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    Fresh Catch meljr's Avatar
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    2016 Ford Transit High Roof Extended Body

    I bought this a couple of months ago to convert into a stealth camper and tow rig. The full sized Transit are RWD and have plenty of power. Mine is a 3/4 ton and rated to tow 9100 lbs. which should handle my car trailer and either the Comanche or JK Unlimited nicely.

    The conversion has begun with crossbars for solar panels, a sink and counter top, porta-potty, propane stove, privacy screens and a bulkhead divider with door to keep the porta potty from shoving me through the windshield during a collision. Still to come a removable queen size bed platform, insulation and paneling.

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    Nice rigs! I can't wait to buy mine. I'm itching to start building one.


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