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Old 10-14-2009, 06:33 PM   #1
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2003 Sportsmobile 4X4 EB50 V10 - SOLD!

Sold 11/18/09 for the asking price

2003 Sportsmobile 4x4 EB 50 v10 w/55,560 miles (built Feb 2004)

$50k

Yes, this ad looks familiar as this is the rig we purchased from AdventureDuo back in April of this year. Circumstances have arisen (nothing to do with the rig) that force the sale of this great rig. Since we bought it, it has been checked thoroughly by AAA-approved mechanics, the transfer case seal has been replaced and it has a new starter battery. We swapped out the fuel can tray for an Aluminess generator box and purchased a Honda EU2000i portable generator.


Color: Baja Tan
Body: EB (Extended Body)
Engine: 6.8 Liter V10
Tranny: Auto 4 speed OD
T-case: ATLAS II
Rear Axle: Ford Full Float w/4.11's and Limited Slip and disc brakes
Front Axle: Dynatrac Pro Roc 60 w/4.11's/Cross over steering/Warn Premium Hubs and disc brakes.
Floor Plan: 50

Sportsmobile Added Options:
Penthouse top (manual) with XL bed
XL underfloor storage
Rotating captains chair option
Built in Penthouse TV antenna
Aluminess Trojan Front Bumper
Warn M12000 Winch w/new hand controller
Aluminess Trojan Rear Bumper w/storage/tire carrier and generator box
Upgraded leather captains chairs
Large Norcold Fridge with Freezer
Sink in galley w/ 7 Gallon Grey water tank
Large option 16 gallon fresh water tank
7.5 Gallon frame mounted propane tank
Suburban electric propane furnace
Yakima track and load bars
Limo tint Rear windows
Back up camera
Marine Vinyl Flooring with matching Carpet overlay
Porta Potty
4AGM Lifeline House Battery with Built in separator
Scangauge II
Optional larger 46 gallon Transferlow fuel tank
Pioneer 12 disc CD Changer (not working and we suspect there are CDs in the changer that go with the sale)
Rancho 9000 Adjustable shocks
QuickAir 3 Air Compressor (portable steel case version)
CB radio
Aliminess side ladder

Duo added options:
Lowrance Baja 540C
17" Mojave Teflon Wheels
BFGoodrich All-terrain 315/75R17 Tires
2 NATO Water Cans
Mombasa Awning
Pioneer double din head unit w/dvd/mp3/XM satellite etc
Warn premium hub rebuild
Onboard Trickle charger for starting battery





The Honda EU2000i portable generator goes with the rig.

We have enjoyed the short camping trips taken this past summer and know that everything is in working order.
Edited this post to add that the rig is housed in a climate controlled RV barn in Northern Nevada (Reno/Carson City area).

Update: Added more photos of exterior and interior to my gallery.

E-mail: c.simmers@sbcglobal.net

Thanks for looking.
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Old 10-14-2009, 08:00 PM   #2
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Re: 2003 Sportsmobile 4X4 EB50 V10

Sorry to see a good Rig be for sale. We need to find a permanent home for this guy.
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Old 10-14-2009, 09:53 PM   #3
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Hello do you have inside pictures.

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Old 10-14-2009, 11:36 PM   #4
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In response to a request for interior pics:



It was cold and cloudy today so I need to take more interior photos tomorrow.
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Old 10-15-2009, 12:48 AM   #5
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Re: 2003 Sportsmobile 4X4 EB50 V10

I'm sorry to hear that your going to be selling your SMB, but I understand how things change, sometime a little to quickly!
Good luck with your sale, it's a very nice rig and I doubt it will be hard to sell.

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Old 10-15-2009, 12:52 PM   #6
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If we had the money i'd be buying it back. Good luck with the sale Cindy.
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If we had the money i'd be buying it back. Good luck with the sale Cindy.
Come on Dave. That's only like 1000 Trasharoos, right?


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Old 10-15-2009, 04:50 PM   #8
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Re: 2003 Sportsmobile 4X4 EB50 V10

Thanks for the encouragement Dave. You and I both know what a great rig this one is!

More interior photos:

Big fridge


"50" sofa/bed


Penthouse up minus bed


Driver's seat


Hope this clears up any questions folks might have about the interior.
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Old 10-18-2009, 12:00 AM   #9
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It was a beautiful day today and we took the rig out to the Washoe Lake area and snapped a few more photos.











There are more pics on my gallery.
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Old 10-18-2009, 12:41 AM   #10
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I ran the Camino del Diablo (Devils Highway) with this rig and it is part of the reason I wanted my own SMB. It has been well cared for and has been loved by the previous owners.

Great rig in a very nice color...someone grab this up!
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