Price Drop: 2015 Ford F-550 Ambulance Conversion ($65,000)

I am selling my 2015 Ford F-550 Diesel 4×4 Ambulance Conversion with a full pass through for only $65,000. This is no ordinary conversion. Everything has been done to make this a unique, one-of-a-kind conversion. The truck has 196,684 miles and the camper portion is an AEV Trauma Hawk ambulance body. The Ford F550 is equipped with a Liquid Spring suspension in the rear, and coil springs in the front. The truck has also been outfitted with a Buckstop Bumper with Warn 16.5ti Winch. New tires all around. The camper has a brand-new ultra quiet Cummins Onan QD 3200 with less then 20 hours and has been plumbed to truck’s diesel fuel tank on a slide-out tray. The Webasto diesel heater has also been plumbed to diesel tank.

The ambulance camper has been tricked out with numerous upgrades including an 85 gallon fresh water holding tank, an indoor-outdoor shower (DFG off road outdoor shower enclosure), an Overland Vehicle Systems awning, an AO Smith electric water heater, and a Xantrax Freedom SW 3,000 watt Inverter/Charger. The rig also has an Oasis XD 3000 compressor mounted in a dedicated compartment, a Noco Genius Gen Pro 10×4 charger for four AGM house batteries that control some original ambulance electronics and the starter battery for truck. It also has a custom Vertirack rack system on the roof and both sides of the ambulance (the side racks fit surfboards and paddle boards and the roof can be used for anything). It also has a custom bike rack attached to the ladder on rear of vehicle, four MaxTrax pros mounted on rear of vehicle, and a Seagull water filter.

Other features include a new Remco water pump, a Hisense Refrigerator, a MaxxAir fan, a Coleman Mach 8 plus Roughneck Air Conditioner, a custom full-size futon, a Level Mate Pro, a DC-DC Charger, 600 amp hours of  Freedom Lithium Ion Batteries, 960 watt Merlin marine-grade walk-on solar panels, a Thetford Porta Potti, and a microwave oven. I also use a smokeless grill and portable single-burner induction cooktop for cooking both of which store well in cabinets above counter. The ambulance conversion also has a sport screen pull-down bug screen for double back door, a Weboost Cell Booster, and an LG TV.

Everything in this rig is less then 1.5 years old. This rig is a beast and is ready to go anywhere. A lot of thought was put into the systems without having to do a complete interior gut job. It’s ready to go. You can either leave it looking as is, or wrap it for a completely custom look. Super singles would look great on this rig too.

The rig is located in Bay Shore, New York. Text Daniel at 631-807-4865 with questions or email at souladventurer1976@gmail.com. More pictures can be sent upon request. I am asking $65,000. Trust me, having a similar rig made by one of the big overland companies like GXV or The 27 North would cost hundreds of thousands of dollars more. I will consider any and all offers, but please don’t waste my time low-balling me. A lot of time and money was put into this vehicle to make it a complete off-grid, overlander.

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Mello Mike is an Arizona native, author, and the founder of Truck Camper Adventure. He's been RV'ing since 2002, is a certified RVIA Level 1 RV Technician, and has restored several Airstream travel trailers. A communications expert and licensed ham radio operator (KK7TCA), he retired from the U.S. Navy in 2004 as a CWO3 after 24 years, holds a BS degree, and now runs Truck Camper Adventure full-time. He also does some RV consulting, repairs, and inspections on the side. He currently rolls in a 4WD Ram 3500 outfitted with a SherpTek truck bed with a Bundutec Roadrunner mounted on top.

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