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Old 04-05-2010, 07:31 PM   #1
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1994 e350 7.3 Diesel $4500 *More Pictures

I used this site for advice and have been on the road since i got it. But the time has come to sell my project as i'm leaving the country. Sad to see her go but it's got to happen.

She is a 1994 Ford e350 with a 7.3 idi diesel engine.
Runs great, has almost 255,000 miles. about 13-14 mpg.
Titled as a step van in montana.

Glow plugs are good so starts every time.
Tires still have lots of tread.

The inside is fully insulated with r-13 batts covered with osb sheathing (walls roof and sliding doors). It stays warm all night.
Insulated vent/escape hatch cover.
A Wood burning stove was cemented in. Triple walled insulated chimney and cement board on the walls around the fire was used to ensure there is no fire hazard.
There is also a fire extinguisher, carbon monoxide alarm and smoke alram.
A big queen sized bed in the back with storage underneath and a single sized seat/bed, the top is hinged so doubles as a storage box.
Full sized kitchen bench with big stainless steel sink.
Airplane seats bolted in with tray table from one installed on sink bench.
Awesome red carpet.

Mechanically I have replace the fuel return lines, vacuum pump, power steering pump, alternator, oil cooler seals and have got 2 new 850 cca batteries a few weeks ago. Fiberglass body which is in good condition.

Will deliver as i'm on the road in it now.

$4500 obo

email me at chadrwatson@hotmail.com

*will put more photos up soon
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Old 04-06-2010, 03:32 PM   #2
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Re: 1994 e350 7.3 Diesel $4500

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Glow plugs are good so starts every time. " <--- why did you say that?
Probably because 7.3's are notorious for GP problems. I did the same when I sold my F-350.

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Mechanically I have replace the fuel return lines, vacuum pump, power steering pump, alternator, oil cooler seals and have got 2 new 850 cca batteries a few weeks ago. Fiberglass body which is in good condition.
!!!!!this is all bad news to ANYONE!!!!
Hardly...none of those are unexpected for 250,000+ miles and 15 years of use. Fibreglass body is a bummer, though.
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Old 04-06-2010, 06:55 PM   #3
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OMFG.... LMAO NICE first post...

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OMFFFGFDDDGFVLOL
DROP YOUR PRICE BY 3,500++

there are a few things i disagree with...

last of all the delivery cost?? ZERO??
"Glow plugs are good so starts every time. " <--- why did you say that?

[quote:1v2an5ct]Because they have glow plug problems if you install anything other than the motorcraft/beru plugs
"The inside is fully insulated with r-13 batts covered with osb sheathing (walls roof and sliding doors). It stays warm all night"
why again did you say that... were you the installer?

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Yes i was, i did everything
Insulated vent/escape hatch cover.
WHY yet again? you got pics?

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To keep warm
A Wood burning stove was cemented in. Triple walled insulated chimney and cement board on the walls around the fire was used to ensure there is no fire hazard. <---UGGGHHHHH

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Are you scared? I have lived in it since November with the fire going every night with no trouble
Mechanically I have replaced the fuel return lines, vacuum pump, power steering pump, alternator, oil cooler seals and have got 2 new 850 cca batteries a few weeks ago. Fiberglass body which is in good condition.
!!!!!this is all bad news to ANYONE!!!!


"Will deliver as i'm on the road in it now."
OK i want it in moquegua,ECUDOR by the end of the week [/quote:1v2an5ct]

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I'll be happy to take it there if you pay for fuel and shipping as there is no road through panamato south america
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Old 04-06-2010, 10:32 PM   #4
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is/was it a goshen bus?
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Old 04-07-2010, 07:31 AM   #5
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Re: 1994 e350 7.3 Diesel $4500 *More Pictures

Kind of cool, and I am definitely jealous of your fuel mileage.

But seriously, everyone needs to back off on the attitude towards this fellow. If you think he has his price too high, and you want the bus, simply make an offer via PM. If you aren't interested in buying, chill out. If it's way too high, and the market can't bear it, this will become obvious when it doesn't sell.

I don't see any compelling reason to rip this fellow a new one simply for asking too much, or providing too much information. Relax, eh?

Good luck with your sale, I would have bought one of these, but I needed more room. They are good for getting into places a normal bus won't, that's for sure. Like small roads on the way to climbing crags, or narrow twisting roads nearly anywhere.
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Old 04-07-2010, 11:17 AM   #6
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i just noticed this. how do you get into the back? the wheel chair doors are done over and it looks like you made a bulk head at the front?
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Old 04-07-2010, 05:46 PM   #7
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Thanks dentedvw. It is a wolfington body not a goshen. The front doors are two sliding doors i made that slide out to block of the back area.
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