For Sale: 2006 E350 RB50 Diesel 4x4 $60,000

BogusBlake

2006 Expedition Trophy Champion
SOLD: One awesome Sportsmobile camping van

If you're looking here, you probably have an idea of how Sportsmobiles are typically equipped, but here are some of the major features on my van:

2006 Ford E350 RB, 6.0 diesel. ~70,000 miles
BPD EGR cooler
Diesel Site Coolant filter
Recently new AGM starting batteries
Amsoil remote bypass filter (with Amsoil oil, of course)
Scangauge II

SMB West-built 4x4
- Atlas II T-case with 3:1 low range
- Dynatrac pro-roc 60 front axle with disconnectable anti-sway bar
- Dynatrac pro-60 full floating rear axle
-ARB air lockers in both axles
-All drivetrain fluids changed @ 66k miles
-New steering balljoints and rear D-shaft ujoints
- 16" Mojave teflon wheels (6) with BFG AT (5)
-Aluminess bumpers front and rear
-swing out tire carrier and tray (with 4 fuel cans)
-Warn 12k# winch
-Hella fog and rally lights
-Extreme Air compressor with tank
-Transferflow 46 gal fuel tank

SMBW-built RB50 layout (seats 5, sleeps 4)
-manual penthouse top (with 12V post jack)
-Solara solar panels with Mark PV charge controller
-Lifeline 4D AGM house battery
-Fiamma awning with highly coveted "Z's Brackets"
-Norcold 2CF fridge
-Espar furnace (runs on diesel from the main tank)
-Sink with 5 gal grey water tank
-Rear shower
-16.5 gal fresh water tank
-Seagull water filter
-no propane
-no built in stove
-no microwave
-tripplite 2kW inverter
-Fabric upholstery
-Arctic shades (insulate the windows in camp-mode)
-Rear under floor storage
-Porta-potty
-Yakima crossbar rack (roof) and bike rack (on rear swingout)

-Factory CD player stereo. Nothing fancy to steal.
-Autopage alarm
-Ravelco immobilizer

-Big box of essential spare parts (filters, sensors, belts, fluids, other doodads)
-Parts for pending projects (fender vents, coolant heat exchanger)
-Tire chains

I've maintained the van meticulously while I owned it and have records (with few gaps) from the previous owners.
We've had lots of adventure and great trips with this van but I need to increase my people-hauling ability and reduce my parking-spot requirements.

Please email me with specific questions or if you want to make a reasonable offer.
Van is located in Seattle, WA. You'll need to come pick it up.

$60,000. SOLD

















































 
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michel77

Adventurer
I think I've seen this rig around town, very cool! Only one of the pictures is working for me, just FYI and could just be my computer.
 

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BogusBlake

2006 Expedition Trophy Champion
Apparently only one picture is showing up. The others are hosted on the SMB forum and one needs to be a member to see them...sorry!

Here's my ad on Craigslist that has lots of pictures:
https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/rvs/5275125017.html

To answer some common questions I've gotten in email:
The underside is pretty well painted / coated so there is very little rust, and what's there is superficial. It's most noticeable on the leaf springs and shock bodies. The factory front brake calipers were uncoated and had severe rust so I replaced them with new coated calipers about a year ago.

I've personally done the majority of maintenance on this van while I've owned it including replacement of the engine oil cooler at ~60k miles. During that job, I also replaced any updated engine parts that were accessible without removing the heads (STC fitting on the HP oil pump, blue spring in the fuel pressure regulator, turbo oil tubes, LP and IPR oil strainers). I performed a coolant system flush with Fleetguard Restore and refilled with EC1 non-silicate coolant. At that time I also installed the BPD EGR cooler and a coolant filter.
 
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