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Old 06-18-2014, 04:12 PM   #1
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Location: Park City, UT
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97 4x4 hard top home build 11k

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Looking for a lower cost Sportsmobile type 4x4 camper van? Look no further. I bought this in 2001 with 40k miles with that in mind. It has a salvage title, but I have had no problem n last 72k miles.

Econoline 350
Manual locking hubs
5.4L V8
4Sp auto
4:10 differential gears (I had put in at 40k miles)
4x4 conversion done by Quigly in Massachusetts (same as Sportsmobile)
Rancho shocks and steering stabalizer
Custom bumpers
Custom rack
Aluminum wheels
Rear aux AC/Heater

2 Burner Propane stove with propane tank
15g fresh water tank
Electric water pump
3 Drawers
5 Cabinets
Queen Size bed
1500 watt 110v inverter
Aux. Deep Cycle Battery connected to alternator via isolator

I have just redone the interior. Must see. My wife and I camped in this for many years and we have loved it. No tent to set up. Very quiet and secure sleeping. Great in snow. This machine is very capable.
1999 7.3 4x4 RB50 SMB
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