Toyota Hiace Ambulance V8 seeks conversion to an off-road camper

Looking for the best base for Toyota Hiace Custom Camper ?? You may have found the perfect example, but it's for sale now.  This 1996 Toyota Himedic Ambulance is currently listed on OtoX and Camper. Even better, the high-roof van has a V8 engine that works on all legs, making it a perfect base for off-road campers.  Going by the list, this Toyota Himedic Ambulance is the finest model that has ever been offered to individual Japanese customers. Only 1,200 units were produced between 1994 and 2000; only Toyota could be bought by the government. I bought a new medical device and sold it for $ 230,000.  The money includes a 4.0-liter 1UZ-FE petrol V8 engine. It is similar to the Lexus LS400, SC400, GS400 and Toyota Crown of that era. With 261 horsepower (192 kW) on tap, this van is perhaps one of the most powerful vans of the 1990s. Transmission and engine parts are readily available in North America, where many 1UZ engines had previously been sold, so parts are no problem either.  The van is 17.5 feet long and 8 feet tall, so you won't be short of space. It also comes with a molded skylight, siren, and all other movable equipment (except the oxygen cylinder), but I'm sure they will be used in the final build of the camper.  If you are interested in purchasing this 1996 Toyota Himedic Ambulance with a V8 engine, it currently costs $ 34,995. It has 61,000 miles on the clock, ready for your off-the-grid adventure.

Looking for the best base for Toyota Hiace Custom Camper ?? You may have found the perfect example, but it's for sale now.

This 1996 Toyota Himedic Ambulance is currently listed on OtoX and Camper. Even better, the high-roof van has a V8 engine that works on all legs, making it a perfect base for off-road campers.

Going by the list, this Toyota Himedic Ambulance is the finest model that has ever been offered to individual Japanese customers. Only 1,200 units were produced between 1994 and 2000; only Toyota could be bought by the government. I bought a new medical device and sold it for $ 230,000.

The money includes a 4.0-liter 1UZ-FE petrol V8 engine. It is similar to the Lexus LS400, SC400, GS400 and Toyota Crown of that era. With 261 horsepower (192 kW) on tap, this van is perhaps one of the most powerful vans of the 1990s. Transmission and engine parts are readily available in North America, where many 1UZ engines had previously been sold, so parts are no problem either.

The van is 17.5 feet long and 8 feet tall, so you won't be short of space. It also comes with a molded skylight, siren, and all other movable equipment (except the oxygen cylinder), but I'm sure they will be used in the final build of the camper.

If you are interested in purchasing this 1996 Toyota Himedic Ambulance with a V8 engine, it currently costs $ 34,995. It has 61,000 miles on the clock, ready for your off-the-grid adventure.

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