Unfortunately for us, we have to sell our project bus. It is a 2002 E450 7.3 diesel Quigley 4x4 shuttle manufactured by Coach and Equipment Company with 239,700 miles. Located in York, PA. We are asking $12,500 and we are firm on the price. I'm posting it on Skoolie first, please reply to this message or call/text (717) 668-4356, thanks!
The good: Quigley 4x4/4wd works great! We drove it around in a blizzard with a foot of snow on unplowed roads, got it stuck, put it 4wd and it drove right off. 7.3 Diesel motor runs like new. We havenít started converting it yet, weíve spent all of our time getting the bus up to spec. Weíve replaced the batteries, replaced the starter with a Denzo style starter, glow plug relay, fuel filter, glow plugs, shimmed the injectors, vacuum pump all replaced. The alternator was serviced and the regulator was replaced. The tires are new with a ton of tread left and the brakes were replaced and work great. We rebuilt the turbo with a Wicked Wheel, replaced the Y-pipes and heatwrapped them. We replaced the ICP sensor and rebuilt the IPR. In zero degree Fahrenheit weather it started without the engine heater being plugged in.
We were planning on converting it to a sportsmobile style class B skoolie and we are including a ton of parts we accumulated for the conversion including a full set of Ford shop manuals, hundreds of dollarís worth of electrical wiring and components including large guage wire and a battery isolator for house batteries, smaller gauge wire for house wiring, water pump, Webasto diesel fuel heater, combo shower pan, RV trim and sealant.
The bad: There is a minor power steering leak, the windshield seal needs to be replaced and the driverís side floor has a rust hole. I started it up one day when it was zero degrees F out and it leaked some oil until it was warm, which is probably from a bad oil cooler seal. Shimming the injectors is a short term fix and the injectors will probably need to be replaced in 50k miles or so.