SALE AGREED: I have received a deposit and will not be accepting new offers on this rig. I will update the advert and engage with buyers only if the sale falls through. Main details: 1990 Ford F-250 XLT Lariat, 4x4, 7.5 liter gasoline V8 (the 460 engine!) 1995 Lance Squirelite 165 camper Includes all kitchen equipment, bedding, propane bottles and everything you need for a self-support, self-contained trip. We’re heartbroken to be parting company with this incredible rig. She’s been from Mexico to Canada with zero problems, turns heads everywhere she goes, and has taken us places most campers will never reach. See the YouTube link for a video tour. We are looking to sell in Oregon in October or early November; we can be flexible for the right buyer. Please note the sale is for the entire rig; we will not sell the truck separately. Truck details: Eighth generation (1990) F-250 XLT Lariat, 4x4, supercab, 7.5l gasoline V8 with electronic fuel injection. We have service history for the last few years which includes a new fuel pump, 4 new shocks, a service in Feb 2022 and September 2022. Features: High and low range four wheel drive (2H, 4H, 4L), manual locking hubs E4OD gearbox with Overdrive Cancel Switch Air conditioning Cruise control Electric windows Power steering FM Radio Front and rear fuel tanks, 16 gal each All these features are in working order. She has a 5-digit odometer showing 87,000 miles. We are the third owners; the truck spent most of its life on a California vineyard and I believe it hasn’t gone around the hundred-thousand mile mark… You can judge the condition of the truck. It’s mechanically sound, has minimal rust and the interior is in astounding condition for a vehicle that can remember the first Bush administration. The rear tank’s fuel gauge isn’t working, so we use the mile counter when running on the rear tank… This is the only fault I know of in the truck! Camper details: Lance squirelite 165 from 1995. We’ve tackled one of the biggest problems with campers this age by adding new attachment points - they’re fabricated steel, and bombproof! The sprung turnbuckles have also been replaced this year so the attachment to the truck is secure. The 300W rooftop solar array is phenomenal. We’ve used an inverter to run the fridge for most of the last 6 months, from Mexico to Montana - if it’s sunny we get between 150-250W at noon, measured by the controller. Features: 300W solar array + inverter (120V AC) Onboard RV battery replaced June 2022, under warranty (truck and camper batteries are fully independent) Double bed with foam mattress, new this year Kitchen with two gas rings and extractor; 2x 1gal refillable propane tanks Fridge, runs on propane or electricity (solar when it’s sunny) Air Conditioning (requires electricity hookup) Sink, with electric water pump 2x vents with electric fans Water heater Interior heater Onboard toilet, indoor shower and outdoor shower Tanks: fresh 18 gal; gray 11 gal; black 12 gal Blackout curtains All features listed above are in working order. Additional details: We’re leaving the country and need to sell the entire rig. That means the sale includes all the items listed. If you don’t want any of them, please consider giving them to charity. Photos to follow with more detail on these items. Included with sale: All kitchen equipment: pots, pans, utensils, plates, bowls, cutlery… Bedding: mattress, pillows, duvet, sheets 2 camp chairs 2 yoga mats 2 tarps, 1 sunshade 5gal water jug Basic toolkit, tapes, adhesives Jumper cables The camper’s had the attachment points rebuilt, she's been recently re-sealed and she’s weathertight, but due to its age this will not be an ideal winter rig. Optional extras: These items are being sold separately, but can be part of the rig sale if you’re happy to negotiate a combined price. Trek Marlin 7 hardtail 29er mountain bike, 2017, Medium, tubeless + dropper post Giant Talon hardtail 29er mountain bike, 2019, Large, tubeless + dropper post Two Stand-Up Paddleboards (SUP), two carbon fiber paddles, two transport backpacks, one pump Honda 2000W gasoline-powered generator Mountain bikes are in good working order: hydraulic disc brakes are sharp, gears shift cleanly, lots of life in the tyres. They’re not in pristine cosmetic condition. Paddleboards are in very good condition and hold pressure for days; each has a very slow leak which means they will not hold pressure for weeks, however. Payment accepted via Wise, bank transfer, paypal. Not accepted: cash, venmo.
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