Full Tour video of 2011 Four Wheel Campers Keystone pop-up truck camper

#1
i've created a full tour video of my 2011 Four Wheel Campers Keystone pop-up truck camper. i go over all the standard features, the custom options, upgrades, and some modifications/hacks i made. here are a couple links to watch the video:

http://markmarano.com/2017/02/26/fu...ck-camper-2011-including-modshacks-slideshow/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4oFCYPtEx8

i am selling this camper as i no longer have my truck. it's been in the garage most of its life and is in great condition. i thought of getting another truck though won't be doing so anytime soon, so it could use a new home. if you'd like to purchase it or know someone who does, please send me a message via my website as i don't regularly check messages or posts on here. here's a link to the contact form to write me: http://markmarano.com/contact/

here are some photos of the inside after it was garaged: http://markmarano.com/?p=12758

here are some shots of the outside: http://markmarano.com/?p=9703

this link has lots of details of the features and options it has: http://markmarano.com/?p=12287

here's a link to a time-lapse video i made of when i removed it from the bed of the truck in case you want to check that out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYlaydCjP7Q

i wrote a very long article about why i chose this camper and truck back when i was figuring out what i wanted to get for an rv or adventure vehicle. you can read that here: http://markmarano.com/2012/01/11/wh...-150-supercab-heavy-duty-truck-with-ecoboost/
 
#5
Currently on a smartphone freezing in a tent. Didn't catch where you are located, what size it is and how much?
Ah, hope you have a thick sleeping bag or heater in there. I'm in Florida, in the Tampa Bay area. The FWC Keystone is 9' long (not counting the cabover bed). I'm open to reasonable offers on the exact price, and I'm also open to keeping the compost toilet and maybe the fridge to go a little lower on price. Altogether, I've got $30k in it and it hasn't seen much use and is in great condition.. so somewhere in the lower $20k's would be good.
 
#6
Do you have any idea why they stopped making them?
I don't know the exact reason they stopped making them, though it's most likely a marketing decision or to save on manufacturing costs if they weren't selling as many, since lots of people nowadays are buying trucks with short beds and the 9' Keystone needs a long bed.
 
#7
The Grandby floor plan took the reigns as it is 8' vs I think 9' in the Keystone. You gained some nice space in the Keystone at the cost of some overhang.

This Keystone is Setup AWESOME! I really dig the composting toilet. Kudos to you Mark and the work you put into it!!
 
#8
The Grandby floor plan took the reigns as it is 8' vs I think 9' in the Keystone. You gained some nice space in the Keystone at the cost of some overhang.

This Keystone is Setup AWESOME! I really dig the composting toilet. Kudos to you Mark and the work you put into it!!
Thank you! It worked really well on the journeys I took it on.
 
#9
I've gone back and forth on selling this or not. It's now currently available for sale again. I no longer have the truck, only the camper is available. It was only on the truck for about 21 or 22 months before being safely stored in a garage in Florida. I've put together a very detailed full tour video, you can watch it at:


Here is a detailed post with all the options it has, how much they cost, a determination of the current value, and truck requirements to use it:

http://markmarano.com/2017/03/11/2011-four-wheel-campers-keystone-pop-up-truck-camper-fully-loaded/

I'm now back in Florida and can meet you almost anytime you're ready to come get it. It's currently worth around $23k with everything it has. I'll let it go for $21k. If that's too much for you, I can go down to $19,500 and keep the dolly, tripod jacks, and compost toilet (you can still have the original cartridge toilet that's practically new).

I don't regularly check messages on here. If I see an email from Expedition Portal that you've responded or sent me a message, I'll check it, though it seems these don't always go through. If you don't hear from me on here, please contact me directly via my website:

http://markmarano.com/contact/
 
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