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Wow that’s a cool one. Probably has some nice wiring and battery stuff already in place. Generator? I like the side and back door.

RJ Howell

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My 2004 AWD GMC Savana high roof conversion should go to a new home.
I'm now a full time caregiver so it sits in the driveway, in SE New Hampshire.
Runs great, looks good.

Fridge, Porta-Potti, house battery, inverter, induction cooker, bowl sink. Passenger seat swivel.

85k miles, $12,500
I visited Don today, he's one of the good ones! It rare now a days to find good folk, he's one!

The Van is in great condition, even as you folks say a Nor'East unit. I couldn't find a spot of surface rust and the frame looked at most half the years of being here. Since I live in the Nor'East and own a 2004 F150, ya, at most half the years. Over all a pretty darn nice looking rig and well maintained.

It's on my list and we'll see where this quest goes.

As a member of this group and have physically seen the unit, well worth what he's asking.

RJ Howell

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Here's another I just found. Interesting... Follow the picture link to see it. 1989 E250 Camper Van $3300.
I just got back from viewing this one. Actually some pretty good bones on this one! Surprised the heck out of me. Interior still needs modification/repair/cleaning, yet for the dollar not half bad. Me, I'd gut it and redo to fit my needs and go new. Shell, frame and mechanicals look much younger than 30yrs, especially for a Nor'Easter. I believe him that this started it's life further south in drier climates.

I still might just pick this one up.

Update: We're passing on it. Looks like we're going to build a camper back to the F-150 and stay 'real' 4wd.
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Selling my Quigley 4x4 to start a new build. This has all of the good options. 6.0 engine, 3.73 gears, rear limited slip, not painted white. $10,000.



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*SOLD*Selling my Quigley 4x4 to start a new build. This has all of the good options. 6.0 engine, 3.73 gears, rear limited slip, not painted white. $10,000.




Competition Orange. This has the V10 motor which has been overhauled and rebuilt along with the transmission 26 thousand miles ago. Suspension is beefy with 2006 Dana 60s and shocks are pro comp ES m3000. 17 ply General Grabber Tires . Both Axles 3.73 limited slip . It is outfitted with an huge inverter , 3 batteries with a battery brain . Roof rack, bumper , wheels, ladder & steps are all powder coated black. Light rack is had 7 inch Hellas and spot lights on both sides . The van has been in several arrivals and 4x4 forums . It was auctioned off on eBay in 2010. The person that won it did some really cool upgrades . The pop top had a headliner and a backing board that were ruined from water damage . I removed everything and rubberized the inside of the roof to prevent leaks. Just added a starter solenoid while getting ready for sale. I do not want to sell it but I have no choice as we’ve fallen on hard times.


I've got a 2016 transit 150 diesel that I may part with. Cargo, low roof, 130" wheel base. 170k miles, has transmission issue. Drives great but doesn't shift right. Fairly clean, no wrecks, one owner, complete service records. Good year tires have 10k on them, no dings in windshield. Power locks, windows, cruise, limited slip, back up cam, power driver seat. $11,750 located in Seattle

Add a camper top and have a good starting base for adventure rig.


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Just a heads up...
If anyone is slowly getting in the market for a turn key expedition rig, the Ambuland will be available for a new owner this spring.

I'll do an official post soon with full details and updated pictures :)



I'm sure I forget a few items and details but here's some info...

Drivetrain :
  • Agile Offroad 4x4 conversion
  • Front axle: Dana 50 TTB (independent suspension), larger brakes upgrade, 30 spline Nitro Power Lock Posi (LSD)
  • Rear axle: Sterling 10.5, 4.10 gears, Detroit Locker (full floating axle)
  • Electric transfer case, Hi-Low
  • Warn manual locking hubs
  • Fox 2.0 shocks
  • 4R100 automatic transmission (remanufactured)
  • 35g primary fuel tank
  • 21g secondary fuel tank
  • Method aluminum 16” rims (5x)
  • BFG KO2 315/75R16

International 7.3 Turbo Diesel
  • 227,000 miles (367,000 km) with proper maintenance history
  • Fuel filter relocated under frame for easy service
  • DPtuner chip

Recent maintenance (all new parts):
  • Moog ball joints, 2020
  • Drag link, 2020
  • International stainless steel Up Pipes, 2020
  • Windshield, 2020
  • Brakes pads Front & Rear, 2020
  • Rear calipers, 2019
  • Transmission oil & filter, 2019
  • Upgraded transmission deep oil pan, 2019
  • Radiator, 2019
  • Water pump, 2019
  • Rear differential oil, 2019
  • New deep cycle (house) batteries (x2), 2019
  • Fuel bowl service (valve, seals), 2017
  • Fan clutch, 2017
  • Power steering pump 2017
  • Serpentine belt, 2017
  • Front differential oil, 2017

New engine parts included (ready for install):
  • HD pushrods
  • Turbo upgrade rebuild kit (GTP38)
  • Alliant “AC” single shot performance injectors and install kit
  • Fuel bowl delete kit
  • Upgraded valve cover gasket kit
  • OEM glowplugs
  • PHP Hydra chip
  • HPX stainless steel cross-over kit

Interior driving area:
  • Driver and passenger swivel seats (extended sliders)
  • EGT gauge
  • Fuel pressure gauge
  • Coolant temp gauge
  • Custom switch panel
  • Back up camera
  • Touchscreen radio
  • Electric trailer brakes module
  • Scangauge
  • Manual windows
  • Cruise control

Interior living area:
  • Two seats with 3 points seatbelts
  • 4 seats (no seatbelts) in dinette, turns into lower bed (48”x74”)
  • Poptop (James Baroud XXL), turns into upper bed (54” x 88”) with 36” headroom
  • Two burner propane stove
  • Two-way fridge/freezer (65q)
  • 22g water tank, hot/cold running water (Shureflo pump, sediment filter, expansion tank, heat exchanger), sink
  • On-demand propane hot water (outside shower)
  • Porta-potti pullout slider
  • Tons of storage including HD slide out tool drawer
  • LED lighting
  • Custom awning windows at both side doors, tempered glass, increased R value

  • Trucklite LED headlights
  • 30” LED curved front lightbar
  • Four 10W LED right/left scene lights
  • 4 LED reverse/rear scene lights
  • 2 LED side fenders lights
  • Shore power hookup
  • Two high CCA starting batteries
  • Two deep cycle house batteries
  • 3000W inverter
  • Smart dual bank battery charger
  • Solar hookup
  • Remote starter and door lock
  • Bluesea electrical panel (AD-DC)
  • USB ports
  • 110v outlets
  • Microwave
  • ARB dual compressor
  • Maxxair 7500 (with remote)

  • Front steel bumper with Warn 12000lbs winch and synthetic line
  • Rear steel bumper with 2” receiver
  • Side foldable steps (ladder)
  • Roofrack with stainless steel platform and XL Pelican case
  • Upgraded side view mirrors

Hope this can answer some questions! I'll still need to grab some interior pictures, the ones I have are old and there's been some updates since...

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Just a heads up...
If anyone is slowly getting in the market for a turn key expedition rig, the Ambuland will be available for a new owner this spring.

I'll do an official post soon with full details and updated pictures :)


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Will 100000% be keeping an eye on this... although I may be one of many that are looking at it with wishful thinking due to price. Love the build!