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08 E250 REcreational High-top Tuscanny Conv. Van
by dunner from Indpls, In | August 11, 2012
I bought the 08 with <28Kmiles. It was in pristine condition and came fully loaded with all top quality options you could want- the Tuscanny conversion is much more luxurious than the explorer or majestic.
This vehicle handles great- the super duty E-250 chassis with the 5.4L V-8 are a terrific combo- very quiet and solid ride and also is sturdy enough to handle windy conditions when other vans, rvs, semis are being blown around. The traction control gives great handling on wet/snowy roads. I've owned several conversion vans and none of them even come close to the quality and performance of this one!