Asking Price: $5,200
Key Camper Facts
- Model Year: 2006
- Trim / Maker: Econoline E350
- Odometer: 215,000
- Engine: See Below
- Transmission: Automatic
- Ad Source: Craigslist
- Location: Bedford-Stuyvesant, New York
- Contact Name: Not Provided
- Phone: See Link Below
- Email: See Link Below
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Roger is a 2006 Ford Econoline (E350) with just over 215K miles. We have owned Roger for a little over one year; my wife and I spent three months traveling across the US and Canada. Roger is a champ, and never let us down — not even the blazing sun of July in West Texas! We’ve treated him well, with all oil changes and maintenance performed on-time. New York State inspection is good through July 2020. My wife and I are selling because we’ve opted for a larger van.
We are the fourth owners, and I’d estimate that over 75% of Roger’s miles come from highway driving. (First owner was Delaware State, and used as a people mover; second owner was a man who did over-the-highway deliveries; third owners were a young couple that did the conversion and took Roger for a summer road trip.)
I’ve kept paperwork from all work done.
— Full size bed with clean mattress, memory foam topper, and covered with a mattress protector (for the entire duration of ownership).
— Off-grid ready: 100W solar panel, charge controller, secondary battery (mounted underneath), 750W inverter.
— Evaporation fridge (note that this isn’t a conventional fridge — it uses far less energy, and uses a different method of cooling than your kitchen fridge. Note that in extremely hot weather, performance diminishes. We mostly used it for keeping drinks cold, not for food.
— All windows except for driver, passenger, and windshield has limo tints professionally installed. This keeps the van much cooler, help a lot with stealth camping, and added privacy. Was $500 to install. We also made some white curtains, and the previous owner custom-cut some bug netting for rear doors and side doors, which we loved.
— Door swings out and there’s a fold-out table that snaps onto the door for an outdoor cooking surface.
— Tires have plenty of tread left. Were rotated as recommended throughout my ownership.
— AmazonBasics safe included and bolted underneath bed.
— Rust: You won’t think this is a northeast van. Underside is super clean. Some rusting on body, though, toward rear panel (see pics.)
— Storage: tons underneath the beds, accessible from front and back. Five wooden storage containers that we stained and sealed.
— Tow package (I’ve never used it)
— We’ll also include: a portable toilet (never been used! :), Coleman camping stove, one propane cylinder, two 5 gallon containers, Thule rack on top.
— AC could use a look-over if you plan to drive in very hot weather. The air blows cold, but could be colder.
— There’s a sensor fault for the RSC (traction control.) I’ve brought it to two mechanics, who both said it would be a costly repair. Since it’s just a sensor and has never impacted driving performance, I decided not to get it repaired.
— Passenger’s side door was opened on a steep incline, and over-extended a bit. Door creaks when it opens, and doesn’t extend fully. I’m sure it’s an easy repair, I just haven’t had the time to fix.
Email me if you want to check it out! Flexible on meeting you in NYC or LI, just want to give Roger a good home for his next adventure 🙂