SOLD. 2007 EarthRoamer XV-LT #58 - Bulletproofed 6.0 - 62.5k miles -$175,000

Hello all, up for sale is EarthRoamer #58 built on a 2007 F550 chassis. Vehicle is in Southern California, 64k miles for $175,000. The 6.0 has been fully bulletproofed with Sinister Diesels Complete Solution Package, ARP head studs, F.C.I.M. and aftermarket turbo piping. In the past year it has been through EarthRoamers maintenance / 500 point inspection as well as having a new roof hatch and new house batteries installed. 2007 was one of the last years before they started to require D.E.F. additive on diesel trucks so no third tank or loss of power to worry about.

Standard features, Body:

• One piece, molded composite laminate body
• TriMount® camper mounting system
• Camper body painted to match Ford truck paint color
• Automatic electric entry steps
• Electric roof mount awning
• Full size spare tire with hand winch for easy removal
• LED tail and brake lights
• LED area outdoor lighting
• Exterior storage access (two flip-down handle/steps and grab handle)
• Locking Billet fuel and water doors

Standard features, Living Space:

• Enclosed bathroom/shower with expandable changing room
• Seating that converts to additional sleeping area
• Swing arm table
• Slide out pantry
• Locking storage drawers
• Cedar closet with clothes hanging bar
• Extended flip up granite counter in bench seat configuration

Cabinetry:
• Premium wood cabinets
• Durable conversion varnish finish
• Hardwood dovetail drawers on full extension slides
• Real granite counters
Interior Upholstery
• Commercial grade, durable flooring
• Commercial grade vinyl seat and wall covering
• Commercial grade vinyl headliner

Interior Lighting:
• High efficiency fluorescent lighting
• Task lighting over gallery and table
• Reading lights in bunk
• LED lights over dining area

Appliances:
• 7.0 cubic foot Norcold compressor refrigerator/freezer
• Ceramic cook-top stove (diesel)
• 1.5 cubic foot Sharp convection microwave

Electrical Systems:
• Pre-wired for trailer
• Three 170-watt Sharp solar panels with solar charge controller
• 510-amp/hour AGM battery bank (two 255 amp/hour batteries)
• Battery charge monitoring system
• 2000-watt pure sine wave inverter with integrated 100 amp battery charger
• Marine AC and DC circuit breaker panel
• Marine grade wiring and heat shrink connectors used throughout
• Camper battery and engine starting battery isolation system
• 30 amp external AC power connection (power cord and adapter included)
• Exterior AC/DC outlets

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems:
• 7,000 BTU high efficiency air conditioner with digital
thermostat
• 13,600 BTU diesel air heater with thermostat
• Dual pane acrylic windows with built-in shades and bug screens
• Skylight/fan in bathroom
• Insulating curtain and pillow to seal cab from camper

Water System:
• 85 gallon heated and insulated fresh water supply
• Dual fresh water filtration system
• 26 gallon heated and insulated grey water holding tank
• High capacity variable output water pump
• Cassette toilet
• 6.3 gallon hot water tank
• Diesel hydronic hot water and engine pre-heating system
• 10 inch deep, polished, stainless steel sink
• Outside hot and cold water tap
• Filtered drinking water tap

Truck Accessories:
• 50 gallon auxiliary fuel tank
• Fog lights
• HID driving lights
• Halogen off-road lights
• Billet aluminum grill
• Bug deflector
• Mesh radiator bug screen
• Heavy duty front and rear aluminum bumpers
• Aluminum light guards on rear bumper
• Heavy duty remote reservoir shocks
• Step bars
• Fender flares front and rear
• Heavy duty front and rear stabilizer bars
• Air compressor, air horns and air tank
• Sound-deadening material under carpet and in doors
• Heavy duty “drive” tires on the rear wheels
• Heavy duty “steer” tires on the front wheels

Options and Upgrades:
• 16,500 pound electric front winch with synthetic rope
• 9,500 pound electric rear winch with synthetic rope
• Hella 4000 HID off-road lights
• Single-sided over-cab bunk cabinetry
• Keurig coffee maker
• Oasis XD3000 6 gallon air compressor
• In-cab Entertainment: * 7 inch Touch-panel LCD screen * DVD
player * Navigation system * NavTraffic where available * Back-up
camera * Satellite radio * Voice recognition * 10 GB Music Library *
iPod-ready * Bluetooth-ready
• 4 channel amplifier and 4 upgraded speakers
• Rear seat headrest video displays with wireless headphones
• Security System including camper door and anti-theft Cyclops key
fob
• Samsung LCD TV
DVD player, separate MP3/CD/
Radio and 2 speakers
 

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Friendly UN-solicitied advice: Add more truck details.

"Heavy Duty Tires"?? Ummm.. Brand? Size? Rating?
Suspension? I could be wrong, but i am pretty sure there are more modifications to the suspension than "heavy duty sway bars"

These things are pretty important to potential buyers

Just my .02
 
Tires - Continental HDL2 Eco plus "regroovable" 295/60r 22.5
Shocks - *King 32 way adj. with reservoirs.
Some "heavy duty sway bars" too

Thanks for your .02, I just wrote down the specs from the owners manual that was given to me from ER when we purchased it. I should probably add that the diesel cooktop was replaced with an induction too.
 
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Tires - Continental HDL2 Eco plus "regroovable" 295/60r 22.5
Shocks - Fox 32 way adj. with reservoirs.
Some "heavy duty sway bars" too

Thanks for your .02, I just wrote down the specs from the owners manual that was given to me from ER when we purchased it. I should probably add that the diesel cooktop was replaced with an induction too.
Are the Fox bright silver bodied or newer black/orange color?
They might be Hellwig swaybars?
Cool on the induction; 2 burner?
 
Hey, so they're King... not fox shocks(oops). I've checked on the swaybars but haven't seen any badge/stickers to indicate as to what brand they are but I'll check again. As for the induction stove top, it's just a single.
Thanks
 
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Sorry, long weekend. I just got done riding and was looking at my bike when I said fox shocks.. They're King 32way adj. Blue and silver. Silly.
 

mk216v

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Sorry, long weekend. I just got done riding and was looking at my bike when I said fox shocks.. They're King 32way adj. Blue and silver. Silly.
Good stuff! From old pics it looks like King’s were standard on XV’s back then.
I think for awhile now the Hellwig swaybars have a bumpy black/gunmetal Hammertite finish.
 

mk216v

Der Chef der Fahrzeuge
I spent some time yesterday with Jeff and ER58; very nice guy with a very clean and well-kept rig, especially for an '07. It's obvious this ER has been well loved. I was very impressed with how quiet it was in the cab on the truck at highway speeds, and off-pavement (single vehicle dirt/muddy/some icy track outside of Bend) too. No rattles heard from the "camper", no whistling from the "camper" body(even with strong Bend winds), no rattles from inside the cab, only could hear some tire noise(understandable). No serious rocking/wallowing off-pavement; this all was very different than I was expecting. Pleasantly surprised to say the least. I personally love the white exterior as well, looks sano.

Someone is going to get a heck of a value on a well-cared-for XV-LT!
 

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Love to see it! I think we met you downtown this summer... Anyway reach out to us. We live in Bend.

Thanks Greg
 
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