(SOLD) 2005 F-450 4x4 Service Body w/Starcraft Pop-Top Camper

Bubblegoose1

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2005 Ford F-450 Lariat Access Cab w/9’ Pacific service body

2005 8' StarCraft Pine Mountain Lonestar Pop-Top Camper.

I purchased the truck in July 2015 with just 33,000 miles, the truck was originally built in Mendocino County, CA for Search & Rescue, as well as Baja race support. The truck and camper were originally special ordered as a Lariat cab & chassis. The Pacific service body and camper were also purchased new in 2005 specifically for this build.

Since I have owned the truck, I have focused on dialing in all of the mechanical, onboard systems, and adding many off-grid/overlanding accessories. The goal was to never need shore power or any other service/facilities while camping or roaming, but have the ability to “plug-in” if we chose to. Truck has shore power connections as well.

As stated above, the truck is a 2005 Ford F-450 with the 6.8L V10 gas engine. The truck has been serviced regularly at my friend’s local, very reputable auto repair and off-road shop - synthetic oil changes annually due to low mileage usage per year so far. It is not a brand new truck, and does have some small scratches and chips on the service body paint and some surface rust in the storage cabinets. The truck cab condition is excellent. The truck runs perfectly and needs nothing but gas in the tank, to go on your next adventure. The camper had a very minor top roof water leak from a poorly sealed satellite dish install. Dish was immediately removed and all was sealed. The only damage was some warping of the ceiling material. Had been covered by a nice full ceiling map tapestry, over the bed area; looks better than it ever did.

TRUCK INFO:
• 2005 Ford F-450 Lariat 4x4
• 6.8L V10 Engine
• 47,000 miles
• Automatic
• Lariat Access Cab
• Perfect condition leather interior
• 8' Pacific service body
• 4.88 gears with factory LSD in the rear
• 12,000 lbs. as she sits
• High output alternator
• Dual Oil Filter System
• aFe Pro-Dry S Air Filter
• SCT Livewire TS tuner
• Double Coin fronts (6/17): 43,529 miles
• New TreadWright AT rear duals (3/17): 43,391 miles
• King dual steering stabilizer
• Rancho RS9000XL Adjustable front shocks
• Kelderman Front Air Ride Leveling Kit (1.5" lift)
• AirLift Air Bag Rear Suspension Kit
• New starting battery: Odyssey PC1700 42,970 - Nov 2016
• 2800w Cummins Onan Generator
• Fuel transfer pump system
• Sylvania SilverStar ZXE headlamps
• ARB front bumper with custom light mounts
• WARN 16.5ti winch + Master Pull synthetic line
• Factor 55 link + fairlead
• Iron Cross Steps
• Anzo Projector Headlight Set W/Halos
• weBoost Drive 4G-X OTR Cellular Booster

CAMPER INFO:
The camper is mounted/bolted directly to the service body, for complete stability and reliability. Bolts are accessible if removal is needed or desired.
• Camper weighs only roughly 1800 lbs unloaded
• Renogy 400 Watt 12 Volt Solar Premium Kit w/ 4 Pcs 100W Solar Panel+40A MPPT Charge Controller
• 2 Odyssey PC1700 house batteries
• Stereo and AV systems
• Dual wireless rear cameras
• Satellite radio
• Dometic RV fridge/freezer
• 20 gallon fresh water tank
• Queen size bed
• Outside shower
• Dual VisionX rear lighting
• HiLift
• Custom spare carrier

Selling for $34,000

No checks of any kind will be accepted as payment for the truck. Cash or Bank Wire Transfer only.

Located in Seattle, WA and available immediately. Title in hand.

Vehicle and camper are sold as is, no warranty.
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Bubblegoose1

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Regarding the roof leak from 2 bolt holes of a satellite dish install, the minor leak occurred in 2016. It was thoroughly sealed with self-leveling sealant immediately after the rain storm. No further leaking has occured, checking constantly thoughout the Winter months for 2 years , and the tapestry was added to put the concern to rest last Spring.
 
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Herbie

Rendezvous Conspirator
Oh, man, I have always loved this rig.

Is that storage cabinet at the right-rear setup in such a way that one could slide a porta-potti in/out for use near the door? We don't want a full bath or blackwater tank in our rig, but a porta-potti is non-negotiable.

I was surprised to hear it rings in so heavy. I guess that's partly the truck and partly all the kit. I wonder what she'd weigh without roof A/C, gen-set, and fuel transfer... hmmmm.
 

Bubblegoose1

@PNWINFERNOPRO
Oh, man, I have always loved this rig.

Is that storage cabinet at the right-rear setup in such a way that one could slide a porta-potti in/out for use near the door? We don't want a full bath or blackwater tank in our rig, but a porta-potti is non-negotiable.

I was surprised to hear it rings in so heavy. I guess that's partly the truck and partly all the kit. I wonder what she'd weigh without roof A/C, gen-set, and fuel transfer... hmmmm.
Thank you

The cabinets inside, near the door are fairly narrow. Previous owner had a cassette toilet in the bulkhead cabinet. It fit perfectly.

Weight comes from heavy truck to start, steel quality service body, and added accessories. Weight could easily be reduced. Rig was weighed with aux fuel cans on-board, tools, recovery gear, camp gear, etc.
 
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