800 Derita Road, Ste. A
With a fuel-injected V8 motor, overdrive transmission, full custom interior, and a ton of amenities, this 1997 Ford Econoline Crown Coaches conversion van can be your ideal all-around road trip machine. But you can also see that this ultra-low mileage machine is also set up to be a useful wheelchair accessible vehicle.
This is a one-owner van with only about 5,500 miles on the odometer. And you can see this level of less use and good care in the brightness of the white paint and the completeness of the full stripe package. It really has the look of a premium machine with bright chrome bumpers, great-looking alloys, and a full body kit with integrated steps and fender flares.
And of course, the custom roof gives this a sleek silhouette while making extra room inside.
The interior is currently set up for you to decide how you would like to use the van. The middle row captain's chairs are present, not currently secured, but the new owner should be able to handle this with minimal effort and basic hand tools. That is because they were taken out to use the wheelchair lift with the van. If your plans are just for a standard road trip conversion van, then the lift can be removed and you can have a full interior. No matter how you choose to use this van, you'll appreciate how they used a loaded Ford for a base. That means great features like power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, cup holders, a tilt steering column, an AM/FM stereo w/cassette (including a separate one for the rear,) a driver airbag, and cold-blowing air conditioning with separate rear controls. Regency raises the roof on these vans to make it easier to stand up. This custom top also allows for built-in ambient lighting, storage cubbies, and a TV entertainment system high enough for the back seats to feel like a mini theater. The rear bench seat is specifically built to power fold flat into a bed. So this is already set up to be your home away from home. Plus, it's great for everything from tailgating to long-haul trips.
A loaded Ford van also means hardy Ford V8 power under the hood. The fuel-injected 5.4-liter motor is a great powerhouse as the established truck version of the hardy modular V8. And with such low mileage on this van, the engine bay has the clean look of new. Plus, all the best easy driving features are already part of this package. It includes a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, power disc brakes, power steering, and cruise control.
This conversion and wheelchair access van offers a ton of versatility in quite a handsome package. So at an affordable price like this, you know you need to hurry on this deal. Call now!
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