New Price - $130,000 - 2019 F350 Platinum Turnkey Overland/Baja Monster/Family Camper Rig

tlagerlof

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Price drop to $130,000 or best offer and new thoughts. I believe what I am doing is in compliance with the forum rules, if not please advise, and I will adjust any way I need too.

Welp... I have had a ton of interest on several different parts on the truck, but not so much on the actual truck as a whole (at least at my asking price). Many local people from my CL ad came by to check it, loved what they saw, but admittedly couldn't afford all the cash necessary after finance covered the value of the truck. I have also received fair and honest offers, and would be willing to accept after I remove lots of different pieces, but definitely not as is. Therefore, I am going to leave it here as a full and complete build just the way it is with a new price of $130,000, but will be piecing things out for sale in the correct Expedition Portal for sale sections. When and if parts, accessories, lights, winch, bumpers, racks, tent, etc. do sell, I will update the ad and price accordingly.


Welp... here it goes, $130,000 or discussions in person... This is going to be a long post, I apologize in advance, and if you are even remotely interested in reading after you see my asking price, then hopefully you can appreciate the effort. This is an absolutely over the top build, totaling well over $160,000 (including the price of the truck), receipts to show, and is ready to go anywhere at anytime. NO expense was spared with this build; the best professionals and the best products were used. I would like to mention that nothing has been touched on the drive train, engine, trans, or the EPA diesel exhaust system. All factory warranty's are in tact. Although we use this truck as intended, I treat it like a baby. I have had a full service completed every 5,000 miles, and change both fuel filters, and air filters every 10,000 miles. Currently there is 26,060 miles; I just completed the 25,000-mile service. Mechanically, the truck is in perfect condition. All maintenance and services have been completed at Theodore Robbins Ford in Costa Mesa, all records and receipts are available. I wash the inside and outside thoroughly a couple times a month, the interior is spotless.

The truck itself is a 2019 6.7 Powerstroke Diesel F350 Platinum Long Bed FX4, with every option imaginable and not a single box left unchecked from the factory - adaptive cruise, platinum ultimate package, panoramic roof, FX4, sterling 75 rear axle upgrade, etc. See original sticker for additional info, again, every option was added. In addition, this truck is Silver Spruce, which is by far the best color Ford has ever produced, and Ford only built with this color for 2019 and half of the year in 2020.

Suspension - Carli 4.5" King Shock Pintop system with the entire catalog added - Torsion Sway Bar w/endlinks, Radius Arms, and Lower Steering Stabilizer w/diff guard. Everything here was installed by CJC Offroad (best in the game). This suspension package right now from CJC, Carli, and King is a about a year out.

Wheels are Method 701 in bronze, wrapped in 37 x 12.50 x 17 Toyo RT's. Including a full size matching wheel and tire spare.

Morimoto Headlights super bright, and 3M ceramic tint all around; windows, windshield, and camper shell windows.

I had the grill, mirror caps, handles, and F350 badges all paint matched by professionals, using PPG paint. I also have new Powerstroke 6.7 badges in black that I have not installed, as well as a paint-matched antenna. I planned to remove the chrome window strips, as well as the chrome strip on the auto running boards. Easy to do!

The camper shell started as a custom ordered Snugtop Outback, upgraded weight rating for the roof - 600 pounds, "windoors", rear fold down sliding window (completely access the cab, and easy cleaning), 3 frontrunner crossbars, factory relocated rear camera (maintains 360 degree camera, and all of the other crazy camera angles Ford offers from the factory), 2 Baja Designs "porch lights" off the rear, as well as 4 x baja designs S2 dimmable lights off either side for camp lights. Inside there is a bedrug, interior LED strip lights, fishing pole holder, USB ports, factory bed lights and tie down points.

I'll continue to the top of the shell, which includes the Roofnest Falcon XL RTT, with crossbars on top of the tent, and the Dobson 4x4 awning. This is attached to the 3 frontrunner crossbars on top of the shell, secured with custom "wheel every Wednesday" billet anchors for security, as well as bulletproof attachments.

The front bumper is Buckstop Truckware BOSS model, solid steel with a grill guard. It includes a Warn 16.5s winch, 6 x Baja Designs LP6's (4 white in the center, and 2 amber as as dust cutters), as well as 2 x Baja Designs Xl80 Ambers, which are connected to the factory fog switch and operate as so. There is also a speaker, which amplifies the PA and siren system - LOUD & CLEAR!!

The rear bumper is also from Buckstop Truckware, and has 2-rear swing out arms. One holds the full size 37" spare, and the other allows for an aluminum box to be installed on the square platform (included, not currently installed). The bumper has a custom license plate light that operates as factory, as well as 2 Baja designs XL80 amber chase lights within. The rear factory backup sensors are installed, and again, operate as factory. The trailer connector operates perfectly, and the 2.5" hitch within the bumper is stronger then factory.

