Wanted: 4x4 RV or Xplorer Type Rig

You should have scooped up Nitro Gears rig! You are lookin a in tough and popular category - I tried for over a year to find something and went with a Tiger I'm super happy with but smaller than what we originally wanted but after it all and shopping almost a year I like being small makes it easier. Still dream about a king size bed tho :)

If you want to cast a wider net a few more vehicles that may work:

Maybe a Serro Scotty Cummins would work too? That was one I always wanted to find.

GVX also makes some larger vehicles with pass through (I think) might have to up price a little for one of them.
I wanted the Nitro Xplorer BAD! Timing was terrible though. When he listed it I contacted him immediately but we were literally leaving on our motorcycles for Central America in 7 days. There was just no way I was able to get up there prior to us leaving. Unfortunately I think about it at least once a day. I constantly check Craigslist hoping the new owner needs to sell if for whatever reason and will have it listed.

I also have looked at Tigers but they are a bit smaller then what we would like. If I found a good deal on one I would scoop it up.
 

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I tried to buy that. The original owner was in NM (only about 6 hours from me) and had it listed for $50k, but I was the second person to inquire. Turns out the first person was just someone who was going to flip it. The new owner relisted it for $110k and it has slowly been coming down in price. It's listed in Phoenix for $79k. I offered him $50k but he wasn't too impressed.
 

SDDiver5

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I tried to buy that. The original owner was in NM (only about 6 hours from me) and had it listed for $50k, but I was the second person to inquire. Turns out the first person was just someone who was going to flip it. The new owner relisted it for $110k and it has slowly been coming down in price. It's listed in Phoenix for $79k. I offered him $50k but he wasn't too impressed.
Hate it when stuff like that happens? Is 50k your budget?

An LBZ and Allison combo with 110k on the odometer is just barely getting broken in- Since you're looking for something unique, might be worth it to try going up a bit. Def not a 90k vehicle- I'd say 65kish.

Good luck!
 
Hate it when stuff like that happens? Is 50k your budget?

An LBZ and Allison combo with 110k on the odometer is just barely getting broken in- Since you're looking for something unique, might be worth it to try going up a bit. Def not a 90k vehicle- I'd say 65kish.

Good luck!
No my budget is $150k. But I'm not so desperate that I'm going to overpay for something.
 

Nick_Stein

New member
No pass thought but,
2015 ram 3500 lone star mega cab with the aisin transmission and 89xxx miles. Here is a list of things about the truck.

Truck has navigation, heated seats, heated steering wheel, electric driver seat, manual passenger seat. Stock suspension and motor other than leveling kit/cold air intake/tuner (I wanted to be able to go to any dealer and grab parts that could/might get damaged/go out). I still drive the truck so the mileage will change. Always serviced on time. Oil change usually done early due to way it is used. Complete list below of things done to truck. It has the heavy duty Aisin transmission.

List of modifications front to rear.
•Midland cab antenna
•wee boost antenna
•road armor stealth bumper
•smitybilt 17.5k winch with wire/Bluetooth remote steel cable
•kc 45inch cured led light bar
•mm3 with 6 tunes to run any diesel fuel even that nasty Mexico high sulfur
•8 switch spod touch screen
•national Luna dual battery controller/monitor
•midland cv radio
•wee boot controller
•tuffy center console lock box
•rear seat platform (seats still under it)
•10 gallon front runner water cell gravity fed under platform
•arb twin air compressor
•national Luna smart solenoid
•Firestone 3 gallon air tank
•auxiliary battery
•bundutecUSA oddesy 205 flatbed camper(more on that below)
•cm aluminum flatbed
•bw gooseneck hitch with hatch on flatbed
•rotopax duo mounts 2 diesel/2water
•air lift air bags in rear
•longhorn 20s with nitto g2s 295/65/20
•rigd tire carrier with matching spare
•new tires less than 100 miles

2017 BUNDUTECUSA FLATBED ODYSSEY CAMPER

•2017 model bought new in 2020
•22 gallon water tank
•led outside lights
•dometic fridge 110L and cooktop
•Lagun table with solid cherry top
•12 inch memory foam queen mattress yes you read that correctly a 12 inch mattress.
•upper shelf storage
•max air fan
•ladder and 3 bar roof rack
•electric roof jacks
•Chinese diesel heater(currently removed for summer just have to mount back and plug in wiring always stays in place)
•his and hers clothing hamper on either side of bed
•pelican 1650 turned into outside storage/cooking area
•alucab 270 awning
•2 bike bike rack on ladder
•c dinette that can turn into a small bed with the table top.
•110 outlets (only with sure power no converter used a goal zero)
•knife magnet
•6 gallon propane hot water heater
•20 pound propane tank
•manual happijacs
•4 anchorguard tie downs
•5 gallon grey tank
•outdoor shower
•Footprint is 81x81 shipping weight is 1400 pounds per title.

For both Id ask 95k. Thank you. Currently located in Memphis, TN.
Epic setup man. Well done.
 

Jdubucsd

Addicted to Espresso
You should have scooped up Nitro Gears rig! You are lookin a in tough and popular category - I tried for over a year to find something and went with a Tiger I'm super happy with but smaller than what we originally wanted but after it all and shopping almost a year I like being small makes it easier. Still dream about a king size bed tho :)

If you want to cast a wider net a few more vehicles that may work:

Maybe a Serro Scotty Cummins would work too? That was one I always wanted to find.

GVX also makes some larger vehicles with pass through (I think) might have to up price a little for one of them.
Yea man Nitro gear was the sweetest ride.
 
You should have scooped up Nitro Gears rig! You are lookin a in tough and popular category - I tried for over a year to find something and went with a Tiger I'm super happy with but smaller than what we originally wanted but after it all and shopping almost a year I like being small makes it easier. Still dream about a king size bed tho :)

If you want to cast a wider net a few more vehicles that may work:

Maybe a Serro Scotty Cummins would work too? That was one I always wanted to find.

GVX also makes some larger vehicles with pass through (I think) might have to up price a little for one of them.
Yes, I'm looking for a late model UNICAT for less than a 100k... MYSELF
 

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