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$160K 4×4 Off Road Camper Van | Sportsmobile Ford Classic



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This custom conversion van is built on the Ford Econoline. This 4×4 off road camper built by Sportsmobile can go just about anywhere.

This van features the classic penthouse top that Sportsmobile is known for.

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  1. Haha, you look very happy with that bad boy Joe. But, that Sprinter model looked sweet to me. I guess if you like serious off road drivable trails, then that Sportsmobile is your baby (but $150K, no fixed commode, no ginny and a 2sq ft fridge, is really nothing to write home about right?)!

  2. Thank you sooooo much for the look at the Sportsmobile! That's the one I'm looking at buying once I take the leap! Think it will be perfect with a small Airstream in tow! Love your channel!

  3. Hay Kids , Are you going nuts no room ? Maybe you should look at the 29 ft. IWS Sportsman just saw one 3 weeks a go at a camp site and all I can say WOW ! And yes you can get it with 4×4 ,.,lol,.,

  4. Pretty Effin' Sweet Bro! I have loved Sportsmobile units for ever, a neighbor owns one,and I drool every time he takes it out.His has a different floorplan,but still a fine ride. Now I might be able to rock one for a week,or two, but I think I'd still have to tow a Outfitters trailer with additional sleeping space, and more solar panels.Could also throw in a decent off road scoot to run groceries,and adult beverages. Thanks again for sharing,Be Safe,,C-Ya!,,,,Peace!

  5. this is an amazing camper, a little different from my 1972 vw sportsmoible that i bought in 1975 for $6,000 and drove everywhere from michigan to florida and back several times, oh how the times have changed, thanks for the 411

  6. 3 years ago a Sportsmobile employee told on YT that they start @ 50k and a nice one (with 4×4) is 80- 90k. So why should anyone believe that you should now pay 70k more?
    There is NO customer benefit that Sportsmobile needs to build these from a cutaway now. It's more like a minus in terms of repair in the long run.

  7. 160K? gad no! I bought a 98 with 15,0000 miles for 6K and had it converted to 4×4 for 10K, had all the crap that this one has for another 10K or less. Where is the other 130 grand?

  8. I have batteries that could power a everything in van for a full day including fridge pumps microwave any appliance for an awesome van these seem to be in the Stone age as far as batteries lead acid is heavy and underpoweres

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