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Sprinter EB (Extended Body Van)
Note the portable 39″ TV and exterior speakers.
Kevin and Michele Smith
taking delivery.

Seat up to nine. Captain seats have multiple adjustments. They’re comfortable – very comfortable.
Upper cab compartment was deleted for a more spacious cab area.

Flip down TVs are available in several sizes.
Rear Gaucho will seat 3 or make a short bed.

The cab is comfortable, functional, and looks good.

Kevin and Michele will use their Sportsmobile primarily for tailgating and touring the continent plus their at home second car. There may be occasions to move some cargo. Each captain seat can be unbolted from the inside. However, it does take two to lift them out.

Open space for clothes bags, golf clubs, and other stuff.
Cassette slides out for service.

Bath includes a built in casette toilet. A medicine and other cabinets can be added.
A 4CF Refrigerator replaces the standard 3CF one. There’s a fair bit of storage throughout the interior.

For some cool shade or rain protection one person can crank out the awning in a minute. Power awnings are also available.

Kevin said, “Incredible customer service”. Thanks Kevin!
The Sportsmobile team.

This touring van
will seat up to nine.
EB Sprinter

Six Captain Seats and the rear couch will seat nine for comfortable, long distance touring.
Interior is roomy with a ceiling height of 6’2″. A movable table and cockpit divider curtains are included.
Other Options are available to add to your traveling pleasure.

Sportsmobile’s Captain Seats recline, swivel, and have fore-aft adjustments. The Sprinter’s cab seats have multiple adjustments. Swivels for the cab seats are optional.

The rear couch seats three and flips out into a short bed, 69″ long x 38″ wide. A refrigerator and additional storage is in back of the couch.

The rear has a storage compartment that is 69″ wide, 6’2″ high by 20″ deep. Shelves, clothes rods and compartments can be added. Note how the Sprinter’s rear doors can swing around out of the way.

“Just wanted to give you an update on the van. It’s awsome! It is actually even more useful than we anticipated. The 1,500-mile trip back was smooooth. We are taking a 3-week trip from Florida to Maine with the kids next week, and it is going to be the most stress-free trip due to all the room and convenience. Yahoooo! We are so friggin’ happy with the van.”   — Steve and Kristi Neal

A refrigerator and microwave are in the right rear cabinet. The left cabinet is storage. Tripod table swivels and can be any size. It’s also convenient to use outside.

This plan allows for passage to the rear. Dinettes seat four. All Sprinter seats have belts unless noted otherwise.

Dinettes easily convert into a 61″ x 49″ bed when parked.

The rear compartment is accessible from the front or rear. The portable 2000W generator will run the A/C and other 110V applicances when a 110V hookup is not available. A toilet could also locate in the rear.

“Built to our specifications for heavy-duty ranch use.” — Paul and Jason Holman

Montana Ranch Explorers These Ford Sportsmobiles will used to transport guests to the ranch. Four-wheel drives are required to explore the large property because some of the trails are quite rough and challenging. Large windows provide spectacular views.

Sprinter EB (Extended Body)

The interior is roomy with a high ceiling.

Large rear doors make the trunk very accessible.

Big windows and comfortable seats for traveling enjoyment

Rear couch flips out for a nap. Buckle up when traveling.

If the scenery gets dull jusf flip the TV on. Cab space has room for a 32″ (TV not installed this photo).

RB Sprinter will seat up to nine.

The RB (Regular Body) van is available with the Penthouse expandable top (O).

When Penthouse top raised the ceiling is 15’8″. For more info see Options price sheet.

Penthouse bed lowers for naps or a good night’s sleep.

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