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Old 01-10-2018, 01:37 PM   #1
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FS: One for the Duramax 4x4 crowd

Sweet rig.
I'm a Mopar guy (who became a FoMoCo guy when I bought an old SMB) but these diesel GMC/Chevy 4WD's look like the proverbial cat's pajamas.

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2007 GMC 3500 Sportsmobile 4X4 - $68500 (Denver)

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VIN# 1GTHG352861248834
2007 GMC RB 3500 Duramax Diesel 4X4
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Sportsmobile RB 50, Electric Pop-Top w/Bed, Swivel Captain Seats, Stove, Sink, Nova Kool 3.5 ft. Refrigerator/Freezer, Espar Airtronic Diesel Heater , Espar Hydronic & Flat Plate (Hot Water Heater), Exterior Shower, 10 Gal. Water Tank, Porta Potti, , Day/Night Shades, Under Floor Storage, Air Bags, Upgraded Kenwood Stereo/ AM/FM/CD,
110V, 12V, Wired/solar, Trailer Brake Controller, Rear Ladder, Roof Rack, Hitch, Exterior Light, Swing-away Tire Mount, Lots of Storage, Sleeps 4, Seats 5

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Old 01-10-2018, 02:26 PM   #2
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The Duramax is hard to beat in these vans for a combination of power, mileage, and noise. Man the price on that thing though for 134K miles, stock wheels and bumpers, is incredible but maybe thats where the market is at. I dunno.
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At first I thought this was the same rig for sale on SMB TX's website due to the price point. However the TX rig has 60,000 less miles, is a year newer, and has better equipment.
https://sportsmobile.com/preowned-sp...ile-texas-inc/
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Yep that one seems to make a little more sense. Looks really really good.
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I think if the seller (of the first van) put 2k in wheels and tires on it he'd have a lot more luck getting close to his price. Makes all the difference (as seen in the second ad).
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I think if the seller (of the first van) put 2k in wheels and tires on it he'd have a lot more luck getting close to his price. Makes all the difference (as seen in the second ad).
I agree it makes the appearance/pictures look much better. However, I would think a serious buyer would rather replace them on their own and get exactly what they wanted while having more negotiating power on the sale price.
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In some ways, I actually *dig* the unassuming factory steel wheels....makes the van a bit more stealthy/less likely to attract attention. If it squeezed some bigger rubber on those same rims it wouldn't hurt though of course.....
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The GMC in Denver, ironically enough, is from the same owner I purchased our SMB from. This was their replacement all those years ago, now to be replaced by a 4X4 Sprinter.
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