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Old 09-20-2012, 10:28 PM   #71
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Re: Sportsmobile posts photo of 2011 Nissan Conversion

Welcome Warehouse!

Glad to see you post up here. Being part of the 4wd crowd, I actually think the Nissan could look pretty good (now I'll get flogged) with a quality 4wd system under it and some bolt on goodies (bumpers, etc.). A couple things I like about the Nissan platform are that 1) it has a hood that actually provides access the engine and 2) reliability should be better than Ford so you don't need to access the engine as often.

Along with the others here, would like to see some more photos.

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Old 10-03-2012, 10:19 AM   #72
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Re: Sportsmobile posts photo of 2011 Nissan Conversion

Yes, interested in more Nissan SB Impressions. Roadtrek is doing a nearly identical conversion on the N6 for about the same price. I recently sold my '04 4x4 SB and had a '97 Eurovan before that. Currently vanless, I'm looking for something in the middle. There is also a company in Oregon called Outsidevan.com that claims to be able to mod any van you give them.
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Old 10-04-2012, 09:16 AM   #73
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Re: Sportsmobile posts photo of 2011 Nissan Conversion

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I agree that the low top looks better than the high top. That high top is the Snoopy-head looking thing.
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I had the chance to park my daily ride (96 RB Dodge 2500 conversion van) next to a high top Nissan at the gas pump the other day. It is parked slightly downhill from the new Nissan but this may help size perspective.

Where else would I meet up with one of these things but at a gas station...

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The Dodge front end is much sexier.

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Old 10-04-2012, 09:28 AM   #74
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Re: Sportsmobile posts photo of 2011 Nissan Conversion

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Welcome Warehouse!

Glad to see you post up here. Being part of the 4wd crowd, I actually think the Nissan could look pretty good (now I'll get flogged) with a quality 4wd system under it and some bolt on goodies (bumpers, etc.). A couple things I like about the Nissan platform are that 1) it has a hood that actually provides access the engine and 2) reliability should be better than Ford so you don't need to access the engine as often.

Along with the others here, would like to see some more photos.

Phil
Exactly; I could never get used to having so much of the engine inside the van. The Nissan is really a hybrid between an SUV and a van...sort of like a Suburban with a sliding side door.
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Old 10-15-2012, 03:46 PM   #75
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Re: Sportsmobile posts photo of 2011 Nissan Conversion

At Pomona last Saturday Penthouse looks good on anything. sorry didn't get other side.I got side tracked (where's da ball?)
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