Overland Classifieds :: 2017 Chevrolet Express Quigley 4×4

The Chevy Express, much like Ford’s E-350, provides a perfect balance between driveability and interior comfort. In addition, it offers long-lived engines and drivetrains, well-equipped interiors, and access to a wide array of aftermarket parts, accessories, and services. Crucially the Express can be transformed into a truly go-anywhere vehicle thanks to on-demand 4WD conversions from the likes of Timberline Vans, Weldtec Designs, Advanced 4×4 Vans, and, indeed, Quigley 4×4. Furthermore, thanks to a 2,492-4,214-pound max payload, it has the capacity for a fully-equipped camper interior and pop- or high-top roof. Subsequently, it’s a popular option on our forum with recent adventure-ready examples, including this 2008 AWD, a 2004 G2500 Quigley 4×4, and a 1997 Sportsmobile 4×4. If you’d like to see how this vehicle can be outfitted for remote exploration, check out the inspiring builds from WeldTec Designs and Motor Power Force. Today’s 2017 offering has covered 86,000 miles and features the desirable Equipment Group, premium modifications, and a basic camper conversion.

From the Seller:

2017 Chevrolet Express LT 3500 4×4 passenger with a 4WD conversion done by Quigley. I purchased it from the original owner in Texas in March 2021, with 77,000 miles. The previous owner used it to drive between his homes in Texas and Montana. As an LT model passenger van, it’s about as ‘loaded’ from the factory as you can get and showcases the ‘preferred equipment group.’ The previous owner also installed a center console from what I think is a Silverado truck. It looks factory and has tons of storage and cupholders.”

2017 Chevrolet Express Quigley 4×4

The Express is fitted with a 6.0-liter motor that produces 342 horsepower and 373 pound-feet of torque. A powerful, albeit thirsty, V8 engine is matched with impressive all-terrain capability thanks to a 4WD conversion from Quigley 4×4. This service uprates the Chevrolet with a heavy-duty 4WD system, high and low range, manual locking hubs, Fox shocks, a 2-inch lift, and more. Inside, the Express is well-equipped with driver comforts that include:

  • Captain chairs
  • Air conditioning
  • Cruise control
  • Rear parking camera
  • Remote keyless entry and start

Distinguishing Features

  • Method Racing wheels and Nitto Ridge Grappler tires
  • Aluminess front bumper and Weldtech rear swing-away bumper
  • Quigley 4×4 conversion
  • Fox 2.0 shocks, Sumo springs, and Traxda 2-inch lift
  • Backwoods Adventure Mods rear storage box
  • Custom roof rack and ladder

This 2017 Chevrolet Express Quigley 4×4 is listed for $58,500 and is currently located in Portland, Oregon. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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