This is an excellent condition, barely used, last year of the well-loved Econoline series
of vans from Ford.  I am the third owner and purchased it with less than 10,000 miles on
it.  I took the van and fully reconditioned and outfitted it to be the awesome
overland/camping/adventure van you see here at a cost approaching $35,000 on top of
the price of the truck itself.  No accidents and with a clean Utah title in my name. Perfect
outdoor vehicle as it has a fully rubber floor and pleather seats, both of which can easily
cleaned.  It can be outfitted as a 12-person van but at present I have unclipped the rear
row of seats (included in sale) and installed a lightweight, easily removable rack to store
gear on and it now seats 8 plus tons of stuff.  I’ve included a link to a dropbox of many
pics and videos of the van showing details and how we used/outfitted it for our needs
just to give you an idea.  (please note: 2 crossbars will be included but some of the
accessories will not be included. ie: tools, winch accessories, rack accessories.) Here
are the highlights of this amazing adventure van:

5.4L Triton V8 with 4-speed transmission
4×4 conversion done by Advanced 4×4 in Salt Lake City (4 wheel HI and LOW)
New front springs to give better ride
Warn Locking front hubs
Adjustable front Rancho shocks
4-inch lift
17 x 8.5 Method VEX wheels (5)
Cooper Discovery XLT AT3 tires (5)
Aluminess front bumper with D-rings
Custom front 2in receiver mounted under the front bumper
Warn winch VR10-S (synthetic line)

LED headlights, driving lights, light bar
Hella Fog lights (yellow)
Bushwacker wheel flares
Aluminess side steps
Aluminess rear tire carrier
Drawtight hitch with wiring
5STAR tuning tunes for 91 and 88 octane (also correction for tires and shift points)
2x Thule crossbars
Custom driver seat bracket set for recline position
Front seat covers
Rear view backup camera
Sony CARPLAY/Bluetooth/Tuner 6 speaker stereo
Custom light switches with USB plug-ins
“cigarette lighter” wired in rear to handle big amp accessories (ie: ARB fridge, pumps,
etc)
White paint is in excellent shape
35% window tint
AC and heat both work well
Cruise control
All keys
LOTS of cupholders, outlets for electronics, and interior storage
All maintenance is up to date
I wouldn’t hesitate to drive this vehicle cross-country over varied terrain as it sits.  My
family loaded this down and pulled our pop-up and RV many times with ZERO issues all
across the western US.  Great thing about having a FORD vs a Sprinter/LT40/etc is

availability of parts nationwide in hard to get to places and it’s reliability due to it’s
overall simplicity.   It is comfortable and spacious and will provide many years of fun for
whomever buys it.  Keep it as is or use it as a starting point for your dream vehicle!