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    If you looking for the most convenient and comfortable transportation for you or a family member with a wheelchair. This Ford E-Series 350 is filled with modern safety, convenience features, and upgrades that will make travel much, much easier! *Single Driver / User E-350 XLT Super Duty - 2012 *Low Miles = 40K *Flex Fuel capable *Ford's AdvanceTrac RSC traction and stability control system is a definite plus, AdvanceTrac? with RSC? is Ford?s premium electronic stability system that improves vehicle control and stability on all driving surfaces, including snow, ice, gravel, rain-covered roads, and dry pavement. *Self Ratcheting Tie Down system for easy and convenient security of heavy duty wheelchairs No need to pull and tug on the tie downs. It does it on its own. *InterMotive = Intelligent Lift Interlock System *Single Hand controls for Door Opening and Lift System *Custom Front Seat with Slide and Swivel Controls for easy access to Wheelchair and Rear Van access. *Wifi installed and included. Connect with your preferred service provider. *Custom installed Front and Rear additional Super Bright LED light bars for outstanding exterior lighting. *Factory Class 3 towing package *Custom built tool and organizing system to secure your many extras *Ford OEM Rear Bench seat included. Kelly Blue Book gives this Van 4.5 stars! We can coordinate delivery with you! Van needs a new home. Ask any and All questions. $33K
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    Last edited by JMo77; 05-30-2019, 11:24 AM. Reason: adding pictures

  • #2
    I would love to hear feedback from any forum members in regards to the van post. Suggestion box is wide open!

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    • #3
      What's bad is you can't run those high tops threw the automatic car wash. Also those 1 ton vans ride like a lumber wagon. Rode in a few just about broke my back. Hard rides really hurt my back. Also those vans had timing chain problems which cost about 5 grand to get fixed. That ford engine was bad at that. The pentastar v6 engine has the same problem to. Wish they go back to the pushrod engine. JMO for what's it's worth.
      Art

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      • #4
        New price = $29K

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        • #5
          I still think your price is too high. Depreciation on adaptive vans is VERY steep. Check out similar vehicles on Disabled Dealer (and this may also be a good place to advertise yours).

          http://www.disableddealer.com/

          (KLD)
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          • #6
            or blvd.com


            I sold mine on craigslist the same day I post it in the atlanta ga area

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            • #7
              Hello Art!
              1. I would agree with you on not running them through the car wash. An option would be a good mobile car washer. Company shows up and interior exterior. Done!
              2. I drove this yesterday. I do agree that Fords, especially the older trucks would ride stiff. Maybe this is the lucky one. It rides really smooth.
              3. Havent had any issues with motor!
              Thanks for the response!

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              • #8
                Thank you for the tip!

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                • #9
                  I posted the van on blvd and the approval process has taken a long time. thank you for the suggestion.

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                  • #10
                    I wish vans like these were made with out high top. Can't go in parking decks.

                    Also, lowered floor ramp vans are ridiculous. Why not have full air bag suspension that lowers van to the ground? Of course you'd have to duck your head and recline seat back but that's better than a jacked up van that's easy to roll over crash.
                    I'm looking for a plain full size (not extended) van that I can air bag the suspension and have a side ramp or lift installed in rear and not air bag suspension.

                    AMG (same GM co. that made Hummer) made a small SUV like vehicle with ramp. A factory made from the ground up wheel chair vehicle.
                    Sales weren't impressive so they were only made a few years. Cheaper than cut/lowered floor vans. Some were used as handicap taxi's.
                    Wish someone would make them again.
                    Attack life, it's going to kill you anyway
                    Steve Mcqueen (Mr Cool)

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                    • #11
                      The AMG couldn't be modified so a W/C driver could drive so never was popular. For passenger only. In the olden days, the space between the front seats were wider. We paras could transfer thru the side doors, pull our chairs in and push up between the seats into the drivers seat. Only handcontrols were needed. Had 1 1/2" memory foam in the back covered by carpet. Used to be referred as "Shaggin' Wagons". My favorite was the '85 Astro van. Foam and carpet for the floor, paneled roof and sides. Did a lot of shaggin' for sure.

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                      • #12
                        I think that's what killed the AMG, lack of seat options. I wanted one with 2 seats up front. I am quad but can go/walk/waddle from power chair to passenger or driver seat. If they had offered 3 seating options, 2 regular seats up front, drive from wheel chair, or wheel chair in passenger position, it would have had a larger market attraction. The cheap interior didn't help sales but being more mobile would have made that a minor issue for me. Some used units can be found with a search but they are asking too much for them, especially if you need them modified for seating. Parts and service is an issue as well.
                        Astro's, really liked them. Reminds me of my favorite van, 1974 Chev full size (SWB). Twas back in the day when panel vans had murals, shag carpet, mood lights, and 8 track playing Doobie Brothers.
                        Ahh, if I knew then what I know now, I would have done more then than I can do now.
                        Attack life, it's going to kill you anyway
                        Steve Mcqueen (Mr Cool)

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                        • #13
                          Had a Ford vn with the shag carpet and mural on the side of a sailing sloop.Had a CB radio and quadraphonic stereo. ALso had a '76 1 ton Chevy. It was my favorite too. Astro was the most convenient. Was great when we went to State and National w/c games as we just slept in our vans. The mood lights, yep can't forget them.

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                          • #14
                            The Triton Motor

                            Originally posted by JMo77 View Post
                            Hello Art!
                            1. I would agree with you on not running them through the car wash. An option would be a good mobile car washer. Company shows up and interior exterior. Done!
                            2. I drove this yesterday. I do agree that Fords, especially the older trucks would ride stiff. Maybe this is the lucky one. It rides really smooth.
                            3. Havent had any issues with motor!
                            Thanks for the response!
                            They had a lot of problems with blow out spark plugs and timing chain problems. There is a lot about the problems with that engine just check it out on You Tube videos. Why I traded mine in when it got up to 50,00 miles. Wished they would have just stayed with the old pushrod motor. They all build stuff to brake down now days no matter what you buy. Sad really. A person does not know what to buy today. I bought the dodge 2012 mini van with the lifetime warranty. Has already paid for the warranty twice over. I like the old ford van just hate that Triton motor is all. JMO. They don't make the engine any longer as they don't make the E vans anymore either. Big mistake by ford IMO. Having someone come out and wash your van if you can afford it all the time. I sure cant. Why I bought the mini van cause you can run them threw automatic cars washers most the time. Hate that van cause I always had the full size vans. Really miss the full size vans for sure.
                            Art

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                            • #15
                              New price = $21k

                              [QUOTE=JMo77;1879728]New price = $21K

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