Really nice, dependable Ford E-350 Super Duty work van, full bulkhead, racks !

  • Make: Ford
  • Model: E-Series Van
  • SubModel: E-350 Super Duty
  • Type: Van Camper
  • Trim: E-350 Super Duty
  • Year: 2006
  • Mileage: 191,557
  • VIN: 1FTSE34L26HA78872
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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2006 Ford E-Series Van E-350 Super Duty Description

Best Ford work van on eBay? You decide! I'm a trusted eBay seller since 1998.... have sold various personal vehicles on eBay motors over the years with 100% perfect feedback and have over 3500 auctions on the main site, same perfect feedback. Relatively late model, and still tons of life left in it. Can be seen in Beloit, WI about 1 1/4 hrs from Chicago, Milwaukee or Madison. Runs like a swiss watch, as they say. In all weather. I bought this van from my painter to use for rebuilding and property maintenence on several duplexes since Spring. He only sold it as he needed a trailer instead.
Major work is tapering off and I don't really see keeping it thru winter. Have been using it several times a week this past 8-9 months, a no-problem vehicle. Starts and runs well, no oil leaks and does not burn oil. Cole AC and great heater too. Has a decent aftermarket stereo CD player but I seem to recall the CD player doesn't work. Has a pair of USA made heavy duty ( I think WeatherGuard) aluminum roof racks. Has a full, Adrian Steel USA bulkhead and trays-compartments system, with many other trays and dividers not shown included. Floor has been plywooded. Has a security lock on rear doors. Has a VERY heavy duty, 10-12,000 lb chassis-mounted USA made U-Haul hitch mounted that comes with a step (shown) and a couple massive 2" drop bars and balls (not shown). No broken glass.
Good tires with life left. Clear title (not salvage!) I removed the torn up driver's seat and replaced it with a very nice cloth one from the passenger series vans from an eBay seller in IL who parts out these Fords. I bought nice rubber floor mats to put down but still haven't, you get them. To make more room and speed up my work I removed the vinyl passenger seat and stored it with several more Adrian Steel cargo racks and a whole box of compartment dividers that came with it, you get these items also (not shown in pictures). I can get my table saw on stand up there easily (and I'm only 5-4") leaving room in the van for full sized items like appliances or doors.Makes parts runs easy.
I also put in a new heavy duty battery from Blaines' here in WI. that still has a long warranty to go. I added new look-alike hubcaps similar to OEM hubcaps on the E series passenger vans. There is one dished in dent about eight by four at the passenger rear side by the bumper. Van has considerably less rust and corrosion than typical Ford E-series vans you see around here. At one point I carefully sanded, primed, and repainted all rust areas, but some are starting to show again. There is little to no penetration through the body with the exception of the bottom of one of the swing-out doors on the side and small areas alongside and maybe in the areas under plastic trim from inside where you step down. I meant to get to it with auto body filler but never did.
The engine electrical is good but the + and - battery guage on the instrument panel has a loose floppy needle bottomed out. The other lights and gauges seem fine. Past week or so I occasionally and intermittently get a flickering brake light that rarely stays on, for long, or can start up that way and then go off. The previous owner had replaced one of the brakes, I don't know front or rear, so I don't know if this means the other is showing enough wear to trigger it. Van stops perfectly, no braking issues, also no alignment issures and runs fine from slow to highway speed without pulling to one side or the other. I replaced headlights (both) as one had a crack.
I trust this van and would not hesitate to get in it and drive it anywhere in the USA from here (frozen Wisconsin) leaving tonight just as it is. Especially if that were somewhere warm! That being said this is a used vehicle and I am not a mechanic or expert so I can't predict any needed or recommended work, or anything that might happen to a used vehicle. Thanks for looking. Steve