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Old 10-25-2013, 05:54 PM   #1
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Old-fashioned cut n' paste build.

The internet abounds with pictures of SMBs of the RB50 variety, but not too many exist of said van with a Voyager top. At least not ones with the full complement of Aluminess bumpers, 35" tires and a cool roof rack. My wife has seen plenty of PH-topped vans but we are leaning a bit toward a fixed top. What will the beast look like? Enter: printer, paper, scissors and tape! Thanks to Blackeye for "donating" the picture

I don't have a Photoshop, so this and my imagination will have to do

Build in planning stages - SMB-West or UJOR 4x4, V-10, Pueblo Gold, lots of other stuff...
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Old 10-25-2013, 05:59 PM   #2
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Re: Old-fashioned cut n' paste build.

That's my dream van right there. I love the fixed top and I don't need the extra room of the EB.

We have a 1993 E250 RB with the Voyager top. We're really happy with it soo far. Roof rack, rear swing out and 2" lift are the only things we really want to do to make ours perfect for us.


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Old 10-26-2013, 05:10 PM   #3
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Re: Old-fashioned cut n' paste build.

Sorry no bumpers or rack plus pre 08.
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