If you couldn’t tell, we’re in the business of helping cool things see the light of the day. Good compadre and three-peat US Open Longboard titleholder, Justin Quintal, recently announced that his custom-built, cross-country surf tank is looking to bring a decade or more full of smiles + coastal trips to a new owner. Maybe that new owner is you, a good friend or your vehicley-outdated neighbor (the one with the 1998 Mercury station wagon — sounds kinda cool actually).
Have your vacation-starved mind blown by the photos of Justin’s whip in the gallery above, and if you or someone you know is interested, dive into the details below, then give us a shout at email@example.com. Dreamcatcher and disco ball included.
“4×4 E-350 Super Duty 6.0 Diesel. 8 in suspension lift, 35in Toyo A/T’s. Manual locking hubs. 115K miles. The van comes with a tuner and I have had the EGR delete and studded head gasket kit installed, making the engine relatively bullet proof. 19 mpg stop and go, 23 highway.1 ton axles. Custom build out inside as you can see by the photos. I built the inside out with a friend who was a private contractor for many years and has done van and sail boat build outs before. Has stainless steel locking cable straps on the wood deck (INNO Locking System), lock up to 10 longboards on top, or a couple kayaks. The vent has an electric fan that runs off a third battery, open up the screened in sliding glass window and turn on the fan for a comfortable nights sleep. The third battery also powers the 1000 watt inverter. Battery powered changing christmas lights hung around the back, Peruvian tapestry on the roof, LED night light, entire build out is hardwood, floor is 3/4 painted hardwood ply, custom vinyl cushions on the bed. We have built a solid foundation, it would be easy to change the lay up of the inside if you would prefer to customize the setup to your needs. I have had some of the best times of my life in this vehicle, I am only selling to get a bus for my small business. Asking $20,000 OBO. I would also consider trading for an E-450 Diesel shuttle style bus and cash.”