1989 FORD E-350 4x4 Diesel Camper Van Sportsmobile type full camper conversion

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Seller: asander1 (478) 100%, Location: San Diego, California, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 223236453586 1989 FORD E-350 4x4 Diesel Sportsmobile CloneHi-Top155,000 Miles on chassis - Newer drivetrain! Drivetrain:Near new 7.3 liter IDI diesel engine (~20k miles!) - SMOG Exempt in CARebuilt C6 Automatic TransmissionNew Gear Vendors Overdrive Unit (~3k miles!) 4x4 / Suspension & Tires etc:Borg Warner 1356 Manual Transfer Case 2wd + 4x4 High & 4x4 Low RangeDana 60 Solid Front and Rear axles - 4.10 gearsSpicer manual locking front hubsBulletproof leaf spring 4x4 conversion done by North County Gear in Escondido, CADeaver Suspension in Santa Ana, CA re-arched and added leafs to rear springsBilstein Shocks all aroundRear driveline rebuilt and balancedRear anti-roll bar for stability4x Brand new BF Goodrich All Terrain KO2s - (95% tread) 265/75 R161x Full size BF Goodrich All Terrain spare - (50% tread) - 265/75 R16Sky Manufacturing (SORD) Dana 60 Crossover steering kit Exterior:Fiberglass Hi-Top with steel re-inforcement frame underneathFull length custom aluminum roof rack - fits Yakima accessoriesAdditional front aluminum rack for even more cargo spaceGo Rhino Bull Bar - made for E-series never seen another one like itHella 500 Driving lights - switched with hi-beam foot switchHella 500 Fog LightsFord Alloy Wheels11 Flood lights all around (4 right, 3 rear, 4 left) - makes it easy to setup a tent!2 Front windshield mounted spotlightsHand held hardwired spotlight in drivers cabDraw-Tite Trailer Hitch Receiver - tow stuff or carry your motorcycle!Rear door mounted full size spare tire2 x CARR Hoop Truck steps for the passengers to get in/out Electrical System:150 Amp Leece-Neville Alternator (recently re-built)VDO Voltage guages + Amp guage105 Amp Hours house / leisure battery (2x Deep Cycle)100W Solar PanelMorningstar SunSaver 20L solar charge controllerVanner Bravo - 1000W 110v power inverter + 50 Amp multi-step charger + 2x hardwired outletsExternal 110v shore power inlet by driver doorIntellitec Bi-directional isolator relay delay diesel-2Intellitec Big Boy 500 amp Battery Isolator Relay (aux start button as well to parallel all 4 batteries)Bogart Engineering Tri-Metric TM 2030-RV Battery Monitoring systemHardwired Garmin GPS V - great for trip stats and has basic mapsCobra CB Radio (+ weather stations) with dedicated speakers above driver / passengerRear 12v outletsBattery cutoff switches for starting and house/leisure batteries2x new starting batteries with warranty (Autozone) Stereo:Alpine CDA-7875 w/ remote and AUX in for your phone/ipod2x Jensen A1000 External Amplifiers 6 Interior speakers provide balanced sound for all passengersFronts are Crunch 6.5" w/ separate tweetersMiddle of the van has Polk Audio 6.5" 2-wayRears are 6x9 JBL2 switchable Bazooka Marine M690 6x9 side door speakers - for chilling at the beach/bay! Camper Features:Essentially a EB-50 Sportsmobile-type layout + middle captains chairCabinetry all high quality birch plywood w/ light grey laminate (custom, not by Sportsmobile)3 rotating captains chairs - cloth for easy cleaningSeats 6 with 6 seatbeltsFull width rock & roll bed - folds out to full size+ bedFully insulatedNorcold 12v Fridge - Med. size / same as SMB installed at the time10 Gallon water tankShurFlo automatic pressure sensing pumpSink / folding faucetPortable single burner stove - put on counter or outsideFantastic Fan Roof Vent - 3 speeds w/ thermostat, motorized opening/closing (w/ manual override) + rain sensor (auto closes)All camping / radio / non driving lights run off house / leisure batteryCurtains on all windowsDivider curtain behind front seats good for #vanlife & stealth campingReading lights above all back seatsDome lights above cargo area - 2 brightness settingsKitchen light above sink area rewired with LEDsThetford Porta-pottiToiletry / Kitchen organizers / hooksLarge central trash bin in cabinetPlenty of other cabinet / closet storage shelvesSide / back door storage compartmentsLockable storage compartment above passengerMirror On-board Air System:VIAIR 450C air compressor - 100% duty