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Old 10-23-2010, 01:42 PM   #1
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2008 Sportsmobile Advice

Hi, new to forum and unfortunately have to sell our Ford Sportsmobile. Looking for some advice on pricing/selling. It is a 2008 E150 with 5.4L and Sportsmobile conversion. Has less than 1600 miles on it and seats 7. Lot's of extra's and basically new. Thanks

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Old 10-24-2010, 10:19 PM   #2
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Re: 2008 Sportsmobile Advice

Cool, it's like a transformer but with the stuff in the back. I think for the right person this would be worth more- somebody with a large family or who takes buds ATVing or whatever. The problem is finding that right person without dropping the price so much that it would be right for anybody.

I am a little surprised that it's an E150. Maybe scratch the trailer full of ATVs idea, but it might be a selling point that it's lighter offroad (is it? I'm not familiar with 2008s...) but then again the shifter isn't SMB4x4 and it sits like a quigley...

So, what did you pay for it? How much do you owe on it?

I'd guess $50-55 new, so start at $46,000-48,000 maybe. It's tough because it's going to be a unique vehicle unless someone else goes to SMB and says "Build me this!" and of course I'm just blindly guessing at what its got (apart from the seating).
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