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86scotty

Explorer
I need to move this. Too much stuff in the driveway. I just added a swivel seat, fixed the AC, replaced rear brakes. Very clean and ripe for a conversion.

2006 Chevy AWD, 215k, drives fine but needs some TLC as they all do. I recently did diff and transfer case fluids, oil change.

Some rust underneath, not a cancerous mess or I wouldn't have bought it. Can send pics/video.

Make me an offer! I'm in the $7k range, in Knoxville, Tn.

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eporter

Adventurer
1998 E350, 4X4, 7.3 EX-Ambulance, high-top. Needs transmission, rusty, $2500

Can o' worms potential but the price is right. I'd agree with the "gutted" part, but not so much with the "built out" part.

"Van was originally outfitted as an ambulance in Alaska. I gutted and built out the van to live in. Needs a new transmission but still runs if you're clued in on how to limp it around. With the time and resources this rig would be a pretty rad project and super fun home on the road.
Call/text 9zero7-3five1-788one"

https://bend.craigslist.org/cto/d/1998-fordl-diesel-4x4/6713284293.html


 

another_mike

Adventurer
1998 E350, 4X4, 7.3 EX-Ambulance, high-top. Needs transmission, rusty, $2500

Can o' worms potential but the price is right. I'd agree with the "gutted" part, but not so much with the "built out" part.

"Van was originally outfitted as an ambulance in Alaska. I gutted and built out the van to live in. Needs a new transmission but still runs if you're clued in on how to limp it around. With the time and resources this rig would be a pretty rad project and super fun home on the road.
Call/text 9zero7-3five1-788one"

https://bend.craigslist.org/cto/d/1998-fordl-diesel-4x4/6713284293.html


I wonder if the Free Candy sign is included.....


Looks like quite a bit of rust
 

Deshet

Adventurer
1998 E350, 4X4, 7.3 EX-Ambulance, high-top. Needs transmission, rusty, $2500

Can o' worms potential but the price is right. I'd agree with the "gutted" part, but not so much with the "built out" part.

"Van was originally outfitted as an ambulance in Alaska. I gutted and built out the van to live in. Needs a new transmission but still runs if you're clued in on how to limp it around. With the time and resources this rig would be a pretty rad project and super fun home on the road.
Call/text 9zero7-3five1-788one"

https://bend.craigslist.org/cto/d/1998-fordl-diesel-4x4/6713284293.html


That is a no brainer at $2500. The engine is worth half that and the right person could move everything over to a nice van.
 

eporter

Adventurer
[QUOTE="Deshet,
That is a no brainer at $2500. The engine is worth half that and the right person could move everything over to a nice van.[/QUOTE]

Totally agree. Cheap & worth it for the parts.
 

Bikersmurf

Expedition Leader
[QUOTE="Deshet,
That is a no brainer at $2500. The engine is worth half that and the right person could move everything over to a nice van.
“Totally agree. Cheap & worth it for the parts.[/QUOTE said:
I wish I was still up for a project... $2500 less sold spare parts would be an affordable way to do a conversion.

That said, my complete healthy rig with fewer miles was about 1k when I bought it... four years later it hasn’t needed anything special. 25 years ago I’d have borrowed a trailer and gone for a road trip... now I’ll have to wait till my kids are old enough to build it. :(
 
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gmtech

Observer
thing is just a rusty old van now that happens to be a high top. all the stuff that made the ambo cool for a conversion has been taken out. and the fact that it needs a transmission. 1500 max.
 
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