SOLD XPCamper V1 on Dodge 5.9 Cummins 4x4 $85000

Boberrc

New member
Truck is a 2006 Ram 2500 Bighorn Edition diesel, and has been well maintained.
  • I have had the rig for 100k trouble free miles, and records for maintenance available.
  • Pre ULSD engine; ready for Central/South America travel.
  • Icon 2.5 reservoir shocks, front and rear
  • Upgraded leaf springs
  • Upgraded Helwig sway bars
  • Firestone airbags
  • Extreme air compressor
  • 5 BFG KO2 tires, 4 Fuel Beast Wheels
  • Ranch front bumper/grill guard
  • Heated front seats
  • Front grill mounted LED light bar
  • ARB differential breather
  • Engine block heater
  • Weather Tech mats
  • Seat covers
  • Front/Rear camera
  • Bushwacker guards
  • Custom flatbed has 5 lockable storage containers
Camper is a typical V1, and is fully functional, and does not use propane.
  • Monocoque foam core carbon/fiberglass construction
  • First generation hydraulic lift system with updated brush seal
  • Three 160 watt solar panels
  • 4 AGM Lifeline batteries, 600 amp/12v
  • 2000 watt inverter
  • Webasto DualTop heater/hot water
  • Webasto diesel cooker
  • 4.3 cu ft Dometic compressor refrigerator/freezer
  • Full bath with shower and Thetford cassette toilet
  • 2 roof mounted Maxx Fans
  • Froli Euro Spring queen east/west mattress system with underbed storage
  • Operable skylight over bed
  • Yakima roof mounted rack
  • Awning
  • Smart Plug 30amp shore power system
  • lockable rear storage
Rig is located in Northern NM. Additional info and photos on request - please PM me.
 

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civilequip

New member
Truck is a 2006 Ram 2500 Bighorn Edition diesel, and has been well maintained.
  • I have had the rig for 100k trouble free miles, and records for maintenance available.
  • Pre ULSD engine; ready for Central/South America travel.
  • Icon 2.5 reservoir shocks, front and rear
  • Upgraded leaf springs
  • Upgraded Helwig sway bars
  • Firestone airbags
  • Extreme air compressor
  • 5 BFG KO2 tires, 4 Fuel Beast Wheels
  • Ranch front bumper/grill guard
  • Heated front seats
  • Front grill mounted LED light bar
  • ARB differential breather
  • Engine block heater
  • Weather Tech mats
  • Seat covers
  • Front/Rear camera
  • Bushwacker guards
  • Custom flatbed has 5 lockable storage containers
Camper is a typical V1, and is fully functional, and does not use propane.
  • Monocoque foam core carbon/fiberglass construction
  • First generation hydraulic lift system with updated brush seal
  • Three 160 watt solar panels
  • 4 AGM Lifeline batteries, 600 amp/12v
  • 2000 watt inverter
  • Webasto DualTop heater/hot water
  • Webasto diesel cooker
  • 4.3 cu ft Dometic compressor refrigerator/freezer
  • Full bath with shower and Thetford cassette toilet
  • 2 roof mounted Maxx Fans
  • Froli Euro Spring queen east/west mattress system with underbed storage
  • Operable skylight over bed
  • Yakima roof mounted rack
  • Awning
  • Smart Plug 30amp shore power system
  • lockable rear storage
Rig is located in Northern NM. Additional info and photos on request - please PM me.


Hi Bob,

Most of my questions are about the truck;

Is it manual or auto trans?
Are you the original owner of truck?
Total miles?
Is the motor stock?
Is the front end original...such as ball joints, tie-rods, etc?
Any rust issues on frame, doors, etc?
Do you have pics of truck & frame?
What year is the XP?.....any cracking on the camper body?
Does the truck tray have the pull out stairs under camper door?

Thx, Mark
 

Boberrc

New member
Automatic transmission.
I’m the second owner; have driven it 100k miles.
Stock 5.9 diesel.
New steering control arms and trackbar.
No rust.
The camper is a 2011. There are some cosmetic cracks; I’ve had them repaired before at XP.
The truck tray is separate, and in the rear of the flatbed. There are pull out stairs (the snow photo above shows them) on the side.
 

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Gary crouch

Observer
love your rig there buddy! I live down in Tijeras NM ... we have a Tacoma with an AT habitat and tow an AT Chaser trailer with an RTT ...

Hope you find the right buyer... I've often thought that would be a great way to go as opposed to what I have done, in fact, whish I'd gone your route!

good luck
Gary
 

eugarps

Member
Bob,

What is the fuel capacity and approximate fuel mileage on your rig?
Does the truck have rear seats or a platform?
I assume the seats are cloth?

Here’s a bump for a great rig.

Bill
 

Boberrc

New member
36 gal tank, and it gets 12-14mpg.
Split bench that folds up and a full platform folds out. Storage under the platform. Seats are cloth with Covercraft covers.
 

dstefan

Member
I’d be all over this if it wasn’t a diesel. It’s a very nice rig And so tempting. Have been inside a similar one, they are sweet. I have some mild asthma so the diesel exhaust is a problem. Pus I’m no mechanic. Is the flat bed so specific to your truck it couldn’t be move to another HD truck?
 

Boberrc

New member
I’m not a mechanic either, but have found the maintenance to be no big deal if you find a qualified mechanic and keep up with it. Modern diesels are very clean and the distinctive sound and incredible low end torque are the only reminders that you are driving one. Diesel fumes are not something that I or my wife (who has asthma) have ever noticed.
i have no doubt that flatbed and camper could be moved to another truck.
 

eugarps

Member
Do the diesel appliances have a dedicated tank or do they draught from the truck’s tank?

Bump


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Boberrc

New member
Dedicated 3 gal tank in a heated rear locker on the camper. It supplies fuel to the Webasto DualTop Evo heater and the Webasto cooker (stovetop). On my last ski trip to Canada, I ran the heat 24/7 and could get 3-4 days on that tank. It’s very efficient.
 

Boberrc

New member
Still for sale; status will change next week. PM me contact info if you’re interested and I’m happy to discuss.
 

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Boberrc

New member
It’s at Nimbl in Colfax CA if you’re interested in seeing it.Price will most likely be going up when they market. Let me know if you’d like to discuss.
 
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