4x4x15: 2002 Ford E350 Quigley 4×4 Van – $6,600

Dec 2019 | Classifinds, Free For All Friday

Harking back to our former “Four By Friday” theme is this 2002 Ford Econoline E350 15 Passenger Wagon just posted Thursday here on Craigslist in Toms River, New Jersey. The current caretaker is asking $6,600 for 4×4 equipped window van which relying on the NADA Guides Classic Car Online Valuation Tool as a proxy shows the “Low”, “Average”, and “High” retail value range for a two wheel drive version to be $2,150, $2,800, and $4,825, respectively.  If you are serious about buying this Van you can start the conversation by calling the private seller Chip at 732-598-3439.

American truck manufacturers have never shown any interest offering four-wheel-drive versions of their full-size vans, citing too small of a market. That’s where Quigley Motor Company steps in. This OEM company created a nice niche for themselves converting Ford, GMC, and more recently Nissan vans and “cut-a-way” chassis (the front cab-only vans used in motor home and big box conversions) to four wheel drive. While the bulk of Quigley’s business is for commercial companies, they also do a fair number of consumer conversions each year.

The seller’s description of this van is very limited.  Most Quigley conversions we’ve come across are on windowless panel vans, so we’re very curious to learn who originally needed a 15 passenger van equipped with four wheel drive in the Tri-State Area.  You’ll need to check with the seller, but we’re assuming a window van this big came equipped with rear HVAC and that all of the seats are still included.  If you need to take you and 14 of your friends or family members off-road, you can’t do much better than this E350.  Good luck with the purchase!

Here’s the seller’s description:

“For Sale is my 2002 ford e350 Quigley 4×4. Locking hubs. 5.4L 2v V8. Runs and drives great. Some rust on rockers but overall a very solid truck. Clean NJ title in hand. Any questions call or text

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