F-650 Crew cab camper

Overland Explorer

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I am selling my big truck. Professionally built custom 2004 F-650 crew cab motor home, complete, ready to go, fully serviced every spring. Includes everything but the clothing. Original Florida truck, 96 000 miles,not a speck of rust anywhere, frame still has perfect black factory paint. C-7 Cat, 5 speed Allison, has never seen a cold start or cold running. Fully welded tubular aluminum frame work, bonded composite sheeting on the walls, spray
foam insulation, Baltic birch and maple cabinetry, AGM battery banks, solar, 3000 watt inverter, 3000 watt generator that has only been used 5 times in 5 years, 120 gallons fresh water, full bath, always made beds for 4 including rear queen, dinette converts for 6. This rig gets the same fuel economy as my Dodge 2500 diesel when pulling a trailer, but is 6000 pounds under GVW, travelling weight of this unit is
9040 KG, or 19 888 pounds. Appraised in 2013 when commissioned for $180K, appraisal is available for
serious inquires only, asking $120K CAD, or reasonable offer, will consider trades. This unit was built for
off grid camping and has been from the southwestern USA to northern Canada, it has been our race support vehicle and hauler for the last 5 years and has served us
flawlessly, with only 2 of us racing now we are downsizing.

Located in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada.

I will try and get interior pics, the appraisal has a pile of them but is to large to load. I can email that to anybody who is serious.
 

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workerdrone

Fulltimer
Trying to figure out - if you were using this for 2 people and leaving the dinette always as dinette, do you climb over the kitchen sink to get into bed?

And I'm assuming this is 2wd, dually rear?

Tire / wheel info?

Commercially built or homebuilt?
 

Jeep

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There is a full queen east/west bed in the rear, this unit will sleep 6. The overhead was for a couple of kids. Tires are 11R22.5 on steel wheels. Commercially built.
 

Jeep

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Price drop $99 900 CAD or at today's exchange rate $77 000 USD. I found something I really want, not going down any lower, it will stay in the coral.
 

Sixinarow

Adventurer
Price drop $99 900 CAD or at today's exchange rate $77 000 USD. I found something I really want, not going down any lower, it will stay in the coral.
Good deal. I'm looking to do the same thing on an M2 106 or 7400/Workstar chassis but with a removable box. Good luck with the sale!

I have to ask, what are you looking to get instead?
 

Jeep

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Sorry for the late reply. I am building a 1 ton based rig, which will be done by next summer if time permits.

Today it's $90K CAD or $68 500 USD. Alternatively I would separate the camper and subframe and sell the camper for $60K CAD or $45 500 USD. I thought i wouldn't drop any lower but I have a use for the chassis if the camper goes separately.
 

Jeep

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$60K CAD today ($46K USD), or a cool trade for something smaller. That's the reserve set at auction and I have a little more than a month before it heads that direction. Moving on!
 

erstwild

Member
Wow, that is a beauty. Amazing no one has picked this up yet. I'm in the market, but this is just too big for me. GLWS
 
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