FOR SALE!! Ford F250 4X4 SUPER DUTY Lima, Peru! Half March 2020

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#1 Wed, 01/08/2020 - 12:50

FOR SALE!! Ford F250 4X4 SUPER DUTY Lima, Peru! Half March 2020

TRUCK AND CAMPER  (4x4 Motorhome) FOR SALE

PRICE: 16.000€ (euro) or,make an offer! The worst we can say is no;)
TIME OF SALE: Mid March 2020
PLACE OF SALE: Lima, Peru
TITLE TRANSFER PROCESS: Very easy transfer since the pickup has US plates (you get new US plates in your name ! No transfer via poder).

WHY A TRUCK CAMPER?
- Full 4x4 capability (4hi / 4lo)
- Lots of clearance
- Very strong 6.4 Diesel engine. No problems on steep 4X4 roads
- Very spacious and comfortable on long drives
- All the amenities that a motorhome offers
- Possibility to take off the camper and go into cities with just the pickup

THE TRUCK
- 2006 Ford F-250 6.4 Diesel
- around 245’000 miles at end of journey
- completely rebuilt engine at 227’000 miles
- new airco parts, compressor dashboard controles
- new vacuum pump
- new 4X4 solenoid
- automatic transmission
- 6 seats with seatbelts (fits 5 comfortably)
- electric windows
- newly installed Sony stereo system
- Oil changes every 5’000 miles (latest a few days ago)
- New BFG AT KO2 tires (the best for overlanding), bought at 226’000 miles
- New full spare tire

THE CAMPER
- 2003 Lance Camper 1025
- Sleeps 4 comfortably
- 2 individual beds (cabover and dinette that transforms into a bed)
- 3-way fridge/freezer (runs on gas, solar or when plugged in)
- 3-burner stove and furnace
- BBQ
- bathroom with toilet, shower and sink
- water heater (for warm showers)
- additional outside shower – perfect for after surf-showers
- roof vent (air in or out)
- Big roof window over bed
- Additional roof window in bathroom
- solar panel to charge the battery (also charges while driving or when plugged in)
- gas heating with thermostat (no freezing nights in the Andes)
- 33 gallons (125 liter) fresh water tank – enough to be off the grid for extended periods
- 13 gallons (49 liter) grey water tank
- 14 gallons (53) black water tank
- lots of storage on the inside and outside, including a self made roof rack for surf boards
- air conditioning (only works when plugged in)
- lots of windows, all of them with secure lock and mosquito net
- fully furnished kitchen
- Sony stereo system in the camper (Bluetooth/aux/USB)
- Outside lights all around the camper
- Flood lights at the back for navigation and lighting the camp spot
*ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT*
- Hydraulic Car Jack
- Pair of Recovery Tracks in case you get stuck
- Two cases of leveling pads
- Two tow cables
- 12V air compressor to pump the tires
- Jumper cables
- Camping Chairs 2x
- Sun Shade (Parasol) 2x
- Lots of tools ty-wraps duct tape lubricants etc.
- 10 liter jerrycan for extra diesel.
- A couple of 12V USB phone chargers
- 12V (DC) to 220V (AC) convertor to charge your laptop, electric toothbrush, camera etc.

The car is VERY strong , comfortable, and is very well maintained,
It’s perfect for overland adventures!!!
The camper has been in harsh overland conditions so it has some tear and wear, but it’s clean and functions very well!

What we especially like about the rig:
- V8!! So nice to drive! Very comfortable and powerful!
- The racks on the roof were we have a big boardbag with two longboards and a shortboard.
- The outside hot and cold shower for after surf!
- The boiler for hot water
- LOTS of storage
- Very comfortable lounge area to play cards on rainy nights
- The camper heater with thermostat
- The bed

That’s about it!
In case you have more questions, please let us know!

Cheers,

Martijn & Eke

 

PS: it may take a while for us to get back to you right away! There's little wifi in the middle of nowhere...;)

Thu, 01/09/2020 - 02:24

bonjour  quel est le price??

bonjour 

quel est le price??

Thu, 01/09/2020 - 12:03 (Reply to #2)

Hi Pierre

Hi Pierre

the price is in the add

it wasn't there before, so you question was fair..;)