Asking Price: $19,900
Key Camper Facts
- Model Year: 1993
- Trim / Maker: E150
- Odometer: 89,900
- Engine: 6 cylinder
- Transmission: Automatic
- Ad Source: Craigslist
- Location: Tucson, Arizona
- Contact Name: Not Provided
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- Email: See Link Below
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Very high-end camper conversion of a Ford E150 Clubwagon 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 15amp AC hook-up if you ever want to camp with the elephants.)
One owner from new (my father owned it for its first 4 years; I’ve owned it since then), meticulously maintained — have receipts and original Ford window sticker with description, EPA, etc.
Clean title: Motor Vehicle Information Report from www.vehiclehistory.gov obtained April 5, 2019
Only 89,900 original miles and has always lived in a dry climate.
Cosmetically in very good condition — all original paint, teak interior and cloth interior. Never been in an accident; only a love tap in left rear from an invisible mailbox.
Mechanically in excellent condition. The 4.9L inline 6 cylinder motor was selected for reliability and fuel economy (EPA 18mpg hwy on regular gas although observed highway cruising is more like 16mpg due to additional weight of camper; total weight is 5940lbs.) The 4.9L motor has legendary reliability — used for many years by UPS as their engine-of-choice.
Items replaced in last 5000 miles:
All 4 tires (fronts are brand 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)
Oil and filter just changed
Other maintenance items in past 20,000 miles:
At 82,362 miles, AC system retrofitted for R134 and charged
At 74,916 miles, transmission torque convertor seal replaced by Ford dealer, and 10 quarts of Mercon 5 added
At 69,660, replaced muffler and tailpipe
To improve stability and cornering:
Added an aftermarket rear anti-sway bar
Replaced front bar with a beefier 1.25” anti-sway bar
Also added a class 3 hitch rated for 6000lb trailer
I have composed a 4 page single-space typed document with comprehensive operating instructions, e.g., 40 gallon water and gray water valves, propane valve, rear seat to bed conversion, furnace, water pump switch and filter, etc.)
The only reason I’m selling this beloved camper van is because my wife resigned from camping, and it pains me to see the camper not get used. Want it to go to a new owner who can appreciate its classic driving and camping experience.
Can come see/drive it at either my home in Saddlebrooke (north Tucson) or Tucson RV Storage (near downtown Tucson.)