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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Hayduke, Feb 18, 2009.
WOW, just WOW. Ultimate ADVcamper !
May I also add : (The Dakar Ready ULTIMATE 'Van's')
Come and take me by the hand
and we'll make love in my Chevy van.
don't laugh, you're daughter might be in here
I've been looking for an Econoline 4x4 diesel for a long time, and they are rarer as shit around here. I wouldn't order a new one given the engine choices now, and I can't afford the insane money people seem to want for a used Sportsmobile... $90K? I guess I'll keep looking.
I am leaning towards a Sprinter, but while I love the inside height and space, just not as rugged. I guess it would be nicer for paved travel though, but I don't see it splashing through the water in Death Valley like above.
If you are going to go that far, why not go all the way!
End of hi(van)jack.
The logo was on it when I bought it. Needs paint and some rainbow and puppies stickers. I was hoping to have the inside done for this years dirt bike camping fun...
Not a van sorry Duke...
Be on the lookout for me and Comet in the WA/OR area in July as we trip around in this.
Mine still hasn't gotten me no babes tho. Maybe cause it's a MINIvan and lacks the cachet of the older ones?!? Look, I got the light alloy wheels, cool stickers, etc... Come on, do I STILL really look like a "soccer mom?!?!"
At least I get to sleep with my hot blooded Italian mistress each night on the road. Mad Moto Marko
I love Vans... I wear them all the time at the beach
That's where I rode, too. Unless I was "driving" .
My Mom snapped this of me "driving" the 73 Tradesman on I-70 somewhere in Kansas...
In the Tradesman, we had a big brown victorian style chair with wooden arms that they'd just sit between the front buckets. Seat Belts? Car seats? oser
I had one just like that. I lived in it in '88.
My current and favorite vehicle so far:
2001 Econoline 150
These photos were taken at the Six Days of Michigan
It made the long slog across the plains states to and from Wyoming much more bearable also. Four guys and all their gear and bikes fit comfortably, captains chairs all around.
Three bikes on the trailer:
And my DRZ in the back:
I would love to have one in 4wd.
Cool stuff everyone.
Heyduke, do you have those original "naked dodge" file links you can pass on?
Minivans are great, too.
Klay, those bikes are clearly trying to escape:
Like kids. They don't want to be seen in a minivan, either.
just saw these too.
Here you go. Ready for anything!