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Old 04-10-2012, 02:11 PM   #1
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2002 Sportsmobile with 4x4 conversion low miles 32,000

I have a 2002 Sportsmobile with a 5.4 V8 330 horsepower. Only 32,000 miles
The rig was my uncles and he had every option put into this thing that they offered in 02 except for a toilet. His daughter is paralyzed and in a wheel chair so we had a custom wheel chair lift installed in it also. We extended the passenger 2 doors up higher to clear everything involved with the wheel chair lift.
I don't really know much about the rig so I will try and post everything I know about it.

The rig was purchased from S&C Ford of San Francisco then out fitted by Sportsmobile West
It has a Salem Kroger front 4x4 conversion on it with everything super heavy duty
It has a huge front bumper with a big Warn Winch
Also has a huge rear bumper with a spare tire and extra gas cans mounted to it.
The rig has approximately a 3-4 inch lift on it.
The exterior paint is in pristine shape
The interior is also super clean, I had the 3 seats that are in the front of the rig re-covered with two-tone leather, dark grey and light grey. There is a 7" kenwood DVD touch screen video system in the dash with a back up camera and another 7" pioneer flip screen on the roof. There also is a kenwood VCR system that is hooked up to both screens.
The inside has a sink with a fresh water tank and also a gray water tank. Another tv/vcr in the rear of the rig, kitchen table and wrap around seating, microwave, and lots of storage compartments.
We just had new tires put on it
It has a 50 Gallon fuel tank in it
Has a trailer hitch for towing
There is 6' of clearance from the floor to the roof inside

I'm sure there a lot of things I am forgetting so just ask away and I will try to answer as much as I can. The rig is currently in Petaluma, CA. Which is about 45 minutes north of San Francisco. Also my number is (707) 478-4463 and my name is Matt
I have a lot more pics but it seems like I can only upload 3 right now so I can email more upon request.
I am thinking about $45,000 for an asking price, what do you guys think?
Thanks for any helpful info with this guys

Matt
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Old 04-25-2012, 06:00 PM   #2
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Re: 2002 Sportsmobile with 4x4 conversion low miles 32,000

I would like to see some photos of the inside and then I will give you my 2cents as well as a number that I will buy it for. If it is set up like i think it is then its not going to be an easy sale.

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Old 05-01-2012, 08:50 PM   #3
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Re: 2002 Sportsmobile with 4x4 conversion low miles 32,000

Sorry, I have been out of town for a few days. Here are some interior pics.
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Old 09-29-2012, 02:26 PM   #4
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Re: 2002 Sportsmobile with 4x4 conversion low miles 32,000

Lowered the price, asking $40,000 obo
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Old 10-03-2012, 07:50 AM   #5
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Re: 2002 Sportsmobile with 4x4 conversion low miles 32,000

Just noticed that his CL ad says "Might be willing to remove the wheel chair lift and let it go for $35,000".

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Old 10-03-2012, 10:03 AM   #6
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Re: 2002 Sportsmobile with 4x4 conversion low miles 32,000

Seems like a smoking deal...if someone wants it looked at let me know...

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Old 10-03-2012, 12:44 PM   #7
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Re: 2002 Sportsmobile with 4x4 conversion low miles 32,000

YOLO. Since my driveway isn't full I thought about this a little. Maybe eventually sell my first van, keep Brent's van and keep this one. Just a crazy thought.

(You'd know if I had the space I'd have a dozen vehicles scattered about just to piss off my great neighbors. The pinnacle would be a 69 ElCamino on cinder blocks with mis-matched wheels. Multi-color primer, crappy bondo job, trashed interior, BB396 with no air cleaner, bed full of crap and stolen milk crates.)

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Re: 2002 Sportsmobile with 4x4 conversion low miles 32,000

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(You'd know if I had the space I'd have a dozen vehicles scattered about just to piss off my great neighbors. The pinnacle would be a 69 ElCamino on cinder blocks with mis-matched wheels. Multi-color primer, crappy bondo job, trashed interior, BB396 with no air cleaner, bed full of crap and stolen milk crates.
Hi;

I suggest a van down in the weeds to piss off the neighbours would be more appropriate:



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