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Old 11-28-2021, 09:56 PM   #1
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WTB: 1996 or newer SMB

Looking for a 1996 or newer in Southern California area. Will travel if needed. Let me know what you have and asking.

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Old 11-29-2021, 12:21 AM   #2
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1996 was the last year of the 92 to 96 version.

The 1997 model year interior changed significantly (nearly completely) and was in place through 2007 with the 92 to 2007 front end sheet metal.

The 2008 model has the 2007 interior combined with the the newer front end sheet metal that was used from 2008 to 2014.

2009 model received an interior / dash remodel that remained through 2014.

There are slight revisions along the way to certain parts such as 97 to 2002 having different interior metal stamping on the front doors, different A pillar trims, etc from the 2003 model year.

Beastie 3: 2002 7.3 EB Cargo: Agile TTB, CCV High Top, Custom Walk Through, Lots of stuff added.
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Old 11-30-2021, 09:52 AM   #3
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I am getting ready to post my 2007 SMB in the next day or two if you are interested. Here is the features. Im still building the add:

2007 Sportsmobile 4x4. It is time to let my unicorn go. Voyager fixed high-top. If you know sportsmobile you’ll love this one. They don’t make this body style anymore with this low mileage diesel engine. I purchased this vehicle over three years ago to tour the Southwest and stay off-grid as much as possible. However, due to health issues that did not happen. I currently live on the east coast and this truck does not get used the way it was built to be used. This is the best off-road vehicle made. Ford E350 EB with 6.0L Diesel, fully bulletproofed and customed tuned for performance. I had the top end of the engine rebuilt at 135k miles and the transmission replaced at 150k miles.

-Current mileage: 165,000
-Dual oil filter system
-Voyager hard top
-Sleeps four adults
-Starcool rear A/C
-Two solar panels and 2000 inverter
-Currently only one 4D house battery
-Cassette toilet, removed the macerator toilet and black water tank. Easy to replace if required
-exterior shower
-Engel Fridge
-Atlas 3 speed transfer case
Aluminess front and rear bumpers with full locking box and Aluminess rear tire carrier
-Leather Seats
-Swivel from pass anger seat
-35” Toyo off road tires, 7k on new tires
-Kenwood Audio with GPS, carplay and android auto
Lowrance BAJA off-road tracking system with GPS
-20” television
-Scanguage II, 12,000lb winch with synthetic cable
-Hella off-road lights front and rear
-AnR Lockers
-built-in Air compressor
-recently replaced all rotor/hubs and axle seals
-service records and all manuals for the truck’s accessories and appliances.
-50 gallon diesel tank
-inline diesel heater
-under floor storage
-Dana30 differentials
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Old 12-02-2021, 06:01 AM   #4
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Was planning on waiting until March, but feel free to make an offer.
I just got home from a 2,000 mile trip to Baja and it handled awesome. It’s a sweet rig. Details:
-2002 e250 EB.
-188,000 miles
-5.4L V8 Gas
-Agile 4x4 conversion (2008)
-walk-through gaucho setup
-starcool AC
-generator (needs a new choke)
-solar and 2 house batteries
-new fridge (TF100/Endel-B)
-new TA KO2 tires.
-recently sealed transfer case
-recently tuned alignment
-sink and Gray water tank
-original water system was removed and I just use a little USB pump that works awesome.
-propane tank for cooking and furnace heater
-despite its miles, it runs so great. Handles Highway speeds without an issue.
-both front seats rotate (though drivers doesn’t get all the way around)
-pop top and gaucho, so sleeps 4. Seatbelts for 6 (4 across gaucho)
Fiamma awning
Aluminess spare tire holder
Aluminess ladder

It’s in Durango CO.
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