FOR SALE: Custom Mobile Classroom van

 

 

ford customized van - side view

Ford customized van

FOR SALE:   Equihab’s “Book Mobile”  Mobile Office / Classroom custom body van

1987 7.5L gasoline engine Ford Econoline E350 

Mileage believed to be 139,000 based on CarFax.  Odometer shows “39,843” 

According to CarFax, no accidents/damage reported.

VIN# 1FDKE30L3HHB41899

 

 

 

  • Set up as a mobile classroom with fluorescent ceiling lights, bookshelves, desk areas, carpeted floor

    Interior view looking straight back

  • Potentially could be converted to a RV, mobile grooming, events, or other uses.
  • One rooftop DuoTherm A/C unit.  Two electric heating units.  120v powered ceiling lights.
  • Set up for generator (but the one in it does not work). Has 120v power supply cable for plugging van in to building or external generator to run AC-powered items
  • Body is mostly aluminum &,fiberglass, therefore rust-free.  Cab is steel, and has a few rust spots.
  • Selling due to a change in our organization’s focus and budgeting priorities
  • Condition:  Vehicle lately HAS BEEN SITTING and has been only run occasionally, so it’ll need some work.  Expect to clean or rebuild the carburetor.   It wants to start, but I am told that it’s not getting the right amount of fuel.
Drivers side

Another side view. Mesh covered compartment behind cab is for the generator.

 

Asking $2,950 or best offer

Currently parked near the town of Rising Sun, Maryland 21911.  

Email may@equihab.com for an appointment

 

Engine compartment

Engine compartment

Front View

Front View

Odometer

Odometer

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Vet day for Cookie and Joey

Cookie waiting

Cookie waits her turn patiently

Today, July 12th, 2017,  Cookie and Joey received exams and dental check at Unionville Equine vet clinic.

COOKIE has been what is often termed a “hard keeper”.  She gets a large amount of food, free-choice hay, and 24/7 turnout, but it’s not easy keeping weight on her.   The vet reviewed the nutrition, took a fecal sample for parasite testing, and drew blood for a few blood tests.  When the results come back, we will have more information and be better prepared to help her.

JOEY has been in good health, but we wanted an opinion on his stifle joint.  Sometimes it locks, making it difficult for him to lift his left when backing up.  His history prior to arrival at Equihab is a mystery, and the vet felt x-rays might show if there was an old injury.

The x-rays showed everything was normal.  He got a routine dental check but didn’t need his teeth floated this time.  He will be turned out in a bit bigger pasture now, and that may help his stifle joint.  Movement builds muscle and muscling around the joint helps to prevent it from locking.

Joey's stifle

One view from the series of x-rays done of Joey’s left stifle joint

Dental checkup

Getting his teeth examined

x-ray joey

To check his stifle, the vet ordered x-rays of the joint

Cookie at the clinic

Cookie got an exam today

Cookie has her teeth checked

Cookie gets a dental exam

Cookie at the vet

Vet day for Cookie

MIKEY: time for routine vet visit & shots

Mikey visited the vet today for routine care.   He had his teeth checked & floated.  Blood was drawn for the Coggins test.  And he received vaccinations.  He behaved well for everything: catching, leading, loading, unloading, standing for vet, injections, and the ride back.

Mikey is available for adoption.

 

Mikey at the vet today

Another view of Mikey standing for the vet

Mikey's vet visit

Mikey gets routine vet care

Mikey dental

Mikey needs his teeth floated

Reese gets adopted

Today, June 30th, 2017, Reese left to live with her new adoptive family.  They seem like a great match.

Here’s one photo of her in her new home:

Reese gets adopted

A photo of Reese’s first day at her new home

REESE: Time for shots and teeth

Reese has a potential adopter looking at her.  So, today she’s off getting her shots, dental care, and Coggins test done.

Reese's dental care

Reese gets dental exam and float

Reese at the vet's office

Reese waits patiently for the vet

 

 

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