years and continue to develop new products to make Ford 4WD vans more affordable and accessible.” Ujoint outfitted today’s offering with front and rear lockers, high and low range, Warn locking hubs, Atlas Springs, Fox shocks, and more. Inside driver comforts include:

  • Factory Tow Package
  • Camera system controllable from the rear-view mirror screen
  • Heated Corbeau seats
  • Touchscreen XM satellite radio with navigation
  • WeBoost RV cell phone booster

Distinguishing Features

  • Fox 2.0 shocks and Atlas springs
  • Procomp alloys with Cooper AT3 tires
  • Baja Designs lighting
  • Ujoint roof rack
  • BattleBorn 100-amp-hour battery with two roof-mounted Merlin 80-watt solar panels and an 80-watt hood-mounted panel
  • Front Runner freshwater tank, 18-gallon
  • Decked drawer system

This 2010 Ford E-350 Ujoint 4×4 is listed for $40,000 OBO and is currently located in North Bay Area, California. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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