There is a Frontrunner rack installed on the cab of the truck, it comes with the frontrunner axe attachment, and shovel attachment. In addition, there are a total of 7 x Baja Designs LP6's attached to a custom made bar, that attaches to the front of the rack. Here is a great time to mention the 2 x Baja designs XL80's for ditch lights installed on the A-pillars with SDHQ brackets as well.

2 Switchpro control modules within the cab operate all of the lights mentioned throughout this entire truck, front to back and side to side. It is amazing in BAJA at night, this thing competes with the sun. The lights are capable of using all of their features - amber backlight, strobe, and dimming. With the best wiring specialist in the world doing the work (and more to mention), using over the top welding gauged wire, absolutely gorgeous harnesses, labor, lights, and the two switchpros, there is probably, without exaggeration, $25,000 wrapped up.

There are both a PCI Radio 50 watt Kenwood for you GMRS needs, as well as a Yaesu FTM-400DR/XDR HAM radio for your US adventures. Both are always active, have their own individual antennas, and work perfectly. They are located within the center console, easy to access and communicate with using the handheld. There is also a hornblasters PA/Siren system within the console (powering the speaker on the front bumper, duh). I love this thing, it is loud and clear, and awesome to use when scaring idiot drivers on their phone, or talking ******** to people on the street. I know, I am a 41 year old punk.

Installed is a WEBOOST cell booster, the antenna is installed onto the frontrunner rack, the booster itself is next to my cell mount within the cab, and the brain is under the driver seat.

Onboard air from an ARB dual compressor installed behind the rear passenger seat, is hooked to the #1 up-fitter switch within the truck.

In the dash, I have installed a Bluesea dual USB port for easy charging (always hot) when I hook up the iPad for US adventures or Lowrance for BAJA. Within the same dash area I have a builtright bracket that holds 2 RAM mounts.

There are 2 very cleanly mounted SWITCH pro control modules that are easy to access while driving, which control all of the lights on the truck… there are a ton. There is also a Builtright seat back tech plate, and several Velcro tech panels.

For now, I think that’s it. Holy cow if you have made it here, then hopefully you are seriously interested, and can appreciate the time, money and effort that went into this build.

I would suggest that you come and check this thing out; you must see everything with your own eyes to truly appreciate the build and see everything that comes with it; it is seriously a crap load.

Again, if you are interested, please shoot me an email, we can exchange numbers, and I can send over more pictures if you’d like. However, as I have said several times, you must come by and check it out, and lets have a serious conversation in person.

"Wired by Greg", CJC Offroad, Buckstop Truckware, GTFO in Long Beach, CA and myself can be credited with installing everything, and I do know that all 4 companies can vouch for it. They all have their own social media platforms, are the best in the business, and the truck has been featured there. Everything done to this truck has been completed over the last year, everything including the truck itself, is nearly new.

Thanks for reading such a long and overwhelming post, my name is Travis, I do not need help selling, and lets get this thing going!!
 

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tlagerlof

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As you know Expedition Portal only allows for 10 images, so ill reply within and add more, but I have dozens and dozens to share. In addition, Expedition Portal only allow 10,000 characters, and my ad on Craigslist has a lot more detail. I know its a lot either way, but I am assuming that people will be interested from CA to FL and in between, and not everyone can come see it in person. I posted the CL ad within the forums as well.

If you have any questions, email me or call. tc.lagerlof@gmail.com - 949.254.9157

Thank you,

Travis
 

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tlagerlof

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Awesome truck and a very well written ad and photos. It is very nice to see this amount of effort put into selling a very cool rig. Best of luck with the sale. (y)
I truly appreciate the compliment! My wife would tell me I talk too much, or I'm long winded, or that "they" only want the basics. I come here to be affirmed... HAH!!! Thanks again! Happy New Year!!!
 

tlagerlof

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Someone buy this sucker... HAH!!! If anyone flies to CA to buy it, and the deal is made, Ill reimburse your flight and feed you some steak and whiskey. For the couple of people asking for interior pics!
 

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Superfunduty

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Wow what an absolute beast!! Great build out!! I do have a question though.. I was under the impression that snugtop was no longer offering that shell. Of they are still offering it any info would be much appreciated!!
 

tlagerlof

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Wow what an absolute beast!! Great build out!! I do have a question though.. I was under the impression that snugtop was no longer offering that shell. Of they are still offering it any info would be much appreciated!!
Thanks man, its is a glorious beast. As far as I know, and my knowledge comes from my own order (a year ago) as well as a friend who just received one a month or so ago for his Tacoma after a 6 -8 month wait, it is 100% absolutely still available. With that being said, because it is not part of their standard production line (rebel, super sport, etc) its considered a "custom order" and will definitely take a lot longer. Depending on where you live, American Camper Shells in Stanton CA, is by far the greatest mom and pop single door shop there is, I believe they are #1 Snug Top dealer in Socal, and they are good people. Jose is the man, tell him Travis from the Froghouse Surfshop sent you!

Happy New Year

Travis
 
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