These were formerly contracted onto the Ohio freeway safety patrol program, a new contractor won the contract late November 2014 and the vans were brought to us early 2015 for storage.
This van runs and lot drives, A/C works. Tires are decent, one has a slow leak. I see no reason why you would not be able to drive this home, I drove 2 of these vans from here to N Carolina a couple years ago. The mileage is most likely not accurate, the company was resetting the odometers, as I believe the program had a mileage limit. Most of these older vans have had the engines and transmissions replaced, and the rear ends rebuilt. The vans were maintained monthly, and most of the major work was done at Ford dealerships. The van has 1 new starting battery, it will need the second smaller battery before winter. ABS light is on, I believe it is the front sensors with rust buildup (the sensors read off of fins in the back of the rotor). Brakes work fine. Front end is tight.
Only real issue is the body damage. I was working on repairing it, I got to the point that I realized it would not be perfect (the very corner under the light is pushed out some) and stopped. The body filler can be finished, or a cut off corner be welded on. I have another bumper and bumper box that goes with this, and the tail light is in the truck. Other than the body damage, the body is pretty good. It was not originally an Ohio truck, was transferred from Massachusetts. The floor in the back is dirty and grimy.
Front & rear Code 3 light bars, rear Arrow-Stik, auxiliary gas tank, water tank, CB, scanner, trans temp gauge. Cloth seats look like new under covers. Nice van - all the equipment there. This has lots of shelves, an electric air compressor and tank (for filling tires), water tank and pump, a gasoline tank underneath for storing gas for roadside use with a pump, and a diesel pump from the main tank. Also has quick connect connections for jumper cables, no cables.
The latches on the doghouse are broken, easiest way to fix is a junkyard doghouse, there are tons of these vans in the junkyard.
Clear, clean title. I also have a fairly basic bill of sale that I use, that both parties get, showing ownership has been transferred, since most people take a vehicle before transferring the title.
$500 deposit due by Paypal at auction close. 14 days to pay the remainder IN CASH ONLY and remove the vehicle. If the vehicle is not paid and removed within 14 days, the deposit is forfeit, and the vehicle will be relisted. If you want to have a shipper pick up the vehicle, they need to be here during normal business hours.
No price negotiations will be accepted at pickup.
Any questions, feel free to email me. But please read the ad first.