1964 F350 4x4 Camper


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Here’s the Stats from the ad. It is grafted with a pass through, I’ll post more pics when I get my hands on it.

Will need some suggestions to make it even more awesome.

1964 f350 Custom Ford 4x4. Currently has 81k+ on it, w/c. 10k+ well sorted miles since re-powering it with mid 70s Ford running gear. It now runs a mildly built 390 w/ an off-road cam & big 2 barrel carb for great torque, under dash AC and heating system. Arnott air bag system with gauges and cabin controls on the rear. All new gauges, JVC CD, Jasper C-6 automatic transmission with transferable warranty w/ Lokar floor shift and divorced transfer case rebuilt 4/16. Super winch front hubs, dual battery systems 25 gallon fuel tank, on board propane tank, on-board air compressor & accessory air line take off & air hose, 390 FE custom built running boards. Batteries less than 1 yr old. Mounted rear airbag suspension for greatly improved ride & handling. Brake controllers, Tow package. Etc.....

Chassis mounted 1964 Open Road Robinette camper, original unit that is tired but intact & functional. Self-contained w/ toilet/shower, propane hot water heater, cook top & oven, and lighting system. 12 volt interior lighting, rooftop swamp cooler, and water pump. 50 gal gravity fill water tank w/ 30 gal black & 30 gal grey water storage. 110V shore power hookup w/ basic 110 interior lighting, outlets, & breakers. Original full width sliding glass rear door with winch operated fold down rear patio deck. Dismounted original table & base plus uncounted period correct propane furnace included, but missing one side of dinette seating. Lots of overhead, under seat, & cabinet storage. Refrigerator not included, but a Coleman 110v cooler/pantry is mounted in place and an extra ice cooler is included in the cabinet below. One double bed above the truck cab.


Love it! Way more interesting than the generic rigs... Enjoy!

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89s rule

Wow. Love these old campers. Saw a EB Bronco about 5 years ago FS in ID on a cross country trip, wish I had the ability at the time to buy it.


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Picking the camper up on Saturday then driving it 900 miles through New Mexico back to Oklahoma. Ill try to post pictures along the way. I'll be brainstorming ideas of what to do to it as we take our maiden voyage. Feel free to give your opinions and ideas. Im thinking Vintage Earth Roamer

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