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Old 04-05-2008, 10:10 AM   #1
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Our Van is in!!!

My wife and I visited SMB Fresno last week to finalize our SportsMobile. Hopefully we will get it by July. Took a couple of pics during our trip. Our van "BB" is based off a Ford F350 EB chassis with a -V10 engine. Dark metallic Gray and (we bit the bullet) opted for the 4x4 .



Finished SportsMobile Line up!



2x4 SMB




A couple 4x4 SMB, white one is still in production!



Eagle Alloys. Personally, I still like the old AR Mojaves



One of the new options my wife wanted, a flushed mount stove on the galley.



And our floor plan!!! Its a Combination of Canyonclan's and the EB 71 (One of SMB's old floorplans)
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Old 04-05-2008, 11:24 AM   #2
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Congratulations Surfgeek. I love the layout. Also, you will never regret having 4x4, it just means a "little" more money. Now for the hard part...the wait. The worst part about the wait is that you may come up with a couple extra upgrades that you didn't consider originally and the build list keeps on growing. At least that's what happened to us (keypad entry, flat plate and espar).
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. ...At least that's what happened to us (keypad entry, flat plate and espar)....
sdwindansea,

Who did the keypad entry for you guys? Do you remeber how much that cost? I think that would be ideal for us when ever we surf!

Thanks, Ray
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Rob (electronics guy) at SMB installed the keypad for us. That and the extra large storage are my two favorite options. I believe it cost right around $400.
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Old 04-10-2008, 07:59 PM   #5
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Ray, you guys will be stylin' in 'BB'.

The 4x4 is a chunk of change, but I think you will put it to use. I can't imagine being stuck w/the family, in the sand on some beach, thinking I wish I had 4 wheel drive to get outta this!

Hope to see you on the road, or at the campfire. I just p/u'd one of those SMEV stoves too. They are a big improvement over the stock unit.

Congratulations!



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