It doesn’t get much more fullsize than this ’09 Ford E-350. It belongs to Quigley Motor Company and it was driven by Tiger LeBrun, Quigley’s production QC supervisor. Some of the vans features include a V-10 engine, NV271 two-speed transfer case, a pair of Dana 60 axles, front Eaton ELocker, rear ARB Air Locker, coil spring front suspension, leaf spring rear suspension, and 38-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 tires. Quigley says this van was the prototype special project vehicle for the National Science Foundation in Antarctica. Quigley built 24 units like this one, without the front and rear lockers, for use in Antarctica.