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Old 02-01-2019, 05:42 PM   #21
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I think itís a few things that are taking it longer to sell, has nothing to do with the van. It will sell for sure...But for some & a lot of clients I have itís been political unrest, government shut down, taxes & a poor stock market... these are all factors that effect luxury items & this falls into that category. But someone will buy it & get an amazing van.
I am shocked this (and mine) are still available at their price points. Maybe everyone is locked into the sprinter craze. (Admittedly, thatís what my wife would prefer we switch to)

I keep telling myself that once the season changes to spring and tax season is wrapped up, should sell in no time. But until then, iíll Drive myself crazy with whether to keep it or not.
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Old 02-02-2019, 12:59 AM   #22
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I like it, and am interested. Did the guy come back and buy it?
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Old 02-04-2019, 05:03 PM   #23
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Still here! I get a ton of calls and E-mail but no green stuff yet..
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Old 02-09-2019, 07:04 PM   #24
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You seem pretty handy....haha...
Would you consider selling the van and keeping it to finish a build-out?
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Old 02-11-2019, 11:44 AM   #25
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Not sure what you mean care to elaborate?
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Old 02-11-2019, 01:31 PM   #26
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Not sure what you mean care to elaborate?
Think he's wanting to buy the van from you and have you build out the interior for him.

Only down side is he needs to either but a pop top on it or fixed top so they aren't always crouched over in the van and it's more functional.

Guess it could go to fiberine for a fixed top and then you could build it. But I know your a busy guy... maybe 1der has the time? Ray???
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Old 02-11-2019, 02:42 PM   #27
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Think he's wanting to buy the van from you and have you build out the interior for him.



Only down side is he needs to either but a pop top on it or fixed top so they aren't always crouched over in the van and it's more functional.



Guess it could go to fiberine for a fixed top and then you could build it. But I know your a busy guy... maybe 1der has the time? Ray???


Lol... thatís exactly what I was asking... even the fiberline comment was what I wanted..
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Not sure what you mean care to elaborate?


Iím looking into options that include the 7.3 as the platform for a build out or a SBM with a 7.3 already done.
I like the work youíve done to yours and am considering it for a buildout but not really wanting to do the work myself.
I just finished my Sprinter and then decided to sell it for a van with a little more capability and a diesel cheaper to maintain and travel into Mexico...
If I did purchase yours I would go the fiberline route and a similar build as SMB does with the same capabilities (water, heater, pumps, solar etc...)
I will have cash for build in about a month.
But I do appreciate the work youíve done to your van and thought I would ask.
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It does seem like he does great work. But I bet if he was going to go through the work of building out the inside, it would be even harder for him to sell it. Since it seems like he is already a little hurt that he has to sell. haha
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It does seem like he does great work. But I bet if he was going to go through the work of building out the inside, it would be even harder for him to sell it. Since it seems like he is already a little hurt that he has to sell. haha


True.. I sent him a PM to discuss this van a little further.
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