1996 Ford Econoline E350 Quigley 4x4 1 ton van, 7.5L-460ci, AC, 4WD

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: E-Series Van
  • SubModel: cargo
  • Type: cargo van
  • Trim: E350
  • Year: 1996
  • Mileage: 201,000
  • VIN: 1ftje34g0tha35707
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 460ci/7.5L
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Safety options: Driver Airbag
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Interested? Contact seller!

1996 Ford E-Series Van E350 Description

1996 Ford E350 van that was converted to 4WD by Quigley when it was new. Has right at 200k miles and runs, drives, shifts, and stops very good. Steers straight going down the road. All the instruments and controls and 4wd work properly. I am unsure if the 460 has ever been rebuilt but it runs excellent, has lots of torque, and makes no noises or smoke. There is a little bit of leakage on the bottom of the oil pan but not enough to drip. The axles are both Dana 60's with 4:10 gearing and the rear is a limited slip. There is an exhaust leak at the passenger side manifold to y-pipe connection that isn't too loud and bothersome except at high RPM like when you really step on it. Exhaust from converter back appears to be fairly new. The AC blows cold and the compressor appears to be fairly new. The radiator looks to be a replacement also and the battery is a red top Optima less than a year old. All 4 shocks have been replaced at some time. Has receiver hitch and a round 7 pin trailer harness connector with brake controller on the dash.
Original seats have been replaced with buckets of unknown origin that work okay but it would be nice to put Ford van seats back in it. Manual windows and locks. Aftermarket Boss head unit that sounds decent with speakers in each front door and 6x9 speakers in each of the rear doors. One bench seat - cargo area is completely empty otherwise. Windows on side doors have the latch that allows them to tilt out at the bottom for ventilation so no need to install a roof vent that is prone to leaking.
Tires are LT285/75R16 and all in great shape. Definity Dakota AT2 on the front with approximately 75% tread left and Pirelli Scorpion ATR on the rear with approximately 85%. tread left. I believe the aluminum wheels are original Ford wheels and would look really nice polished up.
Body has some mostly minor dents - front left fender, both rear corners, bottom of front side door. Van does have some surface rust on the undercarriage but it is not too bad and nothing is rusted through. The only body rot is in front of and behind the passenger side rear wheel which has been previously patched but really should be properly repaired, and a little bit of bubbling in front of the driver side rear wheel. There are also 2 small areas on the floor between the rear wheelwells that have rusted through. Looks like someone had something bolted through the floor there but didn't do anything to protect the metal from corrosion. All the doors open, close, latch, unlatch, lock, and unlock properly. All body panels line up nicely. There are no cracks in the windshield.
I just replaced the front anti-sway bar bushings after taking the photos. Also, the exhaust leak mentioned above should be repaired. No spare tire or jack included.
The van must be paid for in cash and picked up in Charlotte, NC within 7 days of end of auction. I have a clean and clear title in my name ready to be signed over to the winning bidder after payment. $500 deposit through Paypal due within 24 hours of end of auction. If you win the van, pay the deposit, and then do not wish to purchase it upon seeing it at time of pickup, I will refund $400 since ebay charges me $100 to list it. If you win the van, pay the deposit, then do not come to pick it up, you forfeit the $500 deposit. Contact me for any further details on the van.

On Jul-19-17 at 17:22:05 PDT, seller added the following information:

To clarify above regarding the exhaust leak: I have no plans to have it repaired. I was simply reiterating the need for that repair so that bidders take that into account. Most likely, the end of the y-pipe will need to be cut off and replaced with a piece with new flange, and the 2 bolts threaded into the end of the manifold replaced. Straightforward work for a muffler shop with a lift and forming & welding equipment, but not an easy diy repair.