2006 Sportsmobile RB31 4x4 MGMetalWorks/UJOR Super Clean

Ranchero

Wanderer
2006 Sportsmobile RB31 4x4 Ford E350. 61,700 miles
5.4 gas V8
MG Metalworks/Ujoint Off-Road 4x4 swap done with all the best components
Front Dana 60 with 4.30s and 14.29" brakes, Dynatrac hubs (no unit bearings!), Dynatrac balljoints
Rear Sterling 10.5 with 4.30 limited slip.
Aluminess front and rear bumpers with deluxe box and tire carrier
34" Toyos (approx 5k miles) and a set of 33" Cooper snow tires (approx 4k miles)

Sportsmobile stuff:
penthouse/bed up top,
long gaucho couch/bed below
Norcold refrigerator,
Espar D2 heater (separate diesel tank)
Water: Sink, 20 gallon freshwater, 12 gallon greywater
Electric: two 200 amp/hour AGM house batteries
two 125 watt solar panels with Blue Sky controller,
Tripplite inverter
Underfloor storage
Pioneer AVH-4200NEX stereo with backup camera

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I camped in this 2-3 nights per week all last year, including about 15 nights in at or below zero temperatures in northern Colorado. The heater keeps it warm enough to wear shorts inside. The massive battery bank, solar and water let you stay comfortably in the desert or mountains for many days at a time. Excellent shape. Other than a minor dent in the front driver’s side fender it looks close to new. Asking $59k
Steve
719-221-3943
twowheeldrive at gmail
 

CORunner

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Nice rig, I saw it at FIBArk with a for sale sign. Even took a picture and sent it to my wife. Too bad I had just bought a built 100 series Land Cruiser... otherwise I might have been all over this.
 

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