2008 Ford has LOWERED FLOOR and is a modern body style (same appearance 2008-2015) with very extensive mobility conversion which allows some folks in wheelchairs full independence
Miles: 56,000
Current Price: $19,900

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Highlights of This Van

* Several thousand dollars of new and very recent mechanical care and service
(extensive investment in cosmetic rejuvenation is in addition to this functional care)

* Sweet combination of capability, style and versatility

* Lowered floor accommodates most users needs

PASSENGER SEAT NOTE: This van does not currently have a front passenger seat, as it was designed for a person in wheelchair to park it there and then transfer into the drivers seat. If you want or need a front passenger seat, that can be accomplished for $900 added cost

Options and Equipment

Began as a one-ton (e350) standard length (not long or short) with moderate trim level of XLT. As a result, it began with common power, convenience and cosmetic features such as: power windows, locks and mirrors; tilt and cruise; chrome bumpers and fancy headlights; misc interior and exterior trim features; much more. This has an awesome, powerful "Triton" drivetrain if you want super power, torque and reliability.

Wow, this rare van is gorgeous! In addition to the XLT level of features as summarized above, this van had the following items added during its custom conversion: fancy Ford factory wheels; running boards and entry steps with integrated fender flares; custom graphics and striping package; various interior upgrades

Mobility and Adaptive Features
When new, this was converted into the highly versatile and capable wheelchair van that it now is. Here's a list of its primary mobility features:

* Nicely lowered floor: extends all the way from in front of the rear seat, all the way to below the dash area. This lowered floor creates a super amount of entry clearance and interior headroom, without the need for a tall roof. This floor is unusual in a very positive way, which is that the front seating area is lowered more than in many other similar vans that I have seen and owned. This creates extra floor to ceiling space and extra distance from the floor to under steering wheel, which some folks need. In general, you get the best of both worlds with this van. Because, you have only a few inches less interior headroom than a van with an added tall roof and the same entry clearance as a tall roof van that has what are called, tall doors. However, this van usually can go places that the tall roof vans cant, such as: drive-thru windows; parking garages; carports; carwashes; etc. For some folks, these are MAJOR advantages (or necessities) of not having a tall roof.

* Awesome new rubberized flooring material is tough, attractive and easy to clean

* Front drivers' seat is removable: therefore, if a person wants or needs to drive from a wheelchair, it can be removed via quick release and wheels on the bottom for easy removal.

* Power swinging side doors: these doors open with power arms, which are an important part of the complete package that allows some folks in wheelchairs the ability to load/unload and drive themselves fully independent of any assistance form another person.

* Wonderful lift: This is of the style that does not impede the front passenger area whatsoever and because of the tri-fold platform, this platform folds mostly out of the way to allow able-bodied folks to get in and out of the van when the lift is stowed.

* Wireless remote operation: there is no need to use switches (although they are provided as well) as you can operate the side doors and lift with a wireless remote control.

* 4 anchor straps and various anchor points on the floor.

Dimensions, capacity and specifications:

Please feel free to email or call me with any such questions. I will gladly assist with anything you wish to know. I have discovered that due to the unique way each person evaluates, measures and expresses their needs, I can be most helpful regarding this subject if we communicate directly.


This vehicle is 'Certified': There are a combined 76 mechanical and cosmetic aspects included in the Wheelchair Van Oasis Certification process. A foundational step of the rejuvenation process is when each vehicle receives an extensive inspection by an objective, independent  third- party service and repair facility.  Suggested service, repairs and improvements are then performed by various professional specialists. The result is your assurance  that each of the 76 aspects meets or exceeds the condition level of good, or satisfactory.

For details regarding list of 76 cosmetic and mechanical aspects, please
click here.

Each van does of course have various elements which exceed the promised level of good or satisfactory, which the Certified program assures. Some are brand new improvements performed during rejuvenation.  And others are obvious service or repairs performed recently, prior to my ownership.  As for those, I only list here those positives which are certain, based on my either having a receipt, and/or due to being obvious to the inspecting-mechanic. I refer to these as NEW OR RECENTLY SERVICED ASPECTS

Here are the new and recent items:

Several thousand dollars of new and very recent mechanical care and service
(extensive investment in cosmetic rejuvenation is in addition to this functional care)

Carfax Report Summary

(Carfax is a widely used database which indicates the history of a vehicle including accidents, prior owners, etc.)

Nothing notably negative or unusual. No accidents...No airbags deployed...No damage leading to such report notes as salvage, totaled, etc...no "red marks" on the report...no major accident...no lemon history...no odometer tampering...no derogatory remarks on the state-issued title

Summary of this Gem

This is an amazing van. One of the best I've ever had the pleasure of offering. As you've read above, there is a long list of reasons why this is an absolutely special and fantastic van. It looks, feels and functions the same as one through 2015, when Ford ceased making traditional style full size vans. This specially equipped Ford is the dream wheelchair van some folks have been trying to find. However, special vans such as this one are simply very scarce.

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Very attractive, modern van, doesn't look like a wheelchair van

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Lowered floor creates 52-inch entry clearance and 57-inch headroom inside! (equals many low floor minivans)

Lift platform is wide enough and long enough to accommodate most wheelchairs

Nicely lowered floor, in middle and front areas. This creates enough entry clearance and interior headroom to suit the needs of most folks.

Platform power-folds in 3 parts, allowing able-bodied folks to easily go in and out when lift is stowed

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See the vertical ledge, indicating the lowered floor

Notice that the floor is lowered several inches in this forward area (directly below the console is the original floor height), which creates enough headroom for most folks in most wheelchairs.

This drivers seat can easily be removed so that a wheelchair can park here.

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* I apologize for any unclear photos. At times, the conditions make a clear photo impossible.

If you would like more information or to see and drive this vehicle,
please call Rick at 541-973-7377.