Overland Classifieds :: Ford E-350 LB Quigley 4×4

E-Series vans benefit from powerful engines, strong drivetrains, and readily available 4×4 conversions, modifications, and accessories. Furthermore, they’re comfortable for full-time living, yet compact enough to drive daily. This stunning low-mileage (55,000 miles) example showcases a Quigley 4×4 conversion, premium modifications, tasteful camper interior, and is priced at just $59,000 OBO. That’s no small sum of money, but it’s a bargain when compared to similar vehicles on our forum, such as this 2013 Ford Sportsmobile E-350 EB V10 listed for $145,500.

From the Seller:

Overall, the van is in very good condition. The engine is strong, and the 4×4 system works flawlessly. New (2022) serpentine belt, spark plugs, fuel pump, and ECU unit all done by Ford dealer. The paint is shiny and bright, but if you look hard, you can find a couple of paint chips that are very small. There are a couple of light scratches, maybe 1to 3-inches long on the back doors behind the swing-out tire and storage box.”

Ford E-350 LB Quigley 4×4

This Ford E-350 is fitted with a V10 engine that produces 305 horsepower, 420 pound-feet of torque, and returns 13/17 mpg (city/highway). A robust motor is matched with excellent all-terrain performance thanks to a Quigley 4×4 conversion, which incorporates a manual shifter and lock-out hubs, 4-inch ride height increase, Magna transfer case, and more. The company, established in 1974, only uses parts that align with the vehicle model year to ensure work does not impede factory warranty.

Distinguishing Features

  • Quigley 4×4 conversion
  • Agile Offroad RIP suspension kit
  • Mickey Thompson wheels with Cooper Discoverer AT3 tires
  • Road Armor front and rear bumpers
  • Transfer Flow fuel tank, 46-gallon
  • PIAA driving and fog lights
  • Ramsey 12,000-pound winch with remote

This Ford E-350 LB Quigley 4×4 is listed for $59,000 OBO and is currently located in Vermont. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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