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Old 02-11-2019, 03:41 PM   #1
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SOLD: 2001 SMB E350EB, 4x4, Cruiser top, Rebuilt Interior

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2001 E350, V10, Quigley 4x4, Cruiser top, clean title in hand, zero accidents
Never had an engine issue, fluids changed regularly
Less than 10k mi on Agile Offroad RIP kit (shocks, variable rate coils, steering stabilizer, bushings, sway bar mounts)
Deaver rear leaf springs
Brakes in good condition
Few small dents, chips, dings from light offroad use
American Racing Mojave rims
Aluminess everything! – Bumpers, Baja Box, Swing Away spare, and roof rack
Daniel Stern headlights
Interior:
Gutted Sportsmobile interior and rebuilt by RVI in San Diego – all hardwood, no particle board - Improved ergonomics, storage, insulation, and overall quality over SMB interior
6’ 3” standup height (bed also sleeps 6’ 3”)
2x seat belts on gaucho bench
Upper birth for storage or small child(ren) bed
Fridge – 12v/120 4.3cf (has never drained battery, keeps food as cold as desired)
Composite countertops
TV/DVD
Hide-away cassette toilet
Electrical:
360w solar system with Blue Sky 3 stage controller
2x Group 30 AGM batteries well cared for
LED lighting
120v inverter
Location and power capable for microwave
Battery boost van battery override
Water:
16gal fresh tank
6gal propane hot water heater
Sink
Outside shower
Easy to winterize
Propane:
6gal propane tank w gauge
2 burner stove
LP connection for outside grill
16,000BTU Suburban propane furnace

Only selling because the family is outgrowing the seat belt count. Has been maintained and cared for to last many many more years. Asking $52,000.

Known issues: Needs tires but I want the new buyer to choose what they want, I'm picky on tires and you might be too. Also, the aux gas tank isn't working, does not impact function of OEM tank, likely a electrical/solenoid issue.
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Old 02-11-2019, 04:16 PM   #2
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Nice rig, and I don't expect it will last long at that price. GLWS.




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Old 02-11-2019, 04:25 PM   #3
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Ditto!
What are new ones going for? I haven’t looked it quite a while.
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Old 02-11-2019, 04:26 PM   #4
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Can’t spell either!!!
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Old 02-11-2019, 05:07 PM   #5
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If they layout would be different, i.e. bed in the back I'd really consider it. We have the similar layout in our old dodge, a bit annoyed with making the bed everyime to be able to walk through.
How roomy is the upstairs area, possible to extend for a full size bed?
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Ditto!
What are new ones going for? I haven’t looked it quite a while.
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I think $150+ but the biggest issue is the wait time, I've seen 2+ years listed on this forum.
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Old 02-11-2019, 05:28 PM   #7
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If they layout would be different, i.e. bed in the back I'd really consider it. We have the similar layout in our old dodge, a bit annoyed with making the bed everyime to be able to walk through.
How roomy is the upstairs area, possible to extend for a full size bed?
It hasn't been an issue for us at all, we go to bed and wake up and only takes a couple minutes to get the bed folded.

Upstairs can easily be built out for a full sized bed, we were going to do that but going from 1 to 3 kids put a kink in that plan.
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Old 02-11-2019, 06:42 PM   #8
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skiingjohn, Nice Van! It will make someone happy soon.
I'll throw in a plug for the walkthrough layout - I dont have anything against the 50 layout, but nothing more convenient that being able to access everything in the van... at anytime. Plus, IMO when you open the doors it just feels more spacious.
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Old 02-27-2019, 07:33 PM   #10
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