Known for its massive engines, serious towing capability and luxurious interior, the Ford Excursion was a very interesting SUV.
Τhis particular example might just be the most interesting of them all, considering that it packs a serious amount of upgrades. Built for King Abdullah of Jordan and used for transportation during his visit to the U.S., it cost a whopping $620,000 back in the day according to the ad, which we’ll get to in a minute.
Now it’s for sale at $84,000, and it doesn’t sound like a bad deal for someone interested in such a ride, as some of the best cared for examples will set you back between $30,000 and $50,000.
Some of the highlights of this Excursion include the extended body, 360-degree armoring which includes 3-inch bulletproof windows, fuel tank protection and surveillance cameras, all meant to keep the King safe.
The interior has been given an extra dose of luxury and convenience, with heated seats with massage and reclining functions, DVD player, power folding 15-inch screens, a navigation system, folding tray tables and even a refrigerator that can still keep your beverages cool mounted at the front.
As for the technical parts, you’re looking at a 6.8-liter V10 that puts out 310 HP and 425 lb-ft (576 Nm) of torque, mated to a four-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive. This Excursion was made in 2005 and has only 4,022 miles (6,473 km) on the clock, and if you’re looking to park it in the driveway, then you should check out the ad posted on Auto.