2001 Ford E250 RB 4X4 Van Specialties Conversation

My son is selling his 2001 Ford E250 RB UJoint Converted 4X4 Van Specialties interior van. The layout is basically the same as a SMB RB50. Van was converted to 4x4 in 2014 and the interior was converted when the van was brand new with a Fiberine 19” height top install by Van Specialties in Oregon. The van has lived its entire life in the NW and in the high desert of Bend, Oregon the last 6 years. The van comes with 90% or more of all the receipts and records, UJoint, interior, oil changes and maintenance. Electric shift on the fly 4x4. $32,000

5.4 V8 engine
125,000 miles
Seats 5 with seatbelts
Fiberine 19” high top
Norcold Refrigerator
House power connection w/ built in battery charger
House Battery
Super Fan
Interior freshwater and sink
Gray water tank
Fold down couch queen size bed
Aluminess front bumper
Warn Winch
PIAA Driving Lights
Aluminess Rear tire carrier
Aluminess Side steps
Low mileage BF Goodrich KO2 tires.

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Update. We were checking everything out and when we put the van in a tight turn in 4x4, we heard some popping. We now have the van at the mechanics (Weisners) in Bend and will be replacing the transfer cases with a new one. Also the house battery was low so replacing it as well. The transmission was overhauled by Dayton Transmissions at 90,000 miles and a HD Torque Converter was installed. New brakes, all new bearings and Warn hubs repacked on the front axel about 2500 miles ago. The drive train will be in great shape for the new owner.
Not sure. A 24” Fiberine will give you about 6’4” so the 19” should give you 5’11”. It is at the mechanic shop but will give it a measure when it gets back.


saw your reply on my post.

Sweet rig!

Do you have any more pictures of the interior when the bed is down?
Also any pictures of the undercarriage for any rust?


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WHAT!?! First, I was the first person to respond here and didn't see it listed for sale anywhere else. Second, I followed up with your son once or twice a week asking when I could come view it and rarely got a response. I did get a response over this past weekend and I asked him to let me know when I could come see it this week and again, never got a response. In the future, I hope you treat prospective buyers, especially ones that live in the same town, with a little more respect.

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