Sprinter sleeper pics

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  1. Florida Playboy

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    Maybe on the west coast they're common but I rarely seem them in the rust belt.
     
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  3. truthranger

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    Mercedes Benz engines are the best. Have one with almost 2 MILLION miles and going strong.
     
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  4. truckon

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    You have a van with 2 million miles on the original untouched engine??
     
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    123456 Road Train Member

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    Wish OP would return..............
     
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  7. dclerici1

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    Look up Hanvey Engineering. They show a sleeper in a Sprinter, std wb fits 2 pallets in the back and 3 pallets in the 170" wb extended cab model.
     
  8. TA1199

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    I owned three of these cars since 93' as my work/fun car.
    The MR2 was a blast to drive. Mid mounted motor 5 spd tranny rear wheel drive fun FUN FUN! Wish mine had t-tops. They are basically classic cars and hard to find and expensive.

    The Subaru GL wagon was a great work truck for me. It had AWD and I would load that sucker up with cargo and make a ton of money with it. My two biggest complaibnts were the automatic transmisson lacked over drive so it would scream down the highway at 80-90 mph and the rust. It rotted away.

    I m 2008 as gas prices were soaring I was driving a big old 97' Cadillac Deville Concurs with a thirsty Northsrt V8. I wanted a 4wd car that I could take the top off and was economical and I didn't want a another jeep Wrangler. I picked up a 91' Geo Tracker with working A/C. I had it for three years and had a ton of fun with it and yes I loaded that up with a hand truck and cargo too and used it for work.

    Here is one of my favorite pics of my little Tracker.
     

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  9. Infosaur

    Infosaur Road Train Member

    I remember Trackers being overbuilt for what they were. (Compact SUV)

    It's not surprising they're still kicking around, but it's a shame there isn't a fresh supply of a similar type vehicle anymore.

    I thought I'd see zombie X-90's floating around since it was such a ridiculously impractical vehicle but still built on a robust chassis but it's been at least 7 years since I've seen one. (This doesn't discount that there might be a farm nearby with a pair in a shed, sans doors & glass, sitting on knobbies and a lift kit waiting on the next hunting season. I'm just not seeing them on the road anymore.)
     
  10. Weirdracin

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    Even thou we only see his sleeper area, it probably still is capable of more space by opening the back and lifting the bed when more room needed in a pinch.
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  11. CasanovaCruiser

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    Can you actually make decent money without having to follow any regulations in one of these things?
    Never seen anything like it haha
     
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