Turtle Top Class B RV 119,000 miles and going up as I use it. $7250 OBO
This was going to be my All Road camper. Live inside instead of around like you do with a landcruiser etc. PO had raised it and cleaned off the fragile side steps etc. But the only dirt I took it on was the camping area at OVEX10. Now to feed my addiction I have gone out an am in the process of buying a Sportsmobile from Florida and a 4x4 Diesel E350 from Utah. (no wonder the missus gives me that raised eyebrow look when I say "look what I found"
Now to save you scrolling to the bottom to see the photos, here they are in miniature:
Fridge 2 way
Sink, Water Tank, Pump (but no gray water tank.)
Hotplate and overhead cooktop vent
TV and Video (12 volt)
Rooftop Vent Fan (12 Volt)
Rear AC unit (5000 BTU I think)
Dinette seating on either side that converts into the bed.
Dinette table removable and stores in rear.
3 Captains chairs, drivers is powered.
Limo lighting along with reading lights etc.
Sliding windows on sides, popout windows on side entry doors.
Pulldown shades all windows (except the drivers cabin).
Insect netting on all opening windows (except drivers cabin)
Cab curtain clips on above windshield.
Front and rear AC (engine driven)
House battery and charger but no inverter.
Shore power (30 amp I think) and water inlet.
Hightop with built-in AC and rack.
Paint is in good condition.
½ dozen small dings (Photos available)
1 small mark on windshield.
Spotlights and bar do not come with the van.
5.8 L Fuel Injected Gas
2 wheel drive. (I do not know if it has a limited slip diff so lets say it is open)
Brakes pad and rotors checked within the last month.
ABS light does flash on (Ford guru says sensors but I have not put it on a diagnostic machine to check)
Front has 2 ½ inch spring lift.
Rear has had springs reset and helper added to match the height.
New Bilstien shock all around.
As new rims and BFG tires.
New exhaust (rear section)
Fuel tank will leak if over filled (Ford Guru says rollover vents??? Need either tightening or new gaskets)
Interior photos to follow when I work out how to take decent ones