Expedition Portal Classifieds: 2017 Earth Cruiser with 9,000 Miles

We’re not sure if the cold fronts blasting the country have made us dream of warm beds, or the distant gleam of summer has us stoked for a road trip, but campers and vans seem to be on our minds lately. That’s probably why this 2017 Earth Cruiser FX caught our eye. The owners state that unexpected life changes have forced them to sell their beloved Fuso based expedition truck, which has a shockingly low 9,250 miles, and is equipped with a range of options which make it more comfortable for year-round travel. Now I’m sure nearly all of you are itching to see the pictures and details, so I’ll skip the formalities of walking you through the entire build and instead get to the juicy details.


2017 Earth Cruiser FX (build date December of 2017)

Location: Jackson, New Hampshire, USA

Chassis: 2017 Fuso FG 4X4 with winter package

Mileage: 9250 miles

Condition: Like New

Model: Earth Cruiser FX

Price: $249,000 USD

Contact: overlandoutdooradventures@gmail.com

EC Features:

  • Structurally insulated fiberglass camper shell interior dimensions 164”L x 80”W x 76”H
  • Truck and camper overall length bumper to spare tire 257” (21 ft 5 inches)
  • 5# 315 75r16 Dura Trac tires on EC alloy wheels
  • Alloy heavy duty bull bar front bumper
  • Kinetic subframe camper to chassis mounting system
  • Dometic double pane windows with privacy and insect screen
  • Queen size fixed bed with Sunbrella Canvas Granite fabric cover
  • Isotherm refrigerator 4.24 cu/ft 12v
  • Webasto Dual Top hot air and water heater diesel
  • Webasto ceramic cooktop diesel
  • Electrical control panel and systems monitoring station

  • 2000 watt Magnum pure sine inverter
  • Shore power 30 amp 125 volt
  • Blue Sky Solar control/ monitoring system
  • 43.5 interior freshwater tank
  • 15 gallon heated gray water tank
  • Natures Head composting toilet on electric slide
  • Bathroom sink and dual kitchen sink molded into the kitchen countertop
  • Four-person dinette with swing away table converts to second bed
  • Interior shower and mud room
  • External shower
  • Electric awning flush mount
  • Electric folding entry stairs
  • Interior and exterior LED dimmable lighting
  • Interior multi-speed fans recessed into the ceiling
  • Interior and exterior storage and lockers for clothing, food, skis, etc…
  • USB throughout the cab and house.

EC Factory Options:

  • 60.75-gallon diesel fuel Tank (listed it wrong in the video)
  • Earth Cruiser long travel soft ride suspension system, off-road shocks, greaseable shackles
  • Earth Cruiser leather suspension seats with heat and ventilation
  • Secondary freshwater tank 28 gallons with a heater
  • Earth Cruiser water purification/ management system (can draw water from a creek and filter it)
  • Center Console in the cab with cup holders and storage compartment, USB ports, and 120AC outlet hook up
  • Cab sound insulation
  • 20 inch LED light bar
  • Reading lights on cab
  • Additional Solbian flat Solar panel (two total on roof 130 watts each)
  • Additional AGM battery 2# at 540 AmpH
  • Two additional windows in dinette
  • Two seat belts in dinette seats
  • Mast steps for roof access

Owner Improvements:

  • Double layer Warm Window Fabric Insulated cab privacy curtain with print on the interior – black wool on cab side.
  • Marine starboard angled shelving system with hooks for clothing storage.
  • PVC ski storage shelf and tool shelf in exterior storage lockers.
  • Truck, frame, chassis undercarriage has fluid film undercoating to prevent corrosion.

To learn more, visit the original advertisement here. 

Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Chris didn’t receive a real taste of the outdoors until moving to Prescott, Arizona, in 2009. While working on his business degree, he learned to fly and spent his weekends exploring the Arizona desert and high country. It was there that he fell in love with backcountry travel and four-wheel drive vehicles, eventually leading him to Overland Journal and Expedition Portal. After several years of honing his skills in writing, photography, and off-road driving, Chris now works for the company full time as Expedition Portal's Senior Editor while living full-time on the road.