EarthRoamer XV-LT 2006, #47 Ford F-550 for Sale - $158K

gdaut

Active member
Nice looking camper. Do you sleep North/South or East West in the bed? How high is the ceiling above the bed?

Is it a 2006 F550 chassis?
 

noah

New member
It has a queen bed with side storage cabinets. We can sleep either North/South or East/West. There is a 2" memory foam mattress which reduces the head clearance, but a person 5'10" or so can still sit up on bed.
Yes, it's a Ford F-550 chassis.
 

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noah

New member
Attached please find specifications for truck and camper. These specs describe our EarthRoamer with the following exceptions:
1) We don't have either rear or front optional winches.
2) The over-cab bed is a queen bed with an optional storage cabinet on each side.
3) There is no rear seat headrest video display.
4) The camper inverter/charger is new, upgraded to a pure sine wave Xantrex.
5) The tires and house batteries are new.
 

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eugarps

Member
ncnoah,

Might we have the capacities of the upgraded solar array and inverter? Are there any other options shown on the EarthRoamer catalog pictures that are not included on this coach?

Thank you,

Bill


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noah

New member
Hi Bill,
The 500W solar array has not been upgraded, but the inverter/charger has been upgraded to 3000W.
The catalog pictures describe our EarthRoamer with the following exceptions:
1) We don't have either rear or front optional winches.
2) The over-cab bed is a queen bed with an optional storage cabinet on each side.
3) There is no rear seat headrest video display.
4) The camper inverter/charger is new, upgraded to a pure sine wave Xantrex.
5) The tires and house batteries are new.
Carl
 

nvisse63

New member
For what it's worth, my wife and I took a look at this rig last weekend. It is in fantastic shape, very clean inside and out. It has very low miles and was stored in a garage when it wasn't being used, so everything in the engine compartment seems like new - the hoses are flexible, and there are no visible seal leaks. Carl indicated he drove the vehicle a minimum of every three months and changed to fluids regularly. The undercarriage is also in good shape, see some of the photos. You can tell it has been well maintained and not used for extreme off-roading.

We decided a smaller camper based on a Sprinter Van was better suited for us at this point, but I think this Earthroamer is a gem that hasn't gotten the attention it deserves on Expedition Portal and someone is going to be very happy with it for the price.

Nate
 

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adam88

Explorer
For what it's worth, my wife and I took a look at this rig last weekend. It is in fantastic shape, very clean inside and out. It has very low miles and was stored in a garage when it wasn't being used, so everything in the engine compartment seems like new - the hoses are flexible, and there are no visible seal leaks. Carl indicated he drove the vehicle a minimum of every three months and changed to fluids regularly. The undercarriage is also in good shape, see some of the photos. You can tell it has been well maintained and not used for extreme off-roading.

We decided a smaller camper based on a Sprinter Van was better suited for us at this point, but I think this Earthroamer is a gem that hasn't gotten the attention it deserves on Expedition Portal and someone is going to be very happy with it for the price.

Nate
Thanks for the info and pics Nate. Can I ask why you and wife chose not to buy it?
 

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