4x4 Sportsmobile Conversion Van for sale in Manchester Vermont

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Not mine, just spotted it on Craigslist.

Great ski hauler for somebody if you don't mind feeding it with gas.

https://charleston.craigslist.org/rvs/d/2006-sportsmobile-ford-e350/6613417840.html

-Single Owner- Regular Body Style
-6.8 Liter V-10 Engine with 50,500 miles
-Trogan Front and Rear Aluminum Bumpers
-WARN 1200 lb winch
-Sportsmobile 4x4 Drivetrain - See Build Sheet Attached
-Spare Tire Mount w/ Swing Away Box Rear Doors (not pictured, included)
-Full Size Spare and Rim
-8,000 lb towing capacity
-1200 miles on New Brakes, Pads and Rotors all around
-BFG 315 Tires - 70% Tread
-All Windows and Shades work properly
-Clean, Non Smoker, Average interior wear.
- Small interior hole in one of Penthouse Screen Windows
-Van has some surface rust approximate cost to repair 1200.00
-House batteries work but don't hold a charge as long as they should.

Custom Single Owner Sportsmobile ready to hit the road. Creature comforts include bench seating to fold down full size bed, fridge, sink, propane heat, pop-up roof with full size bed, ample interior storage, black out blinds and more.

$45,500.00

For pricing comparison; https://sportsmobile.com/preowned-sportsmobile-west-inc/
 

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No different than any other van conversion. The Quiggly’s are at least that much of not more. Especially if they add in all the camper features.
 
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No different than any other van conversion. The Quiggly’s are at least that much of not more. Especially if they add in all the camper features.
Understood, but its basically just a 1 person camper with offroad capabilities? Don't most people want to camp with their family/friends? Definitely not a daily driver, so why not get a used, designated camper for much less? Or if 4x4 is a necessity, buy an old pickup and throw on a truck bed camper? I don't know, just not my cup of tea I guess. There must be some people buying them, if multiple companies offer the same type of vehicles and stay in business.
 

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Understood, but its basically just a 1 person camper with offroad capabilities? Don't most people want to camp with their family/friends? Definitely not a daily driver, so why not get a used, designated camper for much less? Or if 4x4 is a necessity, buy an old pickup and throw on a truck bed camper? I don't know, just not my cup of tea I guess. There must be some people buying them, if multiple companies offer the same type of vehicles and stay in business.
Same argument could be made against guys spending $20k+ on aftermarket hull/motor combos. Niche market. Some people want what they want.
 

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I agree completely. The prices for those are outrageous and the alternative options, (for a fraction of the cost), are endless.
 
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