dan0
dan0 New Reader
6/12/14 10:27 p.m.

2002 Ford E150 Traveler 5.4l Triton V8 193,000 miles Tow package (7 pin harness and adapter to flat four included) Leather seating. $3000 Located in northwest CT - 06790

Going to be selling my van shortly. It's a 2002 E150 Traveler edition. Like the older Chateau package it's a regular length van, second row of captain's chairs, then a removable bench. Traveler package also has leather, multi-disc CD player and a VCR with two flip down monitors for the second row.

No more engine light or hesitation! Replaced cylinder five ignition coil with OEM Ford unit. Drove about 15 miles, didn't go further because the van's registration is now expired.

Interior is clean, has some wear for the age. Leather is near perfect except for a separation on the driver's seat at the seam. Not a rip, just the stitching started to pull apart.

Body is really good for it's age and mileage, some scratches. There is some rust / and chipped paint on a couple of lower surfaces but overall very nice.

I'll add a couple more pictures after the weekend. Here is one from when I picked it up over the winter.

dan0
dan0 New Reader
6/29/14 3:24 p.m.

Off to CarMax tomorrow... Hopefully I get a good offer.

dan0
dan0 New Reader
6/30/14 6:28 p.m.

Some newer pictures.

Picasa Album - 2002 Ford E150

aussiesmg
aussiesmg MegaDork
6/30/14 11:07 p.m.

You will miss it, our 94 Chateau rusted away, and it stuck in my head until I recently replaced it with an 02

ryanty22
ryanty22 HalfDork
7/1/14 7:14 p.m.

That beast legit has a VCR?

ryanty22
ryanty22 HalfDork
7/1/14 7:14 p.m.

No permission to view album

dan0
dan0 New Reader
7/1/14 7:35 p.m.
ryanty22 wrote: No permission to view album

Sorry changed to public viewing, should be able to see them now.

And yes, legit VCR. Two flip down monitors for the second row of captain's chairs. Has a control panel so the sound can either be players through headphones or the vehicle sound system. Also has RCA inputs so you could hookup a DVD instead.

ryanty22
ryanty22 HalfDork
7/1/14 9:56 p.m.

That is awesome, for a ford. Good looking van. That'd make a hell of a family hauler and tow pig for someone.

dan0
dan0 New Reader
7/2/14 11:27 a.m.

It makes a good camper too. Remove the rear bench and I have a perfect metal frame and single bed mattress that fit perfectly. Much more comfortable than setting up a tent for one person.

Also on a raised platform (I never perfected it) you can cram and just make fit a queen size mattress and box spring.

dan0
dan0 New Reader
8/5/14 12:47 p.m.

Bump! No more hesitation or engine light. Replaced cylinder five ignition coil with OEM Ford part.

dan0
dan0 New Reader
8/11/14 8:18 a.m.

Need this gone this week. Last chance make some offers.

dan0
dan0 New Reader
9/9/14 6:04 p.m.

One more shot at this. Need to pay my mortgage

Mazdax605
Mazdax605 SuperDork
9/9/14 6:46 p.m.

What is that hatch looking thing in the rear behind the bench seat?

dan0
dan0 New Reader
9/9/14 8:57 p.m.
Mazdax605 wrote: What is that hatch looking thing in the rear behind the bench seat?

It's an optional cargo holder. It lifts up and sides fold out to create a little holder for like grocery bags.

Held in place by two thumb screws, I actually had it out most of the time I had the van.

dan0
dan0 New Reader
9/12/14 2:50 p.m.

GONE, SOLD TODAY!

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