Lot 304 - 1999 Ford E-450 Motorhome

Lot 304 - 1999 Ford E-450 Motorhome

Lot 304 - 1999 Ford E-450 Motorhome

Lot Number 304
Registration tbc
Chassis Number XHA52717
Engine Number tbc
Odometer reading 55,000 miles
Estimate £14,000 - £17,000

The E-Series, formerly known as the Econoline or Club Wagon is a line of full-size vans or truck chassis from Ford. The line was introduced in 1961 as a compact van and its descendants are still produced today. Although based on its own platform, since 1968, the E-Series has used many components from the F-Series line of pickup trucks. The Econoline is manufactured solely at Ford's Ohio Assembly plant, the Ford E-Series currently holding the majority of the van market in the United States. The Second Generation Ford E-Series revolutionized U.S. van design, by moving the engine to the front under a short bonnet as they had done with the European marketed Transit. These would be the first vans used as the basis for the now popular Class C van cab motorhomes, a class still dominated by Ford. This E-Series also used Ford's 'Twin I-Beam' front suspension design, and was now available with a V8 engine.

This E450 Super duty has a silky smooth Triton V10 petrol engine mated to an automatic transmission with overdrive. This six berth motorhome is luxury on wheels being fitted with heat and air-conditioning, cooker, fridge/freezer, T.V. and a comfortable toilet/shower. Registered and used in the U.S. until March 2011, this motorhome combines comfort, economy and reliability. Having recently been re-trimmed the interior is in excellent condition with much thought gone into the layout. With summer just around the corner, what better way to pass the time away under the awning contemplating where to visit next.

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