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Old 07-30-2020, 03:10 PM   #11
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Thanks for the lecture dad, Iíll take my postings somewhere else. Sure seems the Sportsmobile world has changed from a tightly knit group to a bunch of tightly wound ******** that have nothing better to do than sit on their asses and be the internet police. Get a life! Maybe go wrench on your Sportsmobile or go camping!
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Old 07-30-2020, 03:18 PM   #12
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@Lazzboy3 lighten up a bit and see it from the perspective of those of us who have been active here for years and see this sort of post almost once a week, usually from someone new to the forum who comes in to post a van for sale and then disappears. If you have been around this forum for any amount of time youíd quickly realize this is a hugely helpful and friendly group of people. Getting all pissy at people right away is not cool or fair.
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Old 07-30-2020, 03:34 PM   #13
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...Obviously, I could say something less PC, but trying to remain professional unlike you.
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Thanks for the lecture dad, Iíll take my postings somewhere else. Sure seems the Sportsmobile world has changed from a tightly knit group to a bunch of tightly wound ******** that have nothing better to do than sit on their asses and be the internet police. Get a life! Maybe go wrench on your Sportsmobile or go camping!
Hum, impressive restraint - lasted all of 90 minutes.
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Old 07-30-2020, 08:05 PM   #14
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:02 AM   #15
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At least tell us where youíre going to post it so we can come see some pics and the price!
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Old 07-31-2020, 12:11 PM   #16
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Thanks for the lecture dad, Iíll take my postings somewhere else. Sure seems the Sportsmobile world has changed from a tightly knit group to a bunch of tightly wound ******** that have nothing better to do than sit on their asses and be the internet police. Get a life! Maybe go wrench on your Sportsmobile or go camping!
@Lazzboy13, I can relate that itís frustrating to get hit with what feels like a lecture when you were looking for some insight without needing to provide a lot of specificity. You did get at least one ballpark response so I hope that was helpful.

From a new SMB owner who bought off this forum, Iíd like to share that the specifics really do matter. I lurked for a long time and when I was to the point I was ready to jump in I had researched most of the Ford SMBs that had been sold in the last two years. A key part of my criteria, in addition to pictures and details in the ad itself, was the data I could find on what kind of attitude the previous owner had to the SMB. I was fortunate to buy a vehicle from someone who had been posting here for years with pictures of repairs and enhancementsóI could tell he took great care of his SMB and I could trust that I wasnít going to immediately face mechanical problems that would turn something awesome into a nightmare.

You have lots of options to sell your vehicle, and I wish you luck. Personally, at this point I would be steering clear of your vehicle just because your fuze was so short....it makes me wonder about what it would be like to deal with you as a seller. Since Iím no longer in the market, itís no skin off your nose, Iím just sharing the impact of this back and forth on me. Best of luck when you decide to sell.
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Old 07-31-2020, 01:40 PM   #17
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If it’s anywhere around me I’d be happy to go get pix and post them up for people to see.
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Love that post. Can we just get some stickies then please? It would help us be able to link a help vampire to the information directly. I like organization too much.

Again, a standard for selling a vehicle post would be so amazing! Like this for example

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Old 07-31-2020, 03:49 PM   #20
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I have a 2001 EB50 with 119k miles 4x4 Quigley package with upgraded Agile suspension overhaul done that Iím considering selling. It has the 7.3L Diesel motor. With several other upgrades. Looking to find out what these are going for now days. This rig is in excellent shape. Pics available upon request.

Inverter
Pop top
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Exterior shower
Water heater
Transfer flow fuel tank 55 gal. Capacity
Ruenel bumpers
Winch
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Recently upgraded sound system
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Both interior and exterior are in excellent shape.

Not enough info. My 2000 transfer flow tank just sprung a leak this year. So pictures are worth a thousand words. Maybe just post pics.
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