Hello and Thank You for visiting our latest Consignment up for sale by The Motor Masters! Up for sale is a 2000 Quigley 4×4 Super Trak Van with 89,XXX. Miles. This High Top Camper Van has been customized for extended off the grid adventure. Its capacity can give you access to remote areas for weeks at a time, and keep your equipment secure while you play or explore further afield. It’s principally configured to serve as your larder/secure storage space, while you pitch camp beside it. The V6 starts easy and runs strong. It will go 90 MPH down the highway if you want, and run all day long at 65-75. The 4×4 has high and low gears, works great, and will open up your possibilities. The drive train does not use any oil, has no check engine light on, it runs great. The body is solid and rust free. The chassis is in very good condition with very minimal surface rust, here and there. The V6 may not have the power of the V8, but it got the owner wherever he wanted to go, from remote Pacific Coast beaches, to the steepest rocky mountain passes. He felt the compromise in power, was a good trade for better gas mileage. This vehicle is ideal for someone who likes to camp or hunt.
2000 Quigley 4×4 Super Trak Van
Built on a 2000 GMC Savana 2500 Standard Cargo Van
135″ WB, overall Length 20′,Height 9’3″ with approx 3″ Lift
4.3 liter V6 Vortec /Automatic transmission/ Overdrive & 26 Gal Fuel Tank
Dana 44 8 Lug Front Axle with Warn Manual Locking Hubs Manual Transfer Case 241 GM and 8 Lug GM Rear Axle
Eagle Alloy 16”Aluminum Wheel
Hankook Dynapro 10 Ply All Terrain Tires LT 245 75 R16 (NEW Oct 2014)
Custom Built Rhino lined Front Bumper with 2” Receiver
Custom Built Rear Carrier/Bumper with 2” Receiver
Insulated “Voyager” High Top with 6’0” to 6’3” Headroom
6’1” x 43” Bed Area, with 6” Latex Twin Mattress
Carefree of Colorado 10′ Enclosed Awning (LIKE NEW)
Passenger Side Mesh Sun Shade (fits main awning too)
Solid Oak & Veneered Plywood Cabinets, screwed and glued construction
Insulated with Dow Styrofoam 1” Rigid Insulation and Armstrong Armaflex
Interior Linings and Upholstery backing with Stabilit GRP Panel
Armstrong Vinyl Tile Flooring
40 Lbs. LP Gas Tank with Quick Disconnect Hose for Exterior Use
19.5 Gallon built in Fresh Water Tank
Shurflow 1.6 GPM Diaphragm Water Pressure Pump
Stainless Steel Sink/ 6′ Extension Nozzle & Exterior Connection/Shower Head
255 AMP Hr. Deep Cycle AGM Battery Lifeline (GPL 8DL) NEW in July 2012
3 x 80 WATT Sharp Solar Panels (NE-80EJE) & Morningstar ProStar (PS30) Solar Controller
Samlex Automatic 3 stage Battery Charger (SEC-1215A) & 400 WATT Inverter
Blue Sea Systems DC Distribution Panel& 12AWG Boat Cable used throughout
Interior and Exterior 12V Sockets and 110V Interior Outlets
110 V 20 AMP Shore Power
Kenwood AM/FM Bluetooth Stereo with 4 Speakers ( Sound is OK, CD works OFF and ON)
Norcold Refrigerator/Freezer 3.6 cu. ft (DE 0041) 12V/110V
Two Fans over the bed
LED Lights x 2
S.S. Marine Vents x 4 (High Top)
NEW Oct 2014: Tires & Alignment, Master Cylinder, Brake Flush, Starter Battery, Platinum Plugs, Air, Fuel Filters, Ignition Wires, Rotor & Cap, Oil & Filter Change. Build Documentation from Quigley Motors, and Auxiliary Equipment Manuals. Hydraulic Jack, Spare Tire, Tire Iron, Lug Wrench, Oil Filter Tool, LP Hose, Shore Power Cable, 12DC Cable, Garden Hose, Spare Electrical & Interior Components, Fan, Mesh Awning.
ABOUT THE VAN AND BUILD:
The Owner bought this van from an individual out West who used it for Hunting. He stripped out all the previous customization and painted out the floor and lower panels and doors with Rustoleum. Next the Plywood Floor was painted out and screwed down over an Acoustic Underlay. Most of the interior is insulated with Dow 1″ Rigid Polystyrene Foam, glued in with Urethane Adhesive. The Ceiling got an extra 1/2″, and the panels around the bed are insulated with soft thick Armaflex Marine Insulation. The Interior of the High Top, Cabinets, and other areas are lined with with FRP Panel.
Many High Tops rust out where they are bedded down, so the paint from the Gutters up was refinished first, and then it was bedded down with Urethane Adhesive and SS Screws. The Cabinets are a High Quality Solid Oak and Veneered Plywood construction, screwed and glued together with Urethane Adhesive. They have been built to fit the side walls, utilizing space, and are fitted with Marine Latches and Heavy Duty Roller Bearing Slides. The High Top gives you 6’0″ of headroom at the front, and 6′ 3″ at the back. The interior was configured to stow several Surf Boards over the Cabinets. The 26.5″ X 16″ reinforced hatch at the rear gives you good Ventilation and access to stow Long Boards.
The bed in back is 6’1″ Long, and 43″ at it Widest. The Mattress is a High Quality 6″ Thick Latex Twin. The Portability of the Mattress works great for the Tent as well.
Between the massive 255 Amp Hr. Deep Cycle Battery, and 240 Watts of Panels, you will rarely have to plug in. It runs the Fridge Full Time with Power to spare, for Lighting, Fans, Laptop, and more. Oversized cabling was run for better Efficiency, and the Panels are mounted on Hinges, so you can tilt them to be more efficient. The system works so good, you will forget it’s there. The 7 sections store under the bed, and are quickly and easily slid into place. It’s a very secure arrangement. This security arrangement could be easily removed on the Passenger Side for a more open arrangement, if that suits your needs.
The only known flaws are the Rear Rack. It is slightly bent and