From this 1993 Ford F-350 model made a huge motorhomeJanuary 20, 2020
From the ambulance, which was built at the time on the basis of a full-size pickup truck Ford F-350 model 1993, made a very roomy motorhome.
If you think about it, an ambulance is an ideal vehicle, as the basis for some kind of motorhome. Why? Judge for yourself, the engine of such a car will undoubtedly be very resourceful and reliable, plus everything – a very large amount of space in the van.
As part of this article, we want to talk about an ambulance that was built on the basis of the American Ford Super Duty truck, namely the 1993 F-350 XLT. Then, the car, which is currently being sold, was converted into a van. This is an impressive truck with lots of room inside.
This van was manufactured at Road Rescue Inc. It takes 6.71 meters in length, 3.5 meters in height, 2.44 meters in width. Due to its proportions, the van inside has quite a lot of usable space.
Among the other features of this camper, it is worth noting a spacious and dining corner, as well as a catalytic safe water heater Wave 6, working on propane. Both inside and outside there are a whole lot of different drawers, shelves for storing the necessary things on the trip.
Under the hood of the car is a fully mechanical 7.3-liter diesel engine, the consumption of which, according to the seller, averages from 23.51 to 16.8 liters of fuel per 100 km, depending on driving conditions and speed. Note that this is a powerful engine – with its current weight of 4,535.92 kg, this car can carry up to 3,175 kg if necessary.
It should be noted that this car was serviced annually and almost never used, its mileage at the moment is only 63,890 km. The price for this motorhome has not yet been announced.
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