cycle 150PSI - hardmounted inside vanVIAIR 9011 pressure switch 150psiQuick disconnects on both sides of the vehicle to fill all tires25ft Coil air hose Bonus Stuff:VDO analog clock originally from a Porsche 924Tire chains for the snowRARE - BWI slding windows with screens on side doors - I have seen a ton of vans and never seen these on another!Sweet TURBO badges from a SAAB 900 Turbo (might add 10 horsepower!?)Jack and tire iron4 drink holders on the doghouseOriginal FORD keys! + some dupes for youCargo net so you can fill the back behind bench seat and not have things fall forwardAll manuals you will need to maintain it, Ford, Chiltons, Haynes etc.. It's Diesel + It's 4x4 + It's a Full Camper - what more could you want! Turns heads and gets compliments where ever it goes. The Backstory:We built this van as a keeper with no expense spared, all top quality components. Basically I added every awesome feature I could think of that I ever wanted. So then why am I selling it?? - We originally built it to take 6 people and all their gear to Baja surfing and other trips around the West Coast, it sleeps a couple very comfortably with a full + some size bed. You can sleep a small child easily as well but now we have 2 kids and that doesn't quite work so well! I have also since moved to Europe and not sure when I will actually be back to use it. I originally planned on a 2 year stay so held onto it. But 2.5yrs later and no return plans it doesn't make sense to keep it any longer, although my friend that is keeping it for me and using it regularly will be super bummed! We now have a VW Westfalia, and looking at other cool Euro vehicles. Fully built and speced out like a 100k rig for a fraction of the cost, no it was not built by Sportsmobile but is a custom build. Most of the mechanicals have been refreshed over the time I have owned it (14+ years) Originally a Leader Industries Ambulance, it was converted to 4x4 around the turn of the century and everything checked over and transmission rebuilt. It then spent 2 years in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico slated for 4x4 rescue operations, when the ambulance service folded it was brought back to SoCal and I picked it up in 2004. I then used it as-is and slowy converted it to a full campervan with Sportsmobile-style layout and features over the next basically 10 years - are projects ever done?? This vehicle has been well maintained and constantly improved. Overall the body is in very good condition other than a couple of spots on the A-pillars that I mention below that do need addressing soon. There are a other minor scratches that could be touched up as well as the van has been used for it's designed purpose and even driven the length of Baja and back (1,000 miles each way). The rest of the body and paint is in good shape as you would expect in California. The engine is nearly new and runs perfectly. C6 Transmission shifts crisply and properly. I ran a previous Gear Vendors Overdrive unit on it for 10 years, but I had bought it used so the reverse mechanism finally wore out on it. So I have just replaced it with a brand new unit and it works perfectly and has maybe 3k miles on it. The original engine ran strong, but here is what happened. A coolant hose split and it overheated, so that was one thing. Then not too long later some quickie lube place overfilled the oil and it was dripping out and may have blown the oil cooler out! Right after these events I went away traveling for 6 months and came back and not long thereafter there was oil in the coolant! Not good - but could be the headgasket or the oil cooler, or could even be cavitation (look it up). Would have to pull the engine to fix it most likely, so instead of pulling the old engine and throwing good money after bad to fix it since I had no history on it, I decided to just replace it with a new one, so that's what I did as once you are pulling the engine the labor wasn't much more. At the same time I put in new Ford glowplugs and a new Ford oil cooler, new radiator, new fan clutch and new block heater when it was installed. I have recently rebuilt the glow plug controller and the van starts on the button as it should. So the new engine went in at 134,000 miles