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Old 02-09-2013, 10:14 AM   #1
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2008 (New 2010) Bigfoot Truck Camper 25C10.6E -Oregon **SOLD

The kids are getting bigger and we've outgrown our beloved Bigfoot (having previously outgrown our Westy, then our Sporty, as some of you may recall). This is the 2008 Anniversary Edition unit, but we bought in brand new from the dealer in 2010. This is truly a four season camper and it's bombproof (fiberglass clamshell design like a boat). List on this unit was $41,000. This is better than new. Options not included in NADA value include dually brackets, dual batteries. alumn stairs (not those flimsy ones you see elsewhere). Also comes with a Samsung flat screen TV and Samsung DVD player. 2500 Onan LP generator. Full indoor shower, outdoor shower, AC, 6 gal water heater, double door fridge/freezer (LP and 110v), stereo, thermal windows, two sky lights (the one in the galley area has a pleated shade) and the other is in the shower, power vent fan, electric jacks with remote, solar pre-wire, LED lights, etc. A truly 4 season camper. Sleeps up to four. See specs below. Will include the four Fast Gun tie downs at $25k (stainless version, not painted, cost around $400). Make no mistake, we love this camper. Once one of the nuggets goes off to college in 5 years, we'll get another Bigfoot (we like it that much). Sleeps 2 adults and 2 well-behaved kids (that's why we need something bigger), or 3 adults. Thanks. $25,000.















My extremely well cared for and farkled Dmax will be up for sale after the camper goes.

I know a couple of you will ask what we've done now. Well, went with a Krystal K30. Lost our ability to go off-road with this new unit (that is, until I put a front axle and transfer case into it (F550 chassis)).
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:31 PM   #2
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Re: 2008 (New 2010) Bigfoot Truck Camper 25C10.6E -Oregon

Bump for a super nice rig. We are making the move to a camper but hope that it's not an intermediary step for us like it was for you. Bigfoot makes a top notch camper, the fiberglass shell is tough to beat. Best of luck with the sale.
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Old 02-12-2013, 07:12 PM   #3
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Good to see you are doing well. Miss your posts. I think your "What have you done to your SMB today" is still one of the longest topics. Thought you might be going to an EarthRoamer to get space and 4x4. You would have to sell the house first though I guess. Good luck.
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Old 02-12-2013, 09:47 PM   #4
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Re: 2008 (New 2010) Bigfoot Truck Camper 25C10.6E -Oregon

Hey Steve! How's it going? I definitely need to pop in here more, although I'm not in the club anymore (unless I can commandeer Andrew's home brew van.
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Old 02-12-2013, 09:57 PM   #5
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Re: 2008 (New 2010) Bigfoot Truck Camper 25C10.6E -Oregon

Remember, you don't have to own an SMB to be on the forum and in the 'CLUB', Just have to have an interest.

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...and Mike's old air compressor!!
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Old 02-12-2013, 10:27 PM   #7
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Where were ya wang we was worried!
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Very nice 2500 series and good luck with the sale. Bigfoots are fantastic units! I've got a Bigfoot 3000 and in many ways wish i would have gone with the 2500. Sometimes i feel its a little big for the backroads.
Can i ask what kind of enclosed trailer is in the 5th picture taken with a gopro?
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Re: 2008 (New 2010) Bigfoot Truck Camper 25C10.6E -Oregon

Thank you sir. yes, we looked at the 3000 and the 1500, and like porridge, the 2500 was just right. I really wish we could keep it because most of the time, it's perfect for us (if just the kids or riding buddies and me). However, once we add a wife into the picture, with kids that seem to fight non stop when they share the dinette bed, well, then it gets a little small. The BFs are so well insulated and efficient so it's gong to be difficult to adapt to the MH that doesn't compare in that regard.

The trailer. That, my friend, is a TPD trailer. The best trailer on the market. 10k capacity. So strong that I actually considered, for a moment, a custom build on a cab chassis with a TPD as a base for an RV.

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Thanks for the response. I will look into those trailers, they sound like the perfect trailer.

As my family grows more and more and not wanting to give up the BF i've thought about doing a 4x4 conversion on a 4 season BF motorhome, seems like a good compromise.
Thanks again for the info.
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