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Old 07-18-2020, 10:37 PM   #1
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WTB SMB that sleeps 4

I am looking to buy a Sportsmobile camper for my family of 4. I don't want something really high milage, and I really dig the 4x4 E350, but am open to other options. Located in Los Angeles, but if the right vehicle is located somewhere else, I'm ok with that.
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Old 07-19-2020, 08:26 AM   #2
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WTB SMB that sleeps 4

Thereís a few nice rigs on here for sale, have you seen them? Thereís a variety of layouts and price ranges, depends on what specifics youíre looking for, which is?
Youíll probably want to be looking at a ď50Ē layout with the forward facing sofa sleeper for kids and a poptop. Thereís nice rig in GA that has 4 captains chairs with a minimum build out.
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Can you give me a general range of budget? You can get something between $30-$200k when talking about 4x4 econolines. Give me some direction and Iíll post some links for you.
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I have decided to buy the rig posted by Scalf77. I may end up doing either a 4x4 conversion or maybe just a 6" lift, but I am super excited about the purchase. Flying up to Portland this week and will drive it back down to LA. Thank you all for the help, and I will stay active on these forums as this is just the beginning of my Sportsmobile life.
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Well thatís exciting, congrats. Nice van and he did a bang up job on the interior redo, and we all know the electrical is done right too.....
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I have decided to buy the rig posted by Scalf77. I may end up doing either a 4x4 conversion or maybe just a 6" lift, but I am super excited about the purchase. Flying up to Portland this week and will drive it back down to LA. Thank you all for the help, and I will stay active on these forums as this is just the beginning of my Sportsmobile life.

Damn, that's a great choice.




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