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Old 04-09-2021, 06:22 PM   #1
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For Sale: 2006 Ford E-350 Super Duty Sportsmobile, $25,500 OBO

2006 Ford E-350 Super Duty Camper Van (Sportsmobile) in search of soulmate(s) for life of adventure. I enjoy epic road trips, weekend getaways, and solo treks. I am prepared for four-season escapades; fully insulated for winter, great airflow for summer. I have been with non-smokers, and for the past 8 years non-pet people; but I am open to traveling with both. I like Boondocking and hanging out at KOAs. I am comfortable in both rural and urban environments.

For your sleeping needs I have a single on the bottom, and when the camper top is lifted, there is a queen-size bed to sprawl out on. I do not have any grey or black tanks but can easily carry portable water as shown in one of my profile pictures (blue water jugs are NOT included). I have a roof-top solar panel, duel roof vents, propane heat, propane hook up for a stove, and chest fridge\freezer that is powered by solar for keeping your beverages and food cool.

I need to part ways with my current companions due to some family medical issues that have seen me idle for the past three years. I am 76,007 miles young with a solid body and a few ailments. It would be great to find someone who is a little handy to bring me back to a road ready state. I will need some new fluids, battery, and possible tires. A quick jump will have me up and running. My right roof-actuator is broke and I have issues raising my top because of it. Nothing some minor surgery cannot fix. I have a couple of dings and a bit of peeling paint above one door.

Please view my profile pictures for detailed imagery (more pictures than what I can post are available). If you like what you see, have your people call mine and we can arrange a time to meet. I currently reside in Westerville, Ohio. If all goes well, we can be hitting the road together for the asking price of $25,500 OBO. Some of you may recognize me as GreyDawg’s one time travel partner; she was my original owner and you would be my third!

Check out my stats below! or follow the link for more pictures: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AqnIKtAfUOEmgXK4...aIrj3?e=s0jsgb

2006 Ford RB E350 5.4L V8
• Former 12 passenger van (power windows/locks, cruise, front and rear air, etc.)
• 76,007 miles
• Small dent in rear bumper
• Speaker cover on side door is cracked
• Normal dings and wear for a 15 year old Van
• Seats two & Sleeps three
• Floor: 3/8” plywood + Allure vinyl flooring (easy to remove – nothing is glued down)

Work by Colorado Camper Vans (Fall 2012)
Roof
• CCV 16” rise electric pop-top roof with LED lights (roof and lights on remote fob as well as interior rocker switches)
• Quiet Ride insulation
• Arctic wall fabric (Triple Wall Insulation)
• Color match paint
• Fantastic Fan, Front w/Remote
• Fantastic Fan, Rear – Manual
Solar
• GS100 Solar Panel (AM Solar, Springfield OR)
• Blue Sky IPN-ProRemote battery monitor
• BlueSky SolarBoost 2512i(X) MPPT controller
Propane
• Propex furnace (6500 btu)
• Under carriage propane tank with side panel access
• Feeder tube into van with Coleman fitting
Interior
• Single fixed bed with hinged lid (Passenger side)
• Side door cabinet with swing up table
• Long side cabinet with drawers, pull out table
• Cabinet for cooler, 27" x 20" x 19h", top-opening. 12V socket inside cabinet.
• Pass-through 110V Marinco outlet
Other
• Bushwacker Fender Flares
• Rear ladder
• Roof rack with expanded steel cargo deck with lashing points
• Porch light (works by wall switch or on remote)
Work by SMB-TX (Fall 2009)
• House Battery: 4D AGM (under side step)
• SurePower 1315-200 battery separator
• re-routed rear air from ceiling to driver's rear pillar
Other stuff
• Front hitch
• Rear hitch
• Tinted windows all around
• Easy to reconfigure: there is no piping, water tank, or elaborate wiring in the cabinets, it would be easy for someone to remodel the interior to suit their tastes/needs. The factory seats and seatbelts were removed, but the bolt holes are still there, so it could be reconfigured with new seats.
RX Items
• Battery
• Fluids
• Right roof-actuator
• Hoses and belts?
• Tires?
• Cabinet on side door is loose
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Top Up Ext.jpg   Driver Side.jpg   Rear Open - Show tanks.jpg   Side Door Open B.jpg   Dash Area.jpg  

Inside Bottom B.jpg   Top Up Int.jpg   Solar Power to Battery Display.jpg   Rear Open.jpg   Inside Top.jpg  

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Old 04-09-2021, 07:34 PM   #2
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I think you really should say this is a Colorado Camper Van and give them the credit for the build rather than SMB!
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Old 04-10-2021, 12:14 AM   #3
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I did! Under the Colorado Camper Van heading I noted the work they did: roof, solar, propane, interior, and other. I edited out the extra space that was in there in case that was the confusion. Thanks.
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Please post more interior photos.
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Old 04-10-2021, 04:40 AM   #5
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Just added some additional photos.
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Old 04-13-2021, 05:18 AM   #6
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Sale on the van is pending.
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Old 04-30-2021, 01:12 PM   #7
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Hi there,
I am “ in” Colorado! I need a complete propane system as the
previous owner removed all of it!!! Can someone help me find
one that will fit my 2005 Sporty.....preferably in Colorado?
Thanks,
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Old 04-30-2021, 10:07 PM   #8
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Hi there,
I am “ in” Colorado! I need a complete propane system as the
previous owner removed all of it!!! Can someone help me find
one that will fit my 2005 Sporty.....preferably in Colorado?
Thanks,
ConnieKat
Hi Connie, did you realize you posted this in someone's classified ad?

You might have better luck and not frustrate the OP (seller) if you asked this in the general Sportsmobile section.

Cheers!
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