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Old 10-30-2017, 08:14 PM   #1
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SOLD: 2000 SportsMobile GMC 3500 Savana $22,500

For sale is a fully outfitted SportsMobile, with low miles, built on a 2000 GMC 3500 Savana extended body van. We bought this van a couple months ago with the intention of converting it to 4x4 and using it as our adventure camping van. Unfortunately, is has only sat in our driveway since we bought it. We now have other life plans, that sadly do not include the adventure van, so we are selling it. The camper van is in very good shape, but it does have a few cosmetic issues. The cabinets show some wear and tear, and there are some blemishes in one area of the cabinets - I have pictures I can send you if you are interested. The tires show sidewall cracking and should probablly be replaced. The paint looks good, but there are some minor dings, scratches and wear. It was just smogged, CA registration is current until Oct 2018, and I have the pink slip. This is a really nice vehicle, and everything works! Located in Oceanside, California (San Diego county).

2000 GMC 3500 Savana, 2WD, Automatic, 5.7L V8 (350), Gasoline
119k miles
Hi-top roof (6'4" interior ceiling height)
Interior shower - full size, standup shower
Two burner Atwood, propane stove
Microwave oven
Stainless steel sink w/soap dispenser
Norcold refrigerator w/ small freezer (2-way, 2 cu.ft.)
Suburban propane furnace
6.2 gal Atwood propane water heater
Dometic rooftop AC and heater
3-speed Fantastic fan w/ Maxxair rain cover
Wired for cable TV (no TV intalled)
Dining table with 2 different tops
2 couches fold down into large bed in rear
Storage area above cab converts to bed
Blackout curtains on all rear windows
Carbon Monoxide detector
Propane detector
6.9 gal (40 lb) chassis mounted propane tank
20 gal fresh water tank
Surflo 2.8 gpm water pump
Grey water holding tank (not sure of capacity)
Dual (2) house battteries with batttery isolator
Shore power plugin (GFI protected)
Converter automatically charges batteries while pluggged in
110v and 12v interior outlets
Lots of interior lights
Captains chairs that swivel
Sony AM/FM, CD stereo with Aux input
Reverse camera
Keyless entry
Power windows and locks
Cruise control
Power mirrors with heaters
Tinted cab windows
Dashboard cover
Exterior cover for front windshield
Exterior porch light
Exterior 110v outlet
Hard cover for spare tire mounted on rear
Used Porta Potti that came with it (if you want it)

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Old 10-30-2017, 11:04 PM   #2
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Looks like a really nice SMB for the money! Good luck with the sale!

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Old 10-30-2017, 11:34 PM   #3
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Great layout. Love all that storage. Makes me miss our old high top which didn't even have the upper bunk.
Old van: 1997 E250 EB30 (Stolen)
New van: 2003 E250 EB10
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Old 10-31-2017, 07:21 AM   #4
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If it had a third captain's seat I'd probably be all over this! Nice van.
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Old 11-04-2017, 12:24 PM   #5
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Thanks for the kind words. Yes it is a pretty nice rig. I am not really sure what its worth, but a couple of friends with SMBs told me I should start around this price....
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Old 11-05-2017, 01:18 AM   #6
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Could list the dimensions of the beds?

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Old 11-08-2017, 04:31 PM   #7
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The bed is irregular in shape. There are two opposing back bench seats, one on each side of the van. The bench seat on the drivers side is 71" long, and the bench seat on the passenger side is 49" long. The seat cushions lay down togther to form a bed that is the full width of the van (side to side) and is 67" across. The driver side cushion is 71" long from front to back and the passenger side cussion is 49" long from front to back. I sleep a bit diagonally and my GF sleeps side-to-side in the back. It works for us, we are not tall people.

There is also an 8"-9" open air gap between the end of the bed and the back of the van. I was planning on adding a simple support to place another cushion, which will add another 8" or 9" to the front-to-back dimension of the bed.

Hope that helps.
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Old 11-19-2017, 06:32 PM   #8
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Price Drop $19,900.
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Old 12-04-2017, 02:53 PM   #9
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This vehicle has been SOLD.

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