Overland Classifieds :: 2018 Ford Raptor w/ GFC Camper

What’s not to love about blistering performance, trophy truck-esque off-road handling, excellent all-terrain capability, respectable gas mileage, and everyday reliability? With the 2022 Raptor coming in at a MSRP of over $70,000 (before adding extras), it is too expensive for most of us. Nevertheless, we have featured a number of expedition- ready examples, including this $75,000 2018 Raptor w/ AT Overland Summit and a minimalist $80,000 Raptor w/ 802A Luxury Package. I like the Raptor, and the price isn’t outrageous considering the all-around performance and capability. For overlanding purposes, I couldn’t spend $70,000 on a Raptor when I could pick up the latest Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro for $47,000 (or even the Tundra TRD Pro for $66,000). Today’s Raptor has covered a mere 45,000 miles, showcases premium modifications, and includes a Go Fast Campers V1 platform camper.

From the Seller:

Truck is extremely clean, was ceramic coated and had half hood, fenders, bumper, and grill PPF applied when new. Oil changed with fully synthetic oil from day one. The truck has the factory extended range 36.5-gallon fuel tank. [I’m] looking for a larger vehicle for my growing family. For several years, this has been an extremely comfortable, fun, fast overland rig, and the next owner will not be disappointed. It has Ford’s Premium Care 60,000 mile warranty that can be transferred to the new owner.”

2018 Ford Raptor

The Raptor is fitted with a V6 motor that produces 450 horsepower and an impressive 510 pound-feet of torque. Consequently, on-road performance is exhilarating (the truck can hit 62 mph in just 5.1 seconds), but thanks to the EcoBoost technology, it still returns a reasonable 15/18 mpg (city/highway). Blistering performance is matched with impressive all-terrain capability courtesy of five-link coil-sprung rear suspension, Fox racing shocks, 9.8 inches of ground clearance, intelligent drive mode select, and more.

Distinguishing Features

  • House battery, 100-amp-hour with 315 watts of solar
  • Method wheels with Goodyear M/T tires
  • Go Fast Campers V1platform camper
  • Baja Designs light bar
  • Kinseman awning, 270-degree
  • Webasto heater
  • Icon rear leaf springs

This 2018 Ford Raptor with a GFC Camper is listed for $85,000 OBO and is currently located in Anchorage, Alaska. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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