06' Sportsmobile Transformer Diesel 4x4

#1
I am considering selling my SMB to help fund a side company start-up. I have an 06 Sportsmobile 4x4, w/ 80k miles on 6.0 diesel bullet proofed by So Cal Truck Works at 75k miles, SMB Dynatrac conversion with Atlas II transfer case.

I bought this rig from the original owner in July of 16 with 72K and have done nothing but upgrade it since. I installed a Aluminess roof rack and ladder, towing mirrors, Pioneer HUD w/ navigation and back up camera, 24" flip down TV, bulletproofed the motor minus the head bolts(these vans don't make enough boost to stretch the head bolts). I also have a set of run-cool hood vents that I have not installed.

The van can seat up to 8 with 4 captains seats and a removable 4 seat bench. The transformer kit(heavy duty removable fitted bed frame by SMB) clips in to the rear bench brackets when you want to convert for camping. The galley has a microwave, fridge, and a sink. I do have the snap on widow shades for all windows.

The van speaks for itself and is located in So. Cal. mountains. I am asking $38.5K FIRM for the van or trade for 04'-07' 5.9l cummins 4x4.

My photos are too large to upload. I'll be working on figuring out a way but the are some on sportsmibileforum classifieds
 
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Got it thanks...Interested but I really want an RB50 setup...Wonder how much it would cost to get Colorado Campervan to set it up the way I’d like it...Let me do some research
 
#7
Got it thanks...Interested but I really want an RB50 setup...Wonder how much it would cost to get Colorado Campervan to set it up the way I’d like it...Let me do some research
Sportsmobile will do a pop top for 10k. The guy I bought my roof rack from was selling it because he had SMB do a pop top and the rack would no longer work. The rack could sell for 2k to offset the cost of the pop top.
 
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My son is 6'-4" and he can manage to get comfortable on the bed platform. My wife and I got up there with a 4 year old, I was suprised how decievingly tight it looks compared to how spacious it feels.
 

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