2007 Gulf Stream BT Cruiser E-450 chassis 4x4 12k miles $62000

jrt198

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RV Details
2007 Ford E-450 chassis
Gulfstream BT Cruiser 30.5’
3 slide outs
6.8L v10 gasoline motor
12,192 miles
6” lift with dual reservoir shocks
4x4 conversion with a 2005 F-350 front axle

K&N performance intake
5 Star RV tune with controller & readout
19.5” American Force forged aluminum wheels with full spare
Toyo M655 tires H Load Rating
Roadmaster Spare Tire Carrier
9” 160w 10000 lumen LED Spotlights
Smittybilt 15000lb XRC winch
Vantage Optics bi-xenon projector headlights with 6000k bulbs
Clear corner lamps with Led bulbs
LED top, side and rear running lights
LED brake, reverse and tag lights
Camco RV ladder bicycle carrier
RVLock touch pad & keyfob side door entry
RVLock rekey’d side storage locks
Onan 4000kw generator with slip on muffler
Valterra hose carrier
Sony BT head unit for exterior speakers
Alpine marine speakers (4)

KNTeC watersaving super jet ionic showerhead
Sony BluRay with WiFi player in living room and bedroom
Pioneer slimline receiver
Cube surround sound speakers (5)
Infinity powered subwoofer
Samsung 40” 4K LED TV on articulating mount in living room
Jensen 25” TV built into bedroom cabinets
AllPro WiFi RV Ranger
Custom butchers block dining table
Atlas cloth recovered cornices
All interior lights upgraded to LED
Custom made Tochta Utopia mattress
Camco Sunshield rv vent insulators
Element non expiring fire extinguisher

WeatherTech cab mats
WeatherTech Tech shade for windshield and side windows
LED cab dome light
Pioneer avic-w8500nex Apple CarPlay headunit
Infinity kappa door speakers
Pioneer rear speakers
Kicker Hidaway subwoofer
50 state legal side window tint
Reliance trailer brake controller
Voyager backup camera

Engine oil recently replaced with royal purple and K&N filter
Brakes recently flushed with dot 5.1 fluid
Generator oil recently replaced with royal purple and genuine onan filter
Front brake calipers recently replaced
Throttle body recently replaced
Automatic step motor recently replaced
Drive and house batteries recently replaced

This thing is a beast! So much to list, I could be forgetting a lot. Any questions, feel free to ask! Great RV, with no issues! This is a rare, one of a kind rv with lots of extras! We’ve decided to downsize to cater to our needs better. Located in Berlin, Maryland. $62000oboF67F04D7-B41D-45D0-BD87-4BD701004E7D.jpeg43436C4E-063D-4D95-B79A-37B148371654.jpegE9B51AD6-3145-4105-A958-80929D2A4D72.jpegF67F04D7-B41D-45D0-BD87-4BD701004E7D.jpeg43436C4E-063D-4D95-B79A-37B148371654.jpegE9B51AD6-3145-4105-A958-80929D2A4D72.jpeg203557AF-8030-4DCA-AC72-ECA63F088491.jpeg4FD3F77F-6C82-4F95-9BCA-BDFB92E53BFE.jpeg1E73D5B4-CEE0-40A6-B260-FD7AD54C46EF.jpeg8D34897A-F53C-4E85-9D59-AAC4E8BA7DF9.jpeg672F2083-135F-4BF2-AAD0-491EE08766A1.jpeg3C1F3C4C-D6A9-4ADC-9200-FA5AD6D65544.jpeg02272C05-07F3-49E0-A7D4-30652D8DEDB5.jpeg
 
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Tony T

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I drove down to Maryland from NJ to look at this rig. Although it was too big for my needs (I ended up buying an F350 dually with a Host camper), this rig is in excellent condition and the owner has spent a lot of time and energy upgrading it.
 

TexasD-90

Adventurer
Man, this is amazing. I wish it had seating for 4 in seatbelts. I've been looking at vans, but this looks like a great option. I wish it would work for my family. Good Luck!
 
Very cool rig! May I ask who did the 4X4 conversion and suspension? How does it handle graded roads with mild chop? What is performance like on road with the 6"lift?

GLWS!
 

jrt198

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Man, this is amazing. I wish it had seating for 4 in seatbelts. I've been looking at vans, but this looks like a great option. I wish it would work for my family. Good Luck!
It actually has seat belts for 6! The sofa has 2 seatbelts that drop into the sofa when not in use, and the dinette has a seat belt in each seat, that also drops down when not in use.
 

jrt198

New member
Very cool rig! May I ask who did the 4X4 conversion and suspension? How does it handle graded roads with mild chop? What is performance like on road with the 6"lift?

GLWS!
A local guy who owns a 4x4 shop was the original owner, and did the conversion and suspension, and has also done a handful of 4x4 rv conversions. It handles choppy graded roads pretty decently actually, just as well as any other vehicle really. It rides very well down the road with the lift. I upgraded the wheels and tires from what was on there when I got it, and it rides like a dream now!
 

Racingdad

Adventurer
Great vehicle! GLWS! Timing is a bit off for me plus the east coast location makes it tough to view. It should sell quickly.
 

TexasD-90

Adventurer
It actually has seat belts for 6! The sofa has 2 seatbelts that drop into the sofa when not in use, and the dinette has a seat belt in each seat, that also drops down when not in use.

Same thing that keeps me from pulling the trigger on a couple of vans I've seen, they aren't forward facing. That is a recipe for car sickness in the mountains with kids! GLWS
 

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