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Old 03-15-2020, 07:41 PM   #1
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2009 Pleasure-Way Traverse Ford E150 Pop-Top Campervan 94k miles (Chico, CA)

$39,000
2009 Pleasure-Way Traverse poptop campervan built on a 2008 Ford E150 chassis 94,000 miles. Similar to Sportsmobile RB50, GTRV Westy, or VW Westfalia layout. Seats 5 with latchpoints for 2 child car seats and sleeps 4. Propane two-burner stove, propane furnace, ac/dc refrigerator, sink with 12 gal fresh water and 8.7 gal gray water tank, microwave (works only on shore power), back up camera, front and rear hitch, two-wheel drive (rear wheel), two spare tires. Fits in standard parking space and garage. Worked better than a van conversion for us.
Owned since 2017 @70,000 miles and drove Dalton Highway to Deadhorse, AK. 2WD has not been a problem.
35 gal fuel tank
Poptop bunk 44"x73"
sofabed conversion 54"x 73"
propane tank 6.9 gal
shurflo water system
suburban auto ignition furnace
dinette table with tripod base
smoke detector
carbon monoxide detector
LP gas detector
fire extinguisher
110v/12v/30A power converter with charger
power fresh gray water monitor panel
12 gal fresh water
8.7 gray water tank
locking water center
aux battery deep cycle 2018
aux battery disconnect
passenger chair swivel and recline
stainless steel sink
sink cover/cutting board
25/30 A power cord
privacy curtains for all windows
tires with $9k miles including 2 spares
front and rear hitches
backup camera
JVC DVD bluetooth headunit
(does not come with winch or wilco rear tiregate or maxtraxx)
has not had any mechanical problems and rv components have worked flawlessly and technical advice from Pleasure-Way support has been fantastic.

We had planned on driving this to Ushuaia but had another baby and needed seating for six.

Price is $39,000.
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Old 03-15-2020, 07:56 PM   #2
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You sure thatís an E150? Most of the ones I have seen are 250s.
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Old 03-15-2020, 08:26 PM   #3
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i have read that the suspension for this year is an e250 but vin is still e150.
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Old 03-15-2020, 08:34 PM   #4
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Starting in 2008 Ford upgraded the 150s to basically be the same as the older 250s, so PW started using the 150.

I had a 2002 Traverse for a short time last year. They have really good build quality. Better than Sportsmobile IMO.
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Old 03-15-2020, 09:08 PM   #5
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Yup. 2007+ E150s took the old 8500/8600 GVWR formerly occupied by the E250. Notice the 8-lug wheels.
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