condition: good cylinders: 8 cylinders drive: rwd fuel: diesel odometer: 157500 paint color: white rv type: truck camper size / dimensions: 17ft 11in title status: clean transmission: automatic
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Selling our 2000 Bigfoot 10.6 C slide in truck camper and 2002 Ford F350 with the 7.3 Powerstroke diesel
Bigfoot Campers are famous for durability, low maintenance, and quality craftsmanship. 4 season insulated camper with solid wood cabinets, furnace, AC, Onan LP generator, powered remote controlled Titan jacks, Fridge/Freezer, Dry bath with toilet, and separate stand up shower. etc. 10inch memory foam matress, tons of storage. Since we have owned it, we painted the interior to lighten it up, put down laminate bamboo flooring, reupholstered the dinette cushions, taped seams on all roof components, caulked/taped seams joints etc....
This set up would be amazing for anyone looking to live the "van life" but with way more space and luxury. I have owned and upfitted 2 sprinters, and this camper provides more room, with the luxury of being able to continue to use your truck.
We are selling and planning to go to a small travel trailer and downsize a bit.
Original sticker price was $40k in 2000.
2002 F350 7.3 diesel, 2WD automatic transmission with 157K miles, and King Ranch seat upgrade. In the past year, has had all 8 injectors replaced, 8 new glow plugs, valve cover gasket, ICP sensor, brakes, and tires. Over $4000 in repairs and maintenance.
Has Torklift frame mounted camper tie downs installed and will include turnbuckles and everything you need to get on the road.
Truck started life as a service bed work truck, I bought and put new(used) bed on, bought interior out of a 2006 King Ranch, and swapped it in. Manual windows and locks for longevity, and super durable and sharp King Ranch seats.
Will also include airbags for rear suspension, for better ride. Just haven't had time to install myself.
Truck and camper are used, and show signs of use. They are both solid, but don't come looking for a new truck and camper. Truck has a some rust on doors and bumpers, but frame is good. Seats currently without power, but hopefully will have that finished this week.
Camper shows similar signs of use, with a couple of known minor issues. We are kinda goobers and can't figure out how to use hot water heater or outdoor shower. I haven't spent a ton of time dealing with it as we haven't needed them, but I doubt it is too hard of a fix.
Looking for $16500
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