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Old 11-22-2017, 08:07 AM   #1
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Very clean Agile 4x4 Traverse

This was Ramsey's personal van. It's very nice. His wife has decided to sell it.

Agile 4x4 (you know it's done right by the company's founder)
Pleasure Way Traverse (similar to SMB RB50).
5.4 V8 with just under 100k.
Full aluminess bumpers
Loaded and clean.

https://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/...396602715.html
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Old 11-22-2017, 08:10 AM   #2
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Man, hold me back! What a sweet ride.
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Old 11-22-2017, 09:30 AM   #3
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"Custom wheels"
Ha! Those are the factory al wheels with black spray paint
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"Custom wheels"
Ha! Those are the factory al wheels with black spray paint
I'm not seeing any mention of wheels, let alone custom wheels.
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Those are most likely the Ford OEM Forged Alcoa wheels with powdercoat on them. I was offered these when I got my Agile conversion done. They are strong as all get out and are of much higher quality than a cast and machined wheel.

That is a really nice van.
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Man if I could I would... That thing is AWESOME!!! Love that shots with the dog in the front seat, my kinda van.
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Old 11-23-2017, 02:59 PM   #7
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I'm not seeing any mention of wheels, let alone custom wheels.
It's no longer there, the advertisement had been changed a day ago...
Flux, you're correct. Ford's Alcoa wheels, same as mine.
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Jan wants to move this fast.. price drop!
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Old 11-27-2017, 10:25 PM   #9
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Pretty sweet looking van in that silver. How much does an Agile conversion typically run? Seems like I usually see those Traverses on CL between $15-20k, is there really another $40k (well $35k or so with the lower price) in build out with the 4x4 conversion that Agile does??
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Pretty sweet looking van in that silver. How much does an Agile conversion typically run? Seems like I usually see those Traverses on CL between $15-20k, is there really another $40k (well $35k or so with the lower price) in build out with the 4x4 conversion that Agile does??
Some times things can be a little confusing, yes you might find a GTRV for 15k in 2wd but not with less than a 100k on the clock.

A Traverses in 2wd in this condition is more like 22-25K maybe a bit more...The other is the running tally of parts... I'm not counting everything but just a quick look and I see roughly $32K in upgrades. So this is a fair price.

Break down as follows.
Agile Off-Road (installed at 95,0xx miles):
--TTB Independent front suspension 4x4 conversion
--Ride Improvement Package: Custom-tuned front and back Fox Shox and steering stabilizer with custom leaf-springs. $20k
Warn Locking Manual Hubs
Electronic transfer case $1200.00
4.88 Gears
35 Spline Detroit rear $??
Powr-Lok differential$??
Aluminess front bumper with winch and brush guards $3150.00
Aluminess rear bumpers with swing arm tire carrier and utility box $2980 .00
Six BFG All-terrain TIA LT285/75R16 tires (2 spare tires) $1800.00
Ford OEM Forged Alcoa wheels powdercoated black $800.00
45-gal gas tank $1200.00
Lower 12" of body exterior Rhino-lined $500.00

So you can easily see how things add up, these vans are not cheap to build and they take lots of time, energy and money. This van in particular is worth it and whom ever buys it will have a very nice vehicle and a peace of history.
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