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Old 04-14-2018, 10:16 AM   #1
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Clean "ready to go" van in Carlsbad

Not mine but I looked at it on Friday.

It was a company vehicle for a surf active sports company. I don't think it was ever used for camping.

https://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/...550700963.html
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Old 04-14-2018, 10:28 AM   #2
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Hey, what did you think of that one? I've got a buddy in Long Beach that I was trying to get interested in it.

Looks pretty darn clean and well taken care of. In particular --- did you drive it....?
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Old 04-14-2018, 10:31 AM   #3
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I did not drive it but I did talk to the owner and looked at the inside. I saw it in the parking lot when I was at my sign contractor.

If someone is looking for a "ready to go" rig, this is pretty clean. It is not a project.

They have a lot more than $30,000 into it with the Aluminess bumpers and the interior build out.
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Maybe I'm having deja vu, but I swear this was posted last year... I still couldn't see paying that for a 15 year old 2wd, with a sliding door at that, but good luck to them!
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Old 04-14-2018, 08:36 PM   #5
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Maybe I'm having deja vu, but I swear this was posted last year... I still couldn't see paying that for a 15 year old 2wd, with a sliding door at that, but good luck to them!
I think you're right, that does look familiar. Personally though, I do think it's a competitive price depending on the motor. I don't see any mention of the motor, other than it's gas.


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Old 04-16-2018, 01:13 PM   #6
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Maybe I'm having deja vu, but I swear this was posted last year... I still couldn't see paying that for a 15 year old 2wd, with a sliding door at that, but good luck to them!
It was wrapped in a black ZootSports ad until just recently.

https://zootsports.com/
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I am the one selling the Camper in Carlsbad, CA. My company purchased in 2014 and have had it wrapped in "Zoot" until recently. We used it on display for a few shows and have never camped in it. In 2014 it was totally re-done inside and outside at 103,000 miles and now only has 116,000.
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I may have a friend interested, but after talking to him I told him I would reach out for some additional info. Two questions that need to be answered:
1. Zoot Carlsbad (Shawn): What engine?
2. For anyone in the know: Tried a search, but wasnt able to discover the answer...Did I read somewhere that you can purchase some type of hardware that allows the sliding door to open out far enough to allow for the fender flairs?
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The engine is 5.4L V8 225hp.
shawn@zootsports.com if they want to contact me directly.
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Old 04-18-2018, 04:09 PM   #10
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2. For anyone in the know: Tried a search, but wasnt able to discover the answer...Did I read somewhere that you can purchase some type of hardware that allows the sliding door to open out far enough to allow for the fender flairs?
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I think several of the 4x4 outfitters sell the extended bracket/arm for sliding doors. I want to say even Vantage Optics might have them for sale?
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