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Old 05-19-2010, 01:16 PM   #1
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FS: 2007 SMB 4x4 RB42 6.0PSD (SOLD)

Hello All,

We have decided to put our 2007 SMB up for sale: http://web.me.com/rayranada/jmoran

Only reason we are selling is that we do not have the time to use it as often as we did; now it's time to let another family continue the adventure.

For those interested in a turn-key expedition vehicle, this is it.

Recent maintenance at 30k, May 2010 by Bob's Brake & Alignment in Lawndale, CA: Including new Amsoil engine and transmission oil/filter, new fuel and air filters, f & r differental service, brake system flush, coolant system flush and complete chasis/suspension inspection/retorque and a/c + Starcool serviced and recharged.

New BFG 315/17 ATs, less than 500 miles.

Quick overview of features on this rig:
Pueblo Gold with Sand-colored leather interior w/black
Four Captain's seats (three swivel)
SMB 4x4 package
Deaver spring upgrade
Dynatrac front axle
Dynatrac rear HD floating axle
ARB lockers, front and rear
Mojave 17" rims
Brakeman upgrade

46 gal diesel fuel capacity
16 gal fresh water capacity
On board propane, with entenda flow, so you cab BBQ or cook up to 12' away from rig
Extreme-Air set up on passenger side

Electric PH (wife insisted on this option, it rocks!)
Custom Aluminess Rack (built for surfboards, canoe and extra bag storage on long trips)
Aluminess Trojan Front and Rear bumpers, with drop front box (includes custom fit two burner stove)
Aluminess side ladder (driver's side mount)
Fiamma F34 awning

Two Solara flexible photo-voltaic panels on roof provides power on remote camps (68w each)
Tripp-Lite Inverter
Starcool Air-conditioning
Espar Airtronic Heater (for winter camping)
Upgraded stainless stove (Italian made, flush-mount with counter top)
Microwave (we had SMB remove this, but can be reinstalled if needed)
Refrigerator
Sink

AMP electric running board, passenger side
Bushwacker fender flares
Hella HID lighting
Hella backup lighting
Rear mount backup camera
Hella 500 fog lights
Hella handheld spot, included

Kenwood CD/DVD with wireless headsets
DVD player on ceiling mount
Sirius radio installed
MB Quart speakers

Dynamat insulation throughout
Ravelco anti-theft installed

Also included:
Custom Pelican box, with leather camp-cushion on top
Upgraded KYB 5ton jack + stand
Two pair (4) Pegweg snowchains
Partner campstove
Arctic shades

SOLD

I would like to extend our thanks and grateful appreciation to Ray (Surfgeek33) for going out of his way to photo 'Aggie' and create the website above. Thanks Ray!

-Jeff
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Old 05-20-2010, 11:44 AM   #2
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Re: FS: 2007 SMB 4x4 RB42 6.0PSD

Folks

If you are looking for a very well thought out, super clean, don't need anything else SMB, this is the one. I have been drooling over Jeff's van since he got it and had the pleasure of camping out in it on a guys weekend of shooting and eating. With the Deaver springs, it rides better than my little Honda Element. I can't think of anything I would change or want different. Everything from the color, to the rims/tires, bumpers, rack, interior and everything else just looks and feels right.

Everything was professionally installed, and it was professionally maintained as well. This thing is basically my dream vehicle...if I could afford it, it would be in my driveway!!!

Someone is going to be very happy with this van...I wish it was me!
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Old 06-11-2010, 11:13 AM   #3
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Re: FS: 2007 SMB 4x4 RB42 6.0PSD

Great looking SMB! A couple questions:

How many does it sleep?
Does it have a hot water heater?
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Old 06-12-2010, 04:21 PM   #4
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Re: FS: 2007 SMB 4x4 RB42 6.0PSD

Hi Bender, thanks for the kind words.

It sleeps two adults in the PH and two children below on the gaucho.

No hot water heater onboard our rig - and have never missed not having it. We generally use the solar shower for bathing.

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Old 06-12-2010, 08:43 PM   #5
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Re: FS: 2007 SMB 4x4 RB42 6.0PSD

SMB can always add a hot water heater after the build. Jeff's van was the reason we bought our SMB. This van is fully capable off road and looks awesome in person. Who ever gets this van will truly have a great rig, especially with Ford discontinuing the Diesels on E-series vans. Good luck with your sale Jeff.
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Old 06-13-2010, 02:40 PM   #6
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Thanks Ray!

-Jeff
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Old 06-13-2010, 02:53 PM   #7
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I like the solar panels on top. Any thoughts on protecting them when gear is in the rack? e.g. do you just lay a pad on top of 'em and be careful about weight?
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Re: FS: 2007 SMB 4x4 RB42 6.0PSD

Bender,

The Solara cells are made for more exposure, at the expense of lower efficiency. For us it was logical trade off, as they are lightweight too. We like them. You can place duffle bags surfboard (in bag) and other software up on top, but nothing heavy that might damage them goes up there.

The sun power on the PH has enabled us to stay for days in one place, running the fridge and other accessories without having to start the van and drive. It's a good feeling. That is unless you are camping under a canopy of Redwoods in Del Norte State Park.

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Old 06-24-2010, 03:36 PM   #9
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Congratulations to the new buyers who are driving 'Aggie' to CO from CA right now. Hopefully we'll see their posts here in the future. Found a great home for our van. Thank you Ray, for all your help!
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Any time Jeff! Congrats to the new owners!

Cheers

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