Fully-loaded E-Series Ambulance Looking to be Rescued
Having served its small Virginia community for a couple of years, 2004 E-350 ambulance is ready to continue its duties elsewhere.
Some of the toughest jobs any Ford can do is in the service of first responders. Whether it’s a Police Interceptor Utility Hybrid looking for mass shooters, an F-250 providing support at a five-alarm fire, or an E-Series ambulance ferrying patients to the emergency room, we simply can’t thank Ford enough for helping our first responders perform their civic duties to their absolute best.
And should there be any first responders in need of a new ambulance for their fleet, we happened upon this 2004 E-350 ambulance on Craigslist awaiting transfer from its former post in Keysville, Virginia, a small town over an hour southwest of the state capital, Richmond.
The current owner bought the E-350 ambulance a couple of years ago with only 20,000 miles on its powertrain at the time. The private company using the E-Series closed up shop a while ago, having dropped around 65,000 more miles in those two years of service.
The E-350 ambulance has all it needs for its next post, including strobe lights, inverter, and everything else needed to give EMTs enough time to bring their patient into the ER alive and stabilized.
If nothing else, the low price for this E-350 ambulance — $9,750 — shouldn’t hurt the budget of small ambulance operations. Long may this ambulance continue to save lives wherever it goes next.