This one is more surprising as Ram work trucks out here are typically priced as if they are made of rare meteorites. Our 4x4 truck market is off the rails, so my bet is this goes fast:
178k Duramax. Looks like it would take a 10 foot Alaskan as-is. A little lube and oil then to Tierra Del Fuego? These 4500 and 5500 Kodiaks and Topkicks are rolling very cheaply in my neck of the woods.
Aboher one Cab and Chassis with 138k for...
Not mine but RAD:
ROKON 2WD TRACTOR BIKE, LI-ION CONVERSION
Called on it. Still goes through the three gears so it's a mid drive, 48v motor, 50ah battery setup. Original motor and exhaust included. The battery alone is worth a grand. Wish I had some scratch laying around.
Well, I spent three years looking for this beast and have to change directions and sell some assets to build my distillery. I'm selling my 1992 4X4 Pierce Arrow fire truck. Picked it up in March and had it trucked to Utah. Really cool history on this one. It was Engine No. 1 at McMurdo Air base...
Somebody should buy it to figure it out. Fiberglass looks pretty good. Looks like a longer version of a Chinook. Would make a good transplant:
The new Trailmanor campers are called RISE. Seems like a lighter weight, hydraulic instead of cables, updated Hilo (out of business). Trailmanor also was struck by the downturn but has just kicked production back up under new ownership. Aside from the upcoming RISE campers, the new color schemes...
New one to me. Interesting rig. If it was capable of 60mph I'd look at something like this. Not mine. Standard disclaimers apply (do we really need to say all of that?):