2010 Four Wheel Popup/2004 4WD V8 Tundra--$10,600/OBO

Four Wheeler

New member
Greetings!

I'm an Expedition Portal newbie, so hope I do this correctly. Send me a PM with your email and I'll send many more pics and other info. This rig will sell quickly (no low bidders please), so let me know of your interest. Last year was on a 7000 mile trip on all kinds of roads, and know this rig can do it!

Thanks!


Four Wheeler, Oakland, CA

PS. Please let me know if you know of other sites on which to post!

Good News:

2010 Kestral Camper (Like Hawk but for Tundra):
Interior looks new, very lightly used, no leaks, & all works well.
Rollover Couch
Solar plug
1-100 W Renogy Roof-Mounted Solar Panel
1-100 W Renogy Portable Solar Panel
Inverter—Xantrex Pro-Watt Sine Wave 2000
Controller--Renogy Adventurer 30 Amp Flush Mount
Rear wall steps
4 mechanical jacks
3 way Weaco (Dometic) fridge
Furnace with Thermostat
12v Deep Cycle AGM battery or can provide
2-6V US AGM 2000 Deep Cycle System (discuss)
Portable Toilet--Thetford
Fantastic Powered Fan Roof Vent
Extra roof vent
Aluminum roof rack—full length
Outdoor shower
Side awning 8 ft. Fiamma F45
Rear flood lights
Single sheet aluminum roof--starting in 2010!
Have all original & upgrades/replacements paperwork

2004 TUNDRA—LTD 4WD DOUBLE CAB V8--165K/First 150K on pavement only!

Came loaded with extras ($34,760 new in 2004):
Leather Seats—Driver Electric Changes
All Weather Guard
Upgraded Music Center/JBL Speakers Etc.
50 State Emissions
Overhead Console—Compass, Outside Temp., etc.
Slip Differential—4100 MM
Daytime Running Lights
Tow Package
Much More.

Over $15,000 in new parts/upgrades in past 3 years (mostly in past year):
Timing belt
Rear wheel bearings & seals
Rear Brake Drums
Rear Wheel Cylinders
Rack & Pinion—Power Steering
Shifter Cable
Spring leaves--Rear
HD Shocks
Alternator
Starter
Radiator
Brakes
Battery
Thermostat
Many hoses and gaskets


Bad News:

Our rig was completely redone and ready to go on extended trips to the Sierra and Death Valley back country. I start out on my first trip. In a non-collision accident avoidance, rig ends up on its side (see sad picture). Frame is fine as no collision. Truck needs new driver side doors, plastic fender guards, side view mirror, headlight cover, window, truck bed corner reattachment, and front/left tire. Camper is still like new inside with no damage, but needs work done on corners and side. I have many detailed pics to send you if you’re a serious buyer. Not selling camper or truck separately at this point (tho' let me know if you're interested in only one)—they like each other!


Very sad to have to sell our rig after all this expense, time & effort. But our camper partner wants to take insurance money and start over. I’m 71 y.o. and don’t have the energy or experience to do the replacements/repairs myself. With some expertise, elbow grease, a few weekends, and new/used parts, you’ll have a rig worth $30,000!
 

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nomad661

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Cool rig! Bummer about the accident but glad it wasn't worse.

Just fyi if it's in there anywhere I can't find the milage of the Tundra. Adding it or making it more prominent would prob help.

Good luck selling!
 

nomad661

Active member
Heh, prob. I still contend it wasn't there at first. If it was I'm going blind far too young.
 

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