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1997 Ford E350 Sportsmobile Camper Van - $27,500 (Santa Cruz)

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condition: excellent
cylinders: 10 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 122000
paint color: white
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: van
1997 Ford E350 Super Duty Sportsmobile 2WD EB

$27,500 located near Santa Cruz CA.

Link to 100 pictures: https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fo/zfw9bwdaflz57u2xcsdg0/AJhBHcPJTbDnMkie0l_BHFI?rlkey=ki3y6sey48umcymchpu0nf263&dl=0

Very conflicted sale! But, I’m no longer single, my kid is in college, and I need a slightly larger rig for my gal and I.
I’ve owned this gem of a van for 11 memorable years. It had 88K miles on it when I purchased it and has 121K now.
Fanatical professional maintenance has been the norm, and it’s been stored indoors when not in use.
Exterior and interior are in exceptional condition compared to most.

Notable Mechanical Features:

-V10
-E4OD Transmission
-Limited Slip full float rear axle
-Power windows
-Power door locks
-Air Conditioning
-Fred Goeske 2" hub centric rear wheel spacers
-2” Maxx Lift in front with castor correction bushings; rear 2” lift blocks integrated into spring pack
-Bilstein shocks and E450 steering stabilizer setup
-17” Eagle Alloy Wheels
-265/70R-17 BFG KO2 A/Ts with 6K miles on them
-2” front receiver hitch, reinforced for motorcycle carrying capacity
-Custom triple rear 2” receiver hitch setup featuring additional outboard receivers at far left and far right of rear bumper, all three tied to frame rails. Ready for any combination of bike/motorcycle/luggage box/tool/generator carriers/racks you can dream up and plug in.
-Roof rack mounts

Notable Sportsmobile Features:

-Manual pop-top
-Gaucho sleeps two when unfolded
-Penthouse sleeps two when bed is lowered, includes memory foam pad
-Removable storage cabinet by side doors
-Suburban propane water heater
-Suburban propane furnace
-Wedgewood two burner propane stovetop
-Microwave oven (shore power only)
-Slide-out pantry
-Inside shower with curtain; can also reach outside
-16 gallon fresh water tank
-Large Norcold refrigerator/freezer
-30A shore power connection
-City water connection
-Multiple AC outlets and 12V accessory outlets
-12V Samsung flat screen TV, memory stick capable
-Two Deka AGM Group 31 deep cycle batteries, 200ah total
-Progressive Dynamics PD9200 60A AC-DC power converter/charger with charge wizard
-Alpine stereo/CD player with iphone connection, speakers all throughout the van
-All 12V coach accessories can be isolated from engine battery via switch
-Day/night window shades, windshield privacy curtain
-Thetford Porta-Potty (rarely used)

Regular Maintenance:

-Engine oil changed every 5K miles with Mobil 1 5W30 and Wix oil filter
-Wix Air filter every 10K miles
-Tires rotated every 5K miles
-Water heater flushed and annode checked yearly
-Periodic greasing of u-joints, ball joints, etc.
-Top canvas and plastic windows cleaned

Notable Maintenance:

120,384 miles:
-Water system bleached and flushed
-Water heater flushed and annode replaced
-Top hardware resealed, hardware dome caps replaced

117,512 miles:
-PCV valve and hose
-Serpentine belt and idler pulleys

115,849 miles:
-BFG All Terrain KO2s
-Water system bleached and flushed

112,400 miles
-Akabono front brake pads
-Motorcraft front rotors
-Front wheel bearings and seals

110,782 miles:
-Full 4 wheel alignment

90K miles:
-Spark plugs
-Rear diff oil change Redline 75W140
-(90K mile work performed at North Bay Ford Santa Cruz, CA)

88K miles:
-Wix fuel filter
-Coolant flush Peake 50/50 ethylene glycol
-E4OD trans oil change 20 qts Valvoline Max Life ATF
-Ford trans filter
-2” lift
-Complete front end rebuild, using Moog greasable ball joints and all new bushings, tie rods, etc

Notable Features You May Want But The Van Does Not Have:

-No Solar (I’ve camped 3 days on battery power alone)
-No Inverter (I carried a Honda EU2000 generator for microwave and battery charging)
-No grey tank (I carried a portable tank; plenty of room to add one if desired)

Thanks for reading.

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