They do offer double sliders though
But where we gonna find rubber pants our size?
And everyone that does have said unicorn knows it--so they will keep it forever or price it accordingly when they sell it.
I went and got some windows from a parts van, but in in order for the OEM windows to sit flush, it would require alot of work. I think I may go back and get the doors and just have them painted to match and put the windows back in.
On the drivers side though, I found this. Havent gotten a price yet but it seems to be an option.
Shrockworks 4x4 Products
You might consider using a bench seat from a Sprinter. They come with head rests and built in shoulder belts some are 54" others are 64". I picked up a never used, 3 person 64" from a 2006 for $60 on CL. Floor brackets were another $115 shipped. If I ever get time to install it in my 08' E350 passenger, I'll post some picks.
I'd gladly pay a premium of $5,000 for a used low mileage, good condition diesel Van. One could easily make the case that 'such' a Van cost the original owner up-wards of $10,000 more to own and operate over a gas engine, even with getting an additional $5,000.00 used sale premium.
FWIW best cost savings when buying our new 2009 Ford van cutaway 6.0L Diesel, was to purchase the maximum extended 7 years Ford warranty for $3,400. Rough estimated of repairs so far exceed $10,000, for 3 year and 39,000 miles.
Replaced turbo, water pump, cooling fan, air conditioner leakage twice, high pressure fuel pump, pulled engine to fix oil leak.
With all the repairs I was beginning to hate the noisy smelly beast, until last week, remember why I got a diesel; while on vacation and cruising down the wide open Interstate Highway in North Dakota at 85mph, towing a Jeep JKU, with the diesel chugging along and passing all the other Motor-homes like they were standing still. Yep... I'm addicted to them-dar expensive Unicorns!