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Old 07-20-2016, 01:14 PM   #1
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2003 7.3L Diesel Ford E350 RB Sportsmobile 4x4

2003 Ford E350 RB Sportsmobile 7.3L Diesel 4x4
$69,000
More Photos here: pix.sfly.com/z1kMjxZM

This is the latest model Sportsmobile you can buy that has the 7.3L diesel motor. Interior and 4x4 work performed by Sportsmobile Fresno. Interior was upgraded in 2014. Only 1​18​,000 miles. $69,000 OBO.

ORIGINAL: Sportsmobile 4x4 Conversion; Electric Pop-Top Bed, 4 Captains Chairs, Leather Swivel Seats, Rear Dinette convertible to bed, Seats 8 Sleeps 4, 10x10 Fiamma Awning, Aluminess Rear Bumper with Baja Box and Tire Rack, Yakima roof rack, Aluminess Side Ladder, Under Floor Storage, 17 gallon Water Tank, Pioneer Head Unit with iPod & USB connection.

NEW UPGRADES in 2014: 2x 100W Solar Panels with Charge Controller, 2x 4D House Batteries, Magnum Air Compressor, Fox 2.0 Shocks, Espar Flatplate Hot Water, Exterior Shower, LED Interior Lights, Maple Cabinets, Maple Dinette Frame, Refrigerator, Brand New 2016 BF Goodrich All Terrain KO2 Tires.

ACCESSORIES INCLUDED: Removable Sportsmobile Bug Screens for side and rear doors, 2x 12V Fan-Tastic Fans, 12V Samlex 300W Pure Sine Inverter; Van Cover

This camper is perfect for two to four people. The dinette and the pop-top can sleep four comfortably and will be great for a family. With two 4D house batteries and 200W solar panels, you can be off grid almost indefinitely. In 2014 we updated the layout to bring the kitchen outside and to maximize storage and living area in the interior. We also did away with the installed wattage inverter and opted for a portable pure sine inverter for electronics which is included. There is an exterior water hose and a hot water system. It has everything you need and nothing you don't. Easy to maintain and nothing to break. The vehicle is in great shape, interior and exterior. There are two small dents that you will see in the pictures from the previous owner. Diesel mileage is excellent, 14-15 mpg on highway. Oil change and all maintenance regularly. Super reliable motor with no issues. We do not off-road at all, we drive and camp. We are starting a new business now and that is the reason we are selling.

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Located in San Francisco Bay Area

Contact Simon at tjlee9566@gmail.com, or call 510 - nine six two - zero six nine eight
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Old 07-20-2016, 01:52 PM   #2
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This is the oft-referred to but rarely seen 'Holy Grail': 7.3 PSD with SMB 4x4.

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Old 07-20-2016, 04:09 PM   #3
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Damn, this is the exact floorplan I am trying to DIY in my e350 right now. Not a lot of info on this floorplan at all. GLWS!
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Old 07-20-2016, 09:36 PM   #4
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Absolutely love the color in and out. Glws it should sell quickly.
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Old 07-20-2016, 10:00 PM   #5
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I to like that floor plan. Hard to find.
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Old 07-21-2016, 09:30 AM   #6
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That is such a cool layout. That cant be beat for a multi function van! A little hard to picture how the rear bed works. Im assuming one side or the other slides flat to form bed?

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Old 07-21-2016, 09:34 AM   #7
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That is such a cool layout. That cant be beat for a multi function van! A little hard to picture how the rear bed works. Im assuming one side or the other slides flat to form bed?

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Pretty sure both sides flatten to form a bed to sleep across the van.

Definitely a sweet layout for a traveling family.
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Old 07-21-2016, 10:47 AM   #8
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I have a similar rear "dinette" that makes into our bed by folding one side bottom into the middle. To be honest, it is almost always in the bed position. It does have lots of storage under the two seats.

What I like about this van is the two second row seats - wish I had those.
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I have a similar rear "dinette" that makes into our bed by folding one side bottom into the middle. To be honest, it is almost always in the bed position. It does have lots of storage under the two seats.

What I like about this van is the two second row seats - wish I had those.
I totally agree. I have the four captains chairs and find to be very useful as a people mover, then take out the two backseats and you have plenty of storage or room for dogs etc.
Takes about four minutes to take the backseats out
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I hate to admit it, but I had to transport people in lawn chairs...
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