2000 Sportsmobile RB33 with Penthouse Top, Quigley 4x4 and V10 : $38,500
*Clean, great running van
*6.8 Liter V10
*modified RB33 plan
*Penthouse with 3 piece bed
*Transfer Flow TraxUFS Dual Gas Tank system with 55 gallon capacity
*brand new black alloy wheels (5)
*brand new 285-75/16 BFG All Terrain TA KO2s (5)
*new Fiamma F45 exterior awning
*new Universal UB12900 Group 27 Sealed AGM house battery
*Aluminess rear tire carrier
*Propane Tank (frame mounted)
*Two Burner Propane Stove
*Sink, faucet, 10 gallon fresh water, collapsible gray water tank
*Suburban propane furnace
*Dometic 3-way fridge with freezer (12V, 120V, propane)
*Banks TransCommand Transmission Command Module
*Banks PowerPack Stinger exhaust
*PowerAid throttle body spacer (seems to noticeably improve gas mileage and performance, but I'm no expert)
*Curtains for all windows, including windshield and front windows
*LED interior lights
*Toreador Red Clearcoat Metallic paint looks great
*New paint and clearcoat on penthouse top (there is a known issue with the old clearcoat peeling)
*Sleeps 4 in two beds
*Removable matching table for inside or outside use
*Full float rear axle (as opposed to semi-float)
*Power windows and door locks
*Factory Air Conditioning
This van is really nice. Previous owner was the original owner, and kept it up very well (retired Air Force officer). He and his wife sold it to me in order to get something larger for full time use.
Everything is in great condition, 4x4 system is good, and I had it all checked out by a mechanic who said it needed nothing other than brake fluid flush (seriously, I was shocked that any mechanic couldn't find some way to make some money, but that's a testament to the condition of this van). It really does drive like a much younger van.
The only known issues are small: some rock chips on lower body (see pics), couple of cracks in the laminate on the gaucho bed (see pics), small dent in rear bumper (see pics), some stains on marine flooring, and the new piezo igniter for fridge is a little unreliable but propane works well using lighter.
Just passed smog, clean CA title.
Disclaimer: Bought this van for my brother and nephew to use on their big trip through Colorado this summer.. I then fixed a few things and am reselling it now, and hope to make a few bucks.