Seller Number: 741102. For sale by owner, call Rick 650-269-4325. *** $1000 PRICE REDUCTION -- IF PRICE IS STILL A PROBLEM, MAKE ME AN OFFER***
High-end camper conversion of a 1993 Ford E150 Club Wagon done by Adventurewagen. Designed for comfortable, self-contained camping. Two burner stove and thermostatically-controlled furnace operate on propane; all other appliances powered by two deep cell 6V batteries that get charged by both 20 watt rooftop solar panel and engine alternator. Also has a 15amp AC hook-up that powers all electrical appliances and 2 regular outlets inside.
One owner from new (my father owned it for its first 4 years; I’ve owned it since then), meticulously maintained — have maintenance log, receipts, manuals, etc.
Clean title: Copy of Motor Vehicle Information Report from www.vehiclehistory.gov shown in photo
Only 91,500 original miles and has always lived in a dry climate. No rust or mold.
Cosmetically in very good condition — all original paint and interior. Never been in an accident; only small dent in left rear (that shows in one of the photos.). Interior is like new.
Mechanically in excellent condition. The 4.9L motor was selected for reliability and fuel economy (EPA 18mpg hwy on regular gas)
Items replaced in last 5000 miles:
All 4 tires (fronts are new Michelin Defender LTX M/S)
Front brakes (rear brakes replaced with 69,660 on the odometer)
All batteries (two 6V deep cell and engine battery)
Radiator and coolant
Multi-function switch (wipers and turn signals)
Motorcraft SLP452 platinum spark plugs
Oil and filter changed 1600 miles ago
Other maintenance items:
At 82,362 miles, AC system retrofitted and charged with R134
At 74,916 miles, transmission torque convertor seal replaced along with 10 quarts Mercon 5 fluid
At 69,660, muffler and tailpipe replaced
To improve stability and cornering:
Replaced front stabilizer bar with a beefier 1.25” bar
Added a rear stabilizer bar
Comprehensive user manual with complete operating instructions, e.g., 40 gallon water and gray water valves, propane valve (propane tank is 5.9 gallons), rear seat to bed conversion, furnace, water pump switch and filter, etc.
When not being used for camping, makes for a great utility vehicle for runs to Costco and Home Improvement stores. Also has a heavy duty hitch if you ever need to pull a trailer.
Currently in storage at Tucson RV Storage (near downtown Tucson on 5420 Camino de la Tierra.) I can meet you there if you’d like to see it and drive it.
Note: No built-in toilet but plenty of space between front seats for a porta-potty.
Comes with bedding, pots/pans, dishes, silverware -- everything you need to get started!
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Excluding price changes of less than $100.
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