Loaded 2008 Sportsmobile 4×4

Here’s a great looking 2008 Sportsmobile RB-50 4×4 with all of the bells and whistles, available now on eBay in Euless, Texas. The camper’s got less than 40,000 miles and is powered by a 6.0 liter Power Stroke V8 diesel. Highlights of the equipment list include an Old Man Emu suspension, 12,000 lb. Warn winch, Sportsmobiles’s … Continue reading »

Categories: Class B - Van, Ford, Sportsmobile | 1 Comment

Update: EarthRoamer XV LT Relisted on eBay, Lower Price

  The 2005 EarthRoamer XV LT we featured last month is back on eBay, and the Buy It Now price is $16,000 lower at $139,000. If you recall, this is a 2005, and based on a rugged Ford F-450 chassis with 60,000 miles on the clock. The luxurious EarthRoamer interior features a full bathroom, queen … Continue reading »

Categories: Class C, Earthroamer, Ford, Update | 3 Comments

Earthroamer XV LT on eBay

It’s probably redundant to say that this Earthroamer XV LT for sale on eBay is loaded, since it’s probably not possible to buy one that isn’t loaded, but this has everything. This 2005 is based on a Ford F-450 with the Lariat Luxury package, so you know the chassis has every option available as well. … Continue reading »

Categories: Class C, Earthroamer, Ford | 10 Comments

Was Revcon’s Trailblazer the first true American off-road motorhome?

Revcon as a company is known for a line of wonderful, front-wheel drive aluminum coaches. At the time they were in production, these were the class of the industry, and even now they command high resale values in comparison to motorhomes of the same age. In the mid 1990’s though, Revcon produced a number of … Continue reading »

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Nice 4×4 Class C on eBay

This just popped up on eBay a few days ago, a nice looking 4×4 class C conversion. The seller started with a Coachmen Concord 301SS, and had the 4WD conversion done professionally. The conversion added a Dana 60 front axle, NP 271 F T-case, and ARB locking diffs front and rear. While that long overhang may … Continue reading »

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