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New to the group. Picture of my new toy. 1991 E350 Cabriolet Cruiser. 7.3L Diesel, 54,000 original miles. New tires, fifth wheel, Roof mounted Air Spoiler. Runs and rides like a dream, super clean. Has a 65 gallon Transferflow aux tool box tank combo. Only flaw is some rust on the rain gutters over front doors. Hope I didn't pay too much $5995.00.
those are a rare model!
looks like a nice truck, what do you plan to use it for? is that interior set up as a camper or otherwise? they seem to be the perfect combo for towing a non-RV 5th wheel or gooseneck trailer on multiple-day trips, but otherwise are just hard to find the perfect use for
looks to be in great shape!
If I'm not mistaken weren't those usually part of a package kinda deal, a somewhat large and luxurious travel trailer included? I've seen a few few pulling mulit-horse trailers to big-buck horse shows, dubbed Cowboy Cadillac's. A horse breeder friend has the Chevrolet version w/454 engine---it passes everything except a gas station. His interior rivals any conversion van--seats 4 adults in captains chairs, quite comfy.
For just sheer towing power you got a great deal, especially with that low mileage on the clock. If you plan on keeping this a few years I've have a competent body shop check the roof rust, especially in the location you describe. Those can be problem areas if not addressed. The down side of that is most of the roof-mounted visor, running lights and air damn would need to be removed first for a good solid repair. Still worth that effort though.
Getting ready to upgrade my 20ft pull camper to a 5th wheel toy hauler. Needed something to pull it and didn't want to sell my soul to get the money for a new vehicle.
From evidence we found we believe it originally pulled a horse trailer
Those are the rare Centurion Econoline RV haulers. I'd love one of those things to become an RV hauler later on with it.
That has "class" written all over it
1990 Ford F250 4x4, ZF5, L/S 4.10, N/A 7.3L Diesel, 568,808km/377,497 miles, still on the original clutch!
1989 Ford F150 300-6, C6, 2.73, 127,000km/79,000 miles.
1987 Ford E350 26ft. Motorhome, N/A 6.9L Diesel, C6, 3.54, 265,000km/166,000 miles.
1985 Ford E350 Ext Van, 6.9L Diesel, C6, 4.11, 658,000km/411k miles
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