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Old 01-04-2014, 12:18 PM   #1
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2000 SMB 7.3 Quigley For Sale SOLD!

This thread replaces a prior thread to consolidate information and pictures (although they still will take multiple posts). It also revises our price to $39,500 which reflects all of your comments and the feedback from several interested parties.

2000 Sportsmobile
Ford 350EB with 7.3 L Powerstroke V-8 Diesel
$39,500


Running Gear and Exterior
207,000 Miles with logbook of all services, repairs, mileage, and costs.
Reunel Front Bumper includes Hella running lights, bullet fog lamps, Hi-Lift manual jack,
Warn 12000 lb electric winch with stainless steel cable and hook, roller fairing
Rancho Heavy Duty Adjustable Shocks
Rancho steering stabilizer
Quigley 4x4 with 4:11 differentials (limited slip rear)
TRAX II transfer flow fuel system, main and auxiliary tanks (56 gallons total), with LCD Display
Onan 2.8 kw propane fueled electric generator
Reunel Rear Bumper with swing away tire carrier and luggage rack, Hella wide angle back up lights
Bridgestone Dueler ATP 285/75R16 w/ approximately 10k on them
Van batteries are maintenance free HD AGM
RV batteries are maintenance free HD AGM deep cycle
Other exterior upgrades:
Full custom skid plate under oil pan, transfer case, and transmission
Adjustable air lifts plus 2 extra leafs on rear suspension
Fiamma awning with side panels plus custom skirting along base of van
2 Solar Panels with digital readout
Bushwacker fender flares
Extend-A-Stay Propane kit including spare 20lb Propane tank
Back-up beeper with manual shut-off
Trickle charger for van batteries whenever on shore power (solar panels charge RV batteries)

Interior
Cobra GPS
Sirius Radio setup (requires subscription)
Digital outside air temperature LCD
Deluxe Ford OEM Radio (AM/FM/CD/Cassette)
Shakespeare Marine cellular antenna with PowerMax 3 watt cellular amplifier
Thetford electric flush porta-potty
6 Gallon electric water heater
2 burner solid top electric stove
Starcool rear air conditioner
Propane fan forced air heater
120 Volt 4.0 CF refrigerator (runs off new 1500 watt inverter) (Changeover switch with indicator
lights when on shore power)
Visio 20” flat screen LED TV
AutoPage temperature sensor with remote beeper (great safety feature for leaving pets with generator and AC operating)
MaxAir Automatic Roof Vent Fan with remote control
2 special gooseneck reading lamps (1 front and 1 rear)

Other:
Triple Air Horn, Electrical tap for disabling trailer surge brakes when ever backup lights are on, potable water fill pipe drain down (during freezing weather), gray water & potable water hoses, RV 30A power cord, TV cable, HD exterior antenna setup, spare wheel covers(full set) , 2 collapsible rain shields for rear side windows (great for cool rainy weather), recovery items including snatch block with pulley, snatch block, HD clevis, 6 ft tree strap, 30 ft “snatch-em strap”, HD tow chain (hooks each end), 1 pair HD tire chains (never used)

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Old 01-04-2014, 12:20 PM   #2
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Old 01-05-2014, 07:52 AM   #3
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Re: 2000 SMB 7.3 Quigley For Sale

Curious about those "collapsible rain shields" for the side windows. Any details or a link for them?
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Old 01-05-2014, 10:05 AM   #4
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These "Rain Shields" were custom made of aluminum. They hook over the rain gutter. The arms that support the "awning" off the van side or glass are padded. There are 2 (28" and 22" wide) and come in a HD gray vinyl storage bag with velcro closure.
Our van did not have a window opening that was screened AND protected from rainfall. The rear side windows have insect screens thus the need for the awnings. We also have an insect screen we made that snaps over the inside of the side door top hinged window which additionally solves the insect issue when desiring natural or roof fan induced ventilation.
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Old 01-06-2014, 10:34 PM   #5
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Dave,

How tall and long is it?

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Old 01-07-2014, 04:22 AM   #6
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Our SMB is 10 foot 3 inches tall and the overall length is 20 feet.
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Old 01-07-2014, 11:45 PM   #7
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Sorry if I missed this in a previous post or am not seeing it--where is the van located?

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Old 01-08-2014, 12:06 PM   #9
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This SMB has everything! Looks nice and good luck.
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Old 01-09-2014, 05:44 PM   #10
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Thanks for the rain shield pics, Dave. They are really cool! I've never seen something like that. Like you, I have the slider side windows. I like them, except that they have to be closed when it rains and it can make things hot inside. Do you have contact info for the person that made them for you?
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