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Old 09-05-2012, 04:07 PM   #1
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Default 99 Revcon 4x4

There's a revcon 4x4 down the street for sale. Owners says he paid over 200K new.

Its on a 99 F350 4x4 powerstroke with 40K. Super clean and loaded..

Don't see these very often and I guess most people wouldn't want a 4x4 so small market. But Iv been wanting a 4x4 camper and this thing is sweet.

I apologize if this is the wrong forum.. But any suggestions on what its worth? I know.. as much as someone's willing to pay.
Anyone throw some realistic numbers out please.

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Old 09-05-2012, 10:20 PM   #2
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13 years old. How much does it weigh, hard to see from the picture, but the thing looks big. Is an F350 a heavy enough chassis for the weight the truck and what you'll have in it and/or haul?
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I did some googling and couldn't find much in that vintage. I found this ad: Reachoo.com - Free video classifieds - ad syndication > For Sale > Cars, boats, vehicles & parts | REVCON 4x4 motor home (pekin il))

Is that the one you're looking at? The stuff I read says they're pretty well made. Funny they say it's a 4x4. Looks like there are at least six tires on it in the pictures.
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I also found a Revco forum: Revcon forum

Looks like you have to join it to see anything. I'm on too many forums so I'm not joining. I'm with Dick, looks pretty heavy for a Powerstroke. But I guess if you need 4x4, or 4x6, or 6x6, or whatever it is.
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I did some googling and couldn't find much in that vintage. I found this ad: Reachoo.com - Free video classifieds - ad syndication > For Sale > Cars, boats, vehicles & parts | REVCON 4x4 motor home (pekin il))

Is that the one you're looking at? The stuff I read says they're pretty well made. Funny they say it's a 4x4. Looks like there are at least six tires on it in the pictures.
Yup.. That's it.

GCWR: 19,000 pounds
GVWR: 14,500 pounds
GAWR Front: 5,000 pounds
GAWR Rear: 6,250 pounds
GAWR Tag: 7,000 pounds
Payload: 2,480 pounds
6061T6 aluminum on 24-inch centers
All joints continuous welded
Outer skin aircraft aluminum 6061T6 (.050 thick)

For the right person it could be worth allot. But the average joe maybe not.

Looks like it sold.. Darn my offer was low.
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