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Old 12-16-2016, 07:07 PM   #1
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1996 Dodge Sportsmobile - $14500

Not really a fan of the Dodge vans, but this one looks awesome. Interior looks super clean and the color scheme isn't something that makes it look like it was built in the 90's.

1996 Dodge Sportsmobile trade?
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Old 12-19-2016, 10:07 AM   #2
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Interesting, this was on sale back in March for 16,500. I tried contacting the guy but never got a response back.

Is it common for the propane tank fill valves to be mounted that way on a Dodge?
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I like that thing.

When it was posted last, back in March, I sent a note to the seller too (inquiring for another buddy of mine who was interested in getting an SMB)....and I did, eventually, hear back from him, but sure seem to remember it took a while.

He texted three or four more photos of the van, and a short additional bit of description of it. Definitely don't recall him seeming to be in any hurry to respond (or sell it) though.
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Is it common for the propane tank fill valves to be mounted that way on a Dodge?
That's a common mount for propane access on any van, it's just not, well, all that common. It's fine though. Some prefer it even. It's a bottom-fill style tank which hangs a bit lower then the ones with higher fill valves but allows you to not cut big holes in the side of the van. All the old VW buses had them and a lot of people still use them. Search for propane above. There's a recent thread showing lots of styles of tanks and mounts.

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