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Old 01-12-2018, 06:02 PM   #1
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FS: *Almost* looks like Ramsey's.

At first, I did a double-take....thought this MUST be Ramsey's Traverse being re-sold/flipped already.....it's even being sold just up the coast from Agile, North of San Diego......

But within a few moments looking at it, noticed the key Ramsey's van elements weren't right (4WD conversion isn't an Agile TTB, different wheels, etc.....)

Man, another sweet 4WD Traverse right here though.
Very nice!!!

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4x4 Van Pleasure Way Travers - $57000 (Cardiff by the Sea)

https://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/...449081364.html

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2005 Pleasure Way Traverse 4x4 Van
Ford E250 Super Duty with 5.4L Triton V8, 87,000 miles
The Pleasure Way Traverse is a factory built pop-top campervan with a WESTFALIA floor plan. It sleeps 4 with over 6ft of head room with the top raised. Equipped with a 2 burner stove, refrigerator, heater, sink and holding tanks and porta potty. In excellent mechanical shape. Everything works. Bought from original owner. No rust. Smogged and registered in CA. Professionally converted 4x4 conversion with a 2005 Dana 60 front axle. New BFG KO2 tires and Raceline wheels. New front and rear 13000 Lbs winches with custom winch bumpers and spare tire and cargo box swing arms. Note, this is a registered Class B motorhome. With motorhomes, you can obtain financing over a period of 10 years which which creates very low payments. You can also write off the interest on your payments the same as you do with the mortgage deduction you take on your home.
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Kitchen Amenities Include:
Corian Counter Tops
Atwood 2 Burner Stove
Microwave Oven
Norcold 1.9 cu ft. AC/DC Refrigerator
Stainless Steel Sink
Sink Cover/Cutting Board
Dinette Table w/ Tripod Base

Living Area Features:
Alpine stereo
Hide-A-Tenna TV Antenna
TV Hookups

Additional Options Include:
Power Boost Antenna
Fold Down Queen Size Bed
Towing Receiver
Fresh & Gray Water Tanks
Exterior Windshield & Side Window Cover
Port-a-potty
16,000BTU Auto Ignition Furnace

Coach Specifications and Features:
Shur-Flo Demand Water System
Thetford Porta-Potti
Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector/LP Gas Detector
Extinguisher
110 v/12v/30 amp Power Converter
Monitor Panel
Locking Water Fill Center
Deep Cycle Auxiliary Battery
Auxiliary Battery Disconnect
44"X73" Overhead Bunk
54"X75" Double Bed Area
Swivel and Recline Passenger Chair
25 ft. 30 AMP Power Cord
Privacy Curtains
Tow Package w/ Receiver (Never Towed Anything)

12 Gal. Fresh Water Tank
8.7 Gal Grey Water Tank
6.9 Gal Propane Tank
Thule Surf Rack

Pleasure-way

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Old 01-12-2018, 08:47 PM   #2
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Damn that's a great looking van.
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Wow that’s a great looking rig! The side steps and front bumper have a Crow’s vibe going on so I’d ask some questions if I were one who was interested....
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Nice! A similar roof rack system is on my to do list.
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I wonder what those flares are off of, and how much bump steer that thing has.
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I agree that is a great looking van. Only potential downside from the description may be the E250/V8.
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I agree that is a great looking van. Only potential downside from the description may be the E250/V8.
Only if you tow a lot. Otherwise it's not a downside.
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I'd be curious about the rear axle, as it's an E250....

The description mentions a Dana 60 front axle as part of the 4WD conversion....but there doesn't appear to be any mention of the rear axle's specs.

As an E250, that's almost guaranteed to have been originally built by Ford with a semi-float axle....gotta really wonder if that's been upgraded to full-float as part of the 4WD conversion. (If not....that's a potential Achilles heel for such a burly 4WD build that appears to be rolling on 35's (maybe even 37's?)

By the way --
You guys still suspecting a Crow's 4WD conversion here? I was wondering if someone wouldn't identify this by now definitively as a QuadVan, Quigley, etc by viewing the front axle/suspension photos.
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The side steps look exactly like those I’ve seen on Crows builds and I believe the bumper too. Doesn’t necessarily mean the conversion is though.
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