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2001 Ford E-350 Motorhome with 72k miles! - $35,000 (Eugene)

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condition: excellent
cylinders: 10 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 72000
paint color: white
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: bus
So many features on this adventure rig! Interior is 6'3" standing height for cooking, walking around, yoga, etc. I designed the interior to off set the claustrophobia of living in a small space. Open living area with minimal build out accomplished this well. When you're in the woods and take all the window covers down it feels very open with 360 views!

Technicals:
ENGINE: The motor is the gas V10 Triton, and I've done the difficult spark plug and coil on pack swap job. It runs perfectly. Runs great, goes up mountains. Transmission is the automatic and shifts smooth with no issues. Chassis is the dually rear, which makes it much more stable, tires are good.

SOLAR: 400 watts of solar panels on the roof, with a 200ah lithium house battery, 12V fuse box and a 1500 watt inverter with AC plugs in the kitchen, garage and living room. I have a DC to DC charger in house that charges the house battery while driving in case there is no sun.

HEAT: Diesel heater with auxiliary tank mounted under the truck.

COOLING: Two truck run AC units, and a standalone 120V space AC that runs on solar. Ceiling fan with in/out and multi speeds, Maxxair, with the rain protective cover. This was the best model money can buy.

WATER: 42 gallon water tank inside the interior bench, with electric water pump, accumulator, plumbed to sink, all PEX. 21 gallon gray catch tank under the rear frame from sink drain.

STORAGE: PLENTY of on board storage in the cabinets, front area, bench and under the bed. The bed frame hinges up, and the entire under bed storage is available from inside the space.
I have plenty of additional garage items available like tools for oil changes, etc. All the doors windows and locks work. The rear "garage" door makes for easy exterior access to tools, etc.

COOKING: Propane cook top, tank mounted under the frame. Mini fridge in the kitchen running on AC inverter. Deep sink in the kitchen because nobody likes doing dishes in a shallow sink, haha!

WINDOWS: I paid a seamstress to produce custom fit insulated window covers for all the glass.

LIGHTING: LED strip lighting throughout, and under the bed.

EXTRAS: Rear mounted air compressor for pumping toys, tires, etc. Added upgraded stereo and speakers to the Ford cab, also have a chargeable bluetooth boombox for camp site music and charging phones.

Bed frame is a 4 inch queen memory foam mattress. Very comfortable, only used for one long summer, and an additional six week trip.

I spent the better part of six months sanding and repainting the exterior.
There is a two inch tow hitch with a bike rack that can take up to four bikes. One bike on there now, comes with the bus!

Most common questions answered here:
I prefer not to handle my own feces, so I did not put an on board composting toilet.
Instead when I'm in the woods I bury my poop, and when in town I use Starbucks restrooms.

I put a heavy duty trash bag lined 5 gallon emergency bucket with a toilet seat on it in storage just in case, and have never used it. Buyer could easily fit a nice composting toilet in the bench storage area if you wanted that.

For showering, the sink faucet can double as an outdoor shower when in the woods.
Otherwise I cover all the windows, heat up some water and sponge bathe inside, rinse off hair in the sink. My girlfriend got a Planet Fitness membership for $20/month and uses their showers as well for shaving legs, etc. We enjoyed the spa day in the woods the most out of all the options.

When can you see it?
Great question. Right now I am at my place on Maui for the Winter, and the bus is parked in RV storage in Redmond.
Serious buyers can merit me flying in to show the bus, especially with a small deposit. If you don't have the money please don't waste my time and energy.

I worked my ass off to learn these systems, create a fully custom build and put it all together, and I'm happy to pass along the knowledge I've gained. I've driven thousands of miles in this rig. If you're serious, and can prove you have the money, let's talk, let's go camping, and send this beauty off to her new family!

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