For Sale: 2016 Ram 3500 Mega Cab w/ 2016 Four Wheel Camper Grandby Flatbed edition

Hi, I'm putting my rig up for sale. I absolutely love it, but am buying a house and so have to sell. I will post some pictures in the next day or two when I can get them.

The truck:
2016 Ram 3500 Mega Cab Laramie SRW 4x4
Cummins 6.7 high output turbo diesel (900 ft/lbs. of torque)
Aisin medium-duty automatic transmission (amazing)
Laramie edition (black leather)
Pearl White color
~45,000 miles (mostly highway)
Has Chrysler Max Care bumper to bumper warranty out to 100k/5 years
Diesel powertrain warranty out to 100k/5 years
Always meticulously maintained by dealer
No known issues or problems
Basically fully loaded except for moonroof
Heated/Cooled seats, heated steering wheel
Remote start/keyless entry and go
Front/Rear proximity sensors
Backup camera flawlessly integrated info flatbed
Husky X-act contour rubber floor mats
Running boards
UConnect 8.4 Radio with Navigation
Transfer case skid plate
Engine block heater/plug in cord
Rear sliding window/defrost
Rare front bench seat in Laramie trim (great for kiddos or snuggling your partner on a long drive)

Modifications to truck:
Stock height suspension (not lifted)
King 2.5" remote reservoir shocks all around
Firestone Ride-Rite Air Bags in rear (with separated air fill valves)
3M Ceramic Tint on windows, I cant remember the level, but it's very light, hardly darker than stock. However, it makes a huge difference in heat coming through the windows, which is what I was after.
Currently wearing 285/75R18 Goodyear Duratrac tires (35.1" tall by 11.5" wide, 4080lb. rating) on stock aluminum wheels. Only about 4000 miles on the tires, they were put on back in the early fall. Come with replacement certs from Discount Tire should you need them.
Comes with an AEV ProCal so that you can make your own adjustments to tire size, gear ratio, lighting, etc.

2016 custom aluminum flatbed made by Alumline out of Iowa
Built for the camper to four wheel's specs
Toolboxes in front and behind the tires
Factory backup sensors and camera integrated into rear
Stake pockets/rub rail on both sides
Tire "hole" sized for up to a 40" tire
Installed professionally by Alumline in Iowa (I drove out there)
Brackets installed for aluminum scissor steps for camper side door
Factory DEF and Diesel fills added to flatbed

The Camper:
2016 Four Wheel Camper Grandby Flatbed Edition
Basically fully loaded minus the 2nd roof vent over the bed
"Self Contained" edition (inside/outside showers, cassette toilet)
Silver Spur edition inside/outside
130 Liter AC/DC fridge (will run forever on the batteries/solar
inside/outside shower
Flush Mounted glass top sink/stove
Cassette Toilet (this thing is awesome)
Yakima Roof Rack System with tracks
160 Watt Zamp Solar panel and MPPT charge controller
Water Heater
Mechanical Jacks for all 4 corners
Power Roof Vent Fan (Fan-tastic fan)
8' Fiamma Side Awning
Side Wall Steps
Thermal Pack
LED exterior light package
Rear LED flood lights
Dual AGM Exide batteries
Accordion Scissor steps (with attachment on flatbed to connect them for side door)

I think I've covered everything, but if I think of more I'll add it here. I'll try and get some pictures.

Located in Boulder, CO. Asking $99,000 for the entire package. Ready to go camp with you this spring and summer. PM me if you're interested.


**Edit: added some interior pics on page 2 of this thread

(some of these photos show the AEV katla wheels still, which I no longer have. They were recalled by AEV. The truck has the stock aluminum 18" wheels back on it now.

Towing our diesel VW and bikes this summer.


In Moab with the original stock tires/wheels


Lake Powell


Camping for the eclipse this past summer


Stealth camping with the top down on the dinette, made into a bed

**Edit: added some interior pics on page 2 of this thread
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Very interested

How is camper tied down to flatbed?
In Omaha - 402-237-9135
The camper is attached to the flatbed via 4 bolts through the flatbed. I have removed it before, and the camper has the mechanical jacks that can be put on to lift the camper off the flatbed, just like the regular slide-in FWC truck campers. I will post some pictures in a day or two. I can give you a call later.
Wow. That's a steal. I'm putting together my own flatbed Hawk on a brand new truck with 1/2 the options you list and a gas motor and I can tell you... that's a steal. Would love to see photos of your rig - megacab with stretched out bed to fit the grandby? Unreal.