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Old 11-29-2013, 09:01 AM   #1
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2004 GMC Savanna SMB Quigley Glendale, CA

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Old 11-29-2013, 12:37 PM   #2
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Re: 2004 GMC Savanna SMB Quigley Glendale, CA

From Seller: GMC Savanna 3500 has V8, 6.0 Vortec Engine...it has absolutely no issue. It does not have a propane tank/line and food was never cooked inside the Sportsmobile.
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Old 11-29-2013, 01:51 PM   #3
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Re: 2004 GMC Savanna SMB Quigley Glendale, CA

Not bad. A GM 6.0 is a solid engine with reasonable fuel economy. And the Quigley 4x4 is the same as the GM p/u 4x4.

Price is pretty good compared to a Ford of the same vintage.

No propane is an issue for some.

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Re: 2004 GMC Savanna SMB Quigley Glendale, CA

What would someone do for heat? I'm fine with a portable cooking device of some sort and/or portable gas gen.
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Re: 2004 GMC Savanna SMB Quigley Glendale, CA

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What would someone do for heat? I'm fine with a portable cooking device of some sort and/or portable gas gen.
I'm curious about this as well. Are there any safe options for high elevation 8,500 feet and above?
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Old 11-29-2013, 02:56 PM   #6
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Re: 2004 GMC Savanna SMB Quigley Glendale, CA

It looks like there is a stove on the counter next to the sink. If it does have a stove, it must have a connection for a portable propane tank.

As far as heat, I think I've read people using something called a "Mr. Buddy" propane heater. Not sure what elevation does to the usability though.
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Old 11-29-2013, 07:18 PM   #7
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It looks like there is a stove on the counter next to the sink. If it does have a stove, it must have a connection for a portable propane tank.
You figure that's a stove? I don't see any heat shield above it, don't the builtins usually have a heat shield?

Also this is not the place for heater discussion, please take it to: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=12414
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Looks like a lid to one, but I noticed that there wasnt a heat shield above it also. Maybe its a lid for a top loading storage area?
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Re: 2004 GMC Savanna SMB Quigley Glendale, CA

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What would someone do for heat? I'm fine with a portable cooking device of some sort and/or portable gas gen.

Espar (and maybe Webasto?) make a gasoline-fired heater, although they don't seem too popular.
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