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Old 04-01-2008, 04:21 PM
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Quigley 4X4

Spent the day on the road in a Quigley 4X4 Ford diesel customized van. Truck was based on military specification except for the armor plating which was omitted. NICE truck!
Any of you guys have one or know much about them?

Quigley Motor Company, Inc.
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Old 04-01-2008, 04:31 PM
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I saw one of those in Austin TX. on spring break. I hadn't ever seen one in person before, it was real cool.
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They are awesome! A Quigley conversion is a awesome vehicle turns just a van into a AWESOME van, especially if it has a powerstroke in it. A dealer around me has a 08 E-350 4x4 with a 6.0L ( since they dont plan on putting the 6.4L in the vans) and the van is awesome!
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They are awesome! A Quigley conversion is a awesome vehicle turns just a van into a AWESOME van, especially if it has a powerstroke in it. A dealer around me has a 08 E-350 4x4 with a 6.0L ( since they dont plan on putting the 6.4L in the vans) and the van is awesome!
They are awesome. This one was a 2006 with a 6.0. The owner here in SC said he had to order it from a dealership in NJ that sells a lot of 'em. Most dealerships told him he couldn't get a 4x4 Diesel Ford van! No way - no how!
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my last name is quigley lol
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my last name is quigley lol
For Real?

I have always wanted a Quigly 4x4, but even a used one brings a premium.
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Old 04-01-2008, 05:31 PM
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A guy in town has one here and it looks to be lifted a bit. Pretty sweet but pricey.
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yeha what are the odds heh, lol
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local construction company has a fleet of them like 6 or 7all of them with a like a 6 inch lift.
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I have a 2001 Quigley and it is great! I use it for going to the mountains in the winter(snowboarding) Camping in the summer. It has the 7.3PS and recently got 20+ mpg at 70 coming back from Utah!!!!
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