Quigley 4x4 Ford Econoline

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Quigley 4x4 Ford Econoline For Sale

4WD for Sale, Quigley 4x4 Ford Econoline For Sale

Found this all-terrain cargo van for sale by the owner on Craigslist for $18,000 in Sequim, Washington. Quigley 4x4 is based on a 1994 Ford Econoline 350 cargo van converted into a light weekender camper powered by an In-line 6-cylinder engine mated with an automatic transmission with about 60000 miles on it. Everything looks tidily shown well by photos, no words about mechanical issues, and all work well.

It could be a nice 4x4 camper to consider and is perfect for those who are seeking a reliable light weekend vehicle. Must see it closely, if you need its actual condition.

Year of construction 1994
Brand Ford
Model E350
Type Cargo Van 4x4
Fuel Gas
Color White
Miles 60000
License Yes
Price $18,000
Name Owner
Phone SOLD
City Sequim, Washington

Owner says
Full Size Ford Van. 4X4 original Quigley Super Tank. Campervan with custom built, powder coated locking storage base for full sized bed. Center seat is out of a VW Eurovan and has both factory seatbelts. As well as the ability to fold down flat for a secondary children’s bed option. Our family of 4 has simply aged out of this space with our giant hungry kids. Custom aluminum roof rack with fold down ladder. We used it for stacks of surfboards, could also be a base for a large RTT. Interior smells like grandpas sauna as it is cedar and has been insulated. There is no secondary camp heat option. Nor is there a kitchen. It’s a perfect “weekender” type of setup for a couple or small family.

In-line 6 cylinder 300 is great and was replaced 60,000 miles ago by previous owners. At the same time the auto/trans rear end and driveline were replaced. It runs flawlessly and shifts like butter. Would not be selling had we not moved up in size to a larger truck camper. Tires have some life left. Front end was very recently, completely rebuilt as well. Brakes, wheel bearings, hubs, bushings, etc. (over 6k) in receipts rear leaf springs are new from Deaver Spring as well as new Bilstein shocks all around. It was meant to be kept for ever and has been built, maintained and loved as such.

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