1989 FORD E350 IST Surveillance Van in Orlando, Florida For Sale
Type: Services, For Sale - Private.
Exterior color: Gray
Interior color: Gray
Fule type: Gasoline
Sub model: E350
Vehicle title: Clear
Body type: Minivan, Van
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Standard equipment: Air Conditioning Cruise Control Power Locks Power Windows
This is an IST surveillance van (Manufactured at their facility in Florida) that we used primarily for unmanned operations. This van is a true sleeper. No one ever suspects it, even police officers flip out when seeing the inside! You could easily restore it to its former glory for about 5 to 7 thousand dollars. That is including some basic equipment so you can use it for manned operations too. (I already had an estimate to do bodywork and paint for $1800) I only have current pictures of the outside of the vehicle. Inside pics are from 2007, but it looks pretty much the same, and has primarily been in storage the whole time. It has never been used on a case more than one day, or one parking. We have only put I believe around 4 to 6,000 miles on this van . The original retail was over $80,000, and you can still buy this year van (but with more mileage) from the manufacturer for 30K+. We are the second owner. NAPA value on this is 7375.00 It has an electrical problem, and it will drain a battery over night. I can tell you what I know in relation to the electrical after you buy it. We pulled a lot of the wiring out that connected the back of the van, to the front engine area. Especially to the battery bank, in an attempt to trouble shoot. We kept all items removed, and since we are not electrical specialists, we (By this I mean our backyard mechanic...lol) couldnt figure it out. It needs the following:1. Paint and bodywork (When we removed the latter rack, we found lots of rust and some wiring holes. Most have been sealed. 2. It needs a new window motor plastic gear (we believe) for passenger door, and the door needs reassembled. I believe we have all the parts.3. Needs equipment. If you buy this van, you can use my business account to order equipment "at cost". All you need is a minimum of 8 channel DVR; four pinhole cameras, and one incredible zoom camera for the periscope. Guessing $1500.00?4. Periscope controller is missing, and needs new mirrors. I have never been able to use it, due to not knowing how to operate it. Any periscope company can fix this, or a electrical/mechanical engineer. But I would recommend you get it from IST, since it is their creation. Price: Unknown. Should be less than $500?5. New batteries for battery bank under floor. (The big semi truck type)6. Huge power inverter needs repaired. (New this unit costs over $1,000, a new replacement is over $800. It would be cheaper top repair)7. Seat floor track cleaned. I do not know how to operate seat. Like I said, all I used this van for was unmanned operations. Either using a internet type setup, or a review later (TL-VCR) type recording device. Equipment still in it:1. Recarro racing seat2. Some sort of Poloroid picture processing machine. Do not know anything about it, but it has "Poloroid" on it. Its pretty big, and its possible it is a printer of some sort. Because of where it is mounted, I believe they forgot to remove it.3. Massive silent Ice air conditioner. Its the biggest I have ever seen. It must hold 20 bags of ice. 4. Huge equipment power switching panel. see pics with red switches.5. Battery bank charger, built into cabinet. see pics, it is white.6. External AC power hookup (wheel well)7. Shotgun mount with security retained device.8. Complete desk system.9. Taken down, but I still have all the communications antennas that were covertly installed in the latter rack. 10. Defog fans built near every window. Operational features: (Not sure if currently working, some items we removed wiring on, but still have all wiring & parts)1. Van automobile AC system cools front and back. Just had it pressure tested for 8 hours no leeks, but it is not cooling. The police did upgrade the AC system to todays standards. (Also has silent ice AC that works off of bags of ice) 2. Keyed ignition in back of van. To start vehicle when batteries are running low. This is where the power inverter is suppose to kick in. We removed the inverter, but never repaired it. 3. Battery bank master switch, located in rear of van. I believe switches van from front engine power to
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