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Autotrader Find: 2010 Ford E-350 Van With 626,000 Miles

This van has gone really, really far. This is a 2010 Ford E-350 (also known as the "Econoline" 350), and it’s traveled an amazing 626,000 miles from new. Maybe more impressive is the fact that this van is only nine years old, meaning it’s done something like 70,000 miles per year over the last decade — a true feat.

A quick glance at the van and you can easily tell why it’s done so many miles, as it functioned as a transport vehicle — in this case, apparently as an airport shuttle van, given the graphics on the side. Its primary benefit is a wheelchair lift, which is an expensive installation if you’re looking to add it to a vehicle — so it’s good news that this van already has one. That’s probably the reason it’s been kept around so long, and it’ll surely be a major reason why the next owner buys it.

The ad notes this van has had some major recent work, with the engine head and crankshaft replaced within the last 18 months — suggesting there may yet be some life left in the 626,000-mile van. In fact, the ad also notes the van "has 626,000 miles, so it is not brand new" — a major understatement, to be sure. With that said, the van actually looks surprisingly well-kept inside and out, which is a shock considering the mileage.

If you’re interested in the ultra-high mileage van, here’s your chance. It’s a gas V8 model, and it’s offered by a private seller in San Diego for $6,500.

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