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1993 Ford E350 4x4 7.3L Diesel Ambulance 23K mles

1993 Ford E-Series Van

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: E-Series Van
Type: Van Camper
Year: 1993
Mileage: 23000
VIN: 1FDJS34M0PHB57211
Color: White
Engine: 7.3L Diesel
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Diesel
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Safety: Driver Airbag
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States
Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
4-Wheel Drive, CD Player

Description for Ford E-Series Van 1993

This is an incredible and very rare unit that we have to offer today. if you are looking at it, you most likley already know what it is. But just in case:

First of all what it is:1993 Ford Econoline E350 1 Ton Van with the Ambulance Conversion. This unit has the 7.3L Diesel Motor. and a Quigley 4x4 conversion. Yes it is very rare to find a unit like this, but the even more amazing part are the miles. only 23,000 original miles. This unit has all of the standard Ford amenities like Cruise Control, Tilt Wheel, Power windows, and locks, Cold AC, and Am Fm Cassette. Everything works as it should.

Mechanically:This thing runs and drives like a 23K mile unit should. The motor starts right up, runs strong, the trans shifts nice and firmly into all the gears, acceleration is good, the steering is solid and straight, the exhaust is quiet, the brakes are excellent with no noises, or pulsations. The suspension is about as nice and silky smooth as a lumber wagon, as one would expect from a 1 ton 4s4 van, but has no noises squeaks and everything is tight. I would not be afraid to get in this and drive it across country today.

Other mechanical notables, Front and rear sway bars, front steering stabilizer, Sterling 10.25 Rear end with 4:10 Limited Slip and front Dana 60. New front brakes, Brand new 265/70/16 AT Tires load range E.
Heavy duty Ambulance package so extra cooling for the engine and trans, huge 140 amp alternator with dual batteries.

Ascetically:It is pretty amazing for a 26 year old vehicle, there is Zero Rust on this unit. The paint and stripes are original and looks amazing. It has not had an accident, the chrome is shiny, the bumpers have some minor use dings, but are straight and very nice. the interior is extremely clean, smells good, and looks like it could be put back in service tomorrow. The underneath has been painted black, not to hide anything just to make it look better. As you can really never say that the underneath is rust free, because inevitably someone will say, "there is some browning on the leaf spring, That is Rust" With that in mind I can say that the underneath is very rust free. It still has factory primer on the underside, the frame is extremely clean. as well as everything else. Overall very impressive condition.

The Ambulance:This is a "Wheeled Coach" Ambulance conversion. It appears that very little if nothing has been done to alter the ambulance items after it was retired. Lots of lights. buttons and switches. Some work, some do not. It is supposed to charge the batteries when plugged into shore power but that does not work. I can get most of the switches to work that turns on the lights buy grounding the relays. When I do that ALL of the lights outside and inside will work. The vacuum pump will come on, the exhaust fan works. Overall I feel that it would not take the right person long to make this into a serviceable rescue unit again but I am not messing with any of the wiring. The person that buys this will most likley make their own Class B Camper Van out of it and remove most of that stuff anyways. So it is sold as is.

The Story. This unit came from Virginia and was only used when a 4x4 rescue was required or an extra ambulance was needed. While not in use it was stored in their climate controlled facility. Thus, the low miles and the incredible condition. It was then purchased by a volunteer fireman on 01/24/2019 with 19,904 miles on, and he used it to move trailers around his propriety. I purchased this from him ad it now has 23,000 miles on it.
Now that we have it:We got it in, did a full clean and detail, put the brand new tires on it, oil change, complete mechanical inspection, it has the winch bumper but no winch. so we installed a brand new 12,000# badlands Winch. the emergency light bar up top was broken so we removed that and added a 52" LED Light bar and a couple more on the front bumper.
There will be a detailed video on this unit in the next day or so as well so watch for that. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.

This is a NO RESERVE AUCTION, If you have 5 or less feed back you must contact me before bidding or your bid will be canceled.

Darrin Tosh
D&L Auto SalesGrand Rapids, Michigan.

On Jun-08-19 at 14:41:24 PDT, seller added the following information:

On Jun-11-19 at 04:18:51 PDT, seller added the following information:

As Promised, here is the You Tube Video!

On Jun-11-19 at 04:33:22 PDT, seller added the following information:

This unit has dual batteries, the one on the passenger side was a little small, and we felt that both batteries were weak. So yesterday we replaced both batteries with brand new Interstate Batteries that are the correct size. The drivers side battery is a deep cycle as well.

Also in the video where I am talking about the spare tire. It sounded like I stated that the spare will be put on a rear bumper carrier. It will not. What I was trying to say is that most likley the next owner would put that on a bumper carrier because of the oversize tire. Again We will have a brand new spare tire installed on the rim. If it fits underneath we will put it there, if not it will be inside the van.

Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns and thank you for all of the interest and inquiries that we have had so far.

On Jun-13-19 at 19:10:21 PDT, seller added the following information:

Thank you for all of the interest, emails, phone calls and bidding. I have had a few questions about any additional fees since we are a car lot, and shipping.
If you purchase this unit from outside Michigan and have it shipped to you, there are no additional fees. Just the high bid purchase price. You will receive a clear title assigned to you, and Michigan RD108 that will allow you to get it licensed, titled in your name and you pay sales tax at that time.
If you are planning on flying in and driving this unit back home. We are happy to pick you up anytime from the airport, It is GRR and its only 20 min from our shop.You will pay the high bid price.$155.00 Michigan States paperwork fee.6% Sales Tax. (you do not pay sales tax again in your home state)
$10.00 30 day temporary plate fee.We will supply you with all of the paperwork to legally drive to your home state and get it licensed and titled in you name.
You will need proof of insurance.
We buy and sell these units all over the united states and work with a great shipping company, that are used to shipping these types of units for us I would be happy to get you a shipping quote from them. They do a great job for us and are fully licensed and insured.

Please submit a $500.00 upon the winning bid of the auction thru PayPal or contact me to make arrangements. This is non refundable. The auctions says full payment in 7 days, somehow that got changed as we normally require 5 days. I would assume that the winning bidder is excited about getting this Bad Ass Rig and would want to pay asap and get it in their hands as quick as possible. I am willing to help out the winning bidder with any logistics needed.

The new spare tire came in today and will be mounted on the rim tomorrow.
That's it for now, Please let me know if anyone has any other questions or concerns. Thanks!