so there is maybe 20k on it and I have kept the proper supplemental coolant additive (SCA) in it to prevent cavitation as well as regular oil changes and maintenance. The 4x4 system works as it should and allows full control on and off-road using manual locking hubs and high and low range. With the on-board air system you can air down and drive on the beach in the middle of no where Mexico and be sure to be able to air back up without driving at 30 miles an hour to the nearest Pemex which is 2 hrs away! The roof rack is bolted to a steel frame that is under the fiberglass top. It will carry all your gear and kayaks, surfboards, windsurfers and stuff for an awesome trip with your whole family or group of buddies. You can do pull ups on it and walk around on it without a problem. When you get to the beach, use the floodlights to setup a tent or check the waves. Camper systems all work properly, fridge works great and keeps the beers cold. Powerful power inverter to run your laptop etc. or you could put a small microwave back in, I had one for while but it didn't get much use. Van is fully insulated with fiberglass in the walls, fiberglass and reflective in the ceiling. The doors have storage so not in there. The fan works awesome and creates plenty of cooling flow and you can keep it open when driving. It will automatically shut as well if it rains! All surfaces are easy to clean and hold up to outdoor life well. Are the cabinets as good as an actual Sportsmobile? I guess it depends on the year, they used to use MDF and those reportedly haven't held up so well over the years, these are solid birch and are totally solid. Though SMB has made many more vans and undoubtedly slightly better design as well as fit and finish. Other stuff done in recent years (< 10k miles): New brake master cylinderNew brake boosterBrake lines recently (pads still have plenty of life)2 new fuel caps proper diesel greenHella dual tone hornsNew neutral safety switchNew accelerator cableRebuilt the entire steering system - new steering pump, steering gear and hosesNew fuel hosesNew lift pumpNew custom speedometer cable by Foreign Speedo Inc. San Diego, CA Sounds awesome but what does it need? - Every van needs something!:Rust beginning to form at top of A-pillars, common weakspot on 4x4 vans over timeOne front wheel bearing needs tightening / possibly replacing - new bearing set includedTie-rod ends and fresh alignment - new tie-rod/ends includedFront springs could lose a leaf - are overly stiff unless you are fully loadedRear seat upholstery is starting to tear a bitSome laminate chips on cabinetsCB Radio needs the Firestik antenna re-installed (removed to add solar panel)AC needs recharge and has a leak somewhere, works great when chargedHas rear AC/Heat but heat is not hooked up anymoreReverse camera installed, but no display hooked upFog light wiring needs looking at - currently non-functionalBattery seperator relay seems to connect and disconnect more than it used to when charging (likely just a wiring issue to the controller)Fuel guage is intermittent - if you just look at the highest it goes, you are fine Yes it is older, but almost all rebuilt - Plus everyone knows the '75-'91 body style is the best looking! A lot of van for just $24,500. No hurry to sell, if I have to I will hang onto it and put a pop-top in for the kids to sleep up top! ;-) I have tried to be as complete as possible, I can answer any questions over email or Skype/FaceTime Audio. Van is also available for immediate viewing in San Diego, CA. I will personally be in San Diego Jan 23-25, 2019 to complete the sale and give a complete walk around of all the systems. Thanks for looking! Contact me if interested and actually have the money and family member approvals! Condition: Used, Condition: Very good condition, new drivetrain, tons of recent work, many upgrades, see listing for full description. Ready for adventure!, Year: 1989, Make: Ford, Model: E350 4x4 Camper Van, Length (feet): 20, Mileage: 155000, Sleeping Capacity: 2, Vehicle Title: Clear, Slide Outs: None, Fuel Type: Diesel, For Sale By: Private Seller, Water Capacity (Gallons): 6-10, Deposit amount: 2000.0, Deposit type: 1

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