For Sale, 2006 Diesel Bigfoot RVPrice: $45,000 Contact: SOLD
Used RV for Sale, found a used Diesel Class C RV being offered for sale by the owner located in Madison, Wisconsin. The RV was listed on craigslist about 13 days ago and was still available when we posted it here. As shown here 26 feet long RV made by Bigfoot based on a 2006 Ford diesel truck has been driven about 80500 miles, and never fails the owner it's a true four-season RV. Interested please read more below.
|Interior Color||Beige, Brown|
Detail by owner
Up for sale is a 2006 Bigfoot RV model 30MH26SL with 80k miles on a 6.0 liter diesel engine and every upgrade available in that model (details here: https://recreationalvehicles.info/2006-bigfoot-3000-4000-series-motorhomes/2006-bigfoot-3000-4000-series-motorhomes-brochure.pdf) We’ve owned for two years and ~20,000 miles without issue. Never smoked in and no pets in it either. Title is clear with no liens.
If you’re looking for a winter camping/boondocking rig, especially for 3+ people, this is the camper you want:
• Seatbelts for seven – two up front, one in a captain’s chair, and four at the dinette.
• Beds for everyone – a queen above the cab, a full in the back, and the dinette can drop into a wide twin.
• The fresh/grey/black water tanks carried our family of four about a week between dumps/refills.
• You’ll never be too hot or cold as this thing is insulated like a house, has double-paned windows, and has an AC and 30k BTU furnace that’s pretty light on the propane and ducted to all parts of the camper. And when I say all parts, that includes a dedicated vent for the enclosed water tanks so you can actually dump them in the winter.
• Shower and a water heater that runs on shore power, propane, or the RV’s engine.
• The fridge and pantry will fit a week+ worth of groceries and will run on shore power or propane, and a 3-burner stove, oven, and microwave for cooking
• The closet and storage is incredible – you can bring along more clothes than you’ll be able to wear and even hang some things if you’re looking to go out to dinner.
• Two batteries, a solar panel, a 3.5kW generator, and lots of USB ports to keep you charged.
• Plenty of outdoor storage for your gear – skis up to 184cm will fit in an outdoor vestibule, and another one for boots to which I added some 12V outlets to plug in some boot driers.
• Wired to tow a runaround vehicle if you so choose – we never did.
• TV that runs on battery power and has surround sound which can also connect to your phone via bluetooth
For our family of four this was mostly a ski cabin on wheels, and it did that trick marvelously. During winter and spring break we’d drive all night to Colorado (kids sleep at dinette strapped in or doing activities at the table, and no stopping for bathroom breaks like in a car!), post up in one of the many public and secret locations that allow it, and ski like fiends without the cost of flights, a rental car, eating out, etc.
Some have asked me why not get a decked-out Sprinter – doesn’t that have all of this and it’s more maneuverable? First off, no, it won't do anything as well as this thing. Maybe just maybe it's more maneuverable but this is only two feet longer than an extended Sprinter, and I’ve taken this down some Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management trails just fine. And if your family is 1-2 people, maybe a Sprinter works. But if you’re 3+ people, there’s just no way you’re going to be comfortable in a Sprinter – you have too many things and there isn’t enough space. And if none of that convinces you, this thing is a lot cheaper than the $150k that a Sprinter with these features will cost you.
So if this thing is so great, why am I selling it? Basically, the kids are getting older and we just can’t get away long enough to use it like we used to.
Great working condition inside and out, but here are the notable upgrades and recent maintenance:
Two new coach batteries and two new chassis batteries.
• Deep cleaned inside and out
• Recently re-caulked
• New touch screen sound system with apple car play for navigation, etc.
• Back up camera that integrates with above sound system
• Added several USB charging ports and some 12V ports
• All coach lights inside and out replaced with LED
• Flat screen TV (only 19” but again can be run on 12V power)
• New tarp over slide
• Memory foam mattress toppers
• Built an insulated plywood board to place between the coach and cabin - both to prevent heat loss through the less efficient front area and to make it more secure against break-ins
• Replaced front tires and spare tire 800 miles ago – mechanic tells me the rears still have plenty of life on them
• Service up to date – annual oil change and coolant flush due in a few weeks, but only ~800 miles since last year’s service.
Email for more information or to see. Would consider delivery if I'd be taking it somewhere interesting ;)
Update listing of the Bigfoot, Ford RVs