Thursday, June 2, 2016

Auction Watch: 1988 Ford E-Series 6X6 Most Conspicuous Surveillance Vehicle Ever

Find this 1988 Ford E-Series 6X6 Worst Surveillance Vehicle Ever here on eBay with starting bid of $15,000 and $16,000 buy-it-now located in Sheboygan, WI. 

 From eBay listing:

Item specifics

Condition: Used Year: 1988
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 1FDKE30LXHHA71026 Mileage: 22,916
Number of Cylinders: 8 Make: Ford
Transmission: Automatic Model:

E-Series Van

Body Type: Cab & Chassis Trim: Custom Mobile Command Center/ Observation Unit
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty Engine: 460 Big Block
Vehicle Title: Clear Drive Type: 4WD
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes Power Options: Air Conditioning
Sub Model: custom mobile command center Fuel Type: Gasoline
Exterior Color: Black For Sale By: Private Seller
Interior Color: Gray

 1988 Ford E- 350 custom Mobile Command center or Mobile Observation Unit. This van has a Ford 460 big block gasoline engine, dual gas tanks. The tires have less than 3000 miles on them. comes with a built-in 6500W Onan Generator, battery backup and uninterrupted power supply (Dual batteries for van and dual batteries for back up power supply. Two roof mounted air conditioning/heating units, stainless steel counter tops, and a built-in compressor to operate the 35ft telescopic pneumatic camera mast and rear suspension. Outside RF hookups for cameras. Electronic equipment was updated in 2013. Very lightly used its entire life which has mostly been stored inside until a year ago. Interior is in great shape. Still has all of the equipment racks, controls, back up power supplies and drawers.
Also included:
3- 19" security monitors
9 roof mounted cameras
2- 37X PTZ cameras on the pneumatic mast
16- channel DVR
3 PTZ camera controllers
1 night vision camera
Plenty of room for your customization


  1. Looks like it would be perfect for when you want to send a message along the lines of, "Don't start anything, the cops are really serious about watching you!" Or for using as an RV when you want everyone in the nearby campsites to completely freak out.

  2. Neat truck, but now I can't stop hearing John Candy say "Sheboygan"

    1. You know...polka, polka, polka, twin lakes Polka?

  3. I am confused yet in love with the cinder block wall on the inside of the van, is this thing blastproof or do the occupants challenge each other to graffiti tag practice in the wait time between assignments?

    1. Pretty sure that is tile/fake tile.

    2. I had the same thought. It's probably just foam, but it sure does look like a crappy institutional grade cinder block wall.

  4. If I lived in Sheboygan, WI... I'da had hundreds built.... cause it's definitely NOT safe there..

  5. She Bangs She Bangs but does she Sheboygan......i gostoknow....!

  6. They can likewise be a useful asset for specialists too. One additionally thing they can be is a decent arrangement of inconvenience on the off chance that you are not cautious about how you use themRobert

  7. He additionally trusts that spy cameras shouldn't be excessively muddled to families to really set up and use.Chris Smith

  8. There are several security options for a particular area where the use of CCTV cameras, alarms, etc. make it easy for security personnel to conduct their duty.


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