2000 Revcon TrailBlazer 4×4 MotorhomeIsland Bed Floorplan
SOLD: June 3, 2015
The Revcon 4×4 TrailBlazer is powerful yet elegant. Designed for the ultimate offered adventure, it drives like a dream on the highway. This motorcoach is made for fisherman, hunters and other outdoorsmen who pursue the multitude of wilderness wonders. It takes you to your favorite stream, lake or mountain, your duck club, or high country hunting camp, and once you get there, you live it up in style and luxury.
The motorcoach is fitted with more creature-comfort features than you can imagine: Roof and dash air conditioning, color TV with DVD player, convection-microwave oven, six cubic foot refrigerator/freezer, bath facilities, deluxe furniture and large comfortable bed are only a few.
You travel over the highway to your off-road destination, knowing that you have the smooth ride that the Revcon’s air tag axle suspension gives. Plus you have the power to stay with the traffic flow in the Ford XLT 4×4 Triton 6.8L SOHC V10 310 horsepower (413 CID) gas engine, and the four pilot chairs up front for bumbles repose.
Yet, the Revcon 4×4’s most persuading fascination is that its power and grunt will conquer almost any train from the high meadows or the Rockies to the dunes and ruts of Baja.
The real reason for the Revcon 4×4 will become obvious to you in the early evening when you see Bronco, Jeep and Blazer owners crawl into their sleeping bags for nightmares on the rocks after spraying on the bug repellent, and again, in the early morning when you see them abandon their Arctic cocoons to shiver and shake, coaxing a campfire to give enough heat for some coffee.
But you? Heck, you’re in your Revcon 4×4. You’ve slept warmly, you’ve taken a hot shower, and you’re having your bacon and eggs, thanks to the unit’s 6KW generator and LP gas system. The brotherly thing to do now is to invite those 4×4 dirt campers into your rig for a hot cup of coffee.
The Revcon 4×4 unquestionably is the genius world of the Concorde and the Tundra Bus, both, of course, are beyond the financial reach of the average millionaire.
But the Revcon 4×4? Anybody who wants one, should own one, and you’ll have a 4×4 that has no peer in the universe of all-terrain vehicles.
- Walk-through to coach
- Color-coordinated window draperies
- Pleated day/night shades
- Porcelain sink
- Faucet w/pullout hose, adjustable spray nozzle
- Two-burner stove
- Flush-mount 6-cu. ft. automatic refrigerator/freezer with three-way hookup (AC/DC/LPG)
- Convection microwave oven
- Color TV with DVD
- Fiberglass molded shower stall
- Adjustable spray shower nozzle
- Three-speed exhaust fan
- Sink and counter located in bedroom for dual use
- Cabinets and cabinet doors constructed of oak with matching Formica trim
- Comfort controls for heat and air conditioning
- TV antenna hookup
- Safety escape window
- Built-in air pump system with controls for air bags
- Front off road shocks
- Pullout mirrors
- Speed control/tilt steering
- Air conditioning
- Light and convenience group
- Power locks/windows
- Tag axle with air bag suspension
- Hydro brake boost system for extra braking safety
- Sidewalls constructed of aircraft design, hat-shaped 6061T6 aluminum 24-inch centers
- All joints continuous welded
- Outer skin aircraft aluminum 6061T6 (0.50 think)
- Four leather captains chairs
- Toilet with dual pedal fill and padded seat
- Ford F-350 4x4 Crew Cab (4-door) XLT trim
|Water holding tanks||80 gallons|
|Water pump||Automatic self-priming|
|Water heater||6 gallon|
|City water hookup||Yes|
|Power||45-AMP converter & 12V/110V power distribution center|
|Generator||Honda EV 6010 6KW|
|Roof Air Conditioners||Two 13,500 BTU low-profile|
|Monitoring System||Illuminated RV panel (fresh water, waste water, propane gas, battery)|
|Shore power||30-AMP with 20 foot cable|
|Furnace||32,000 BTU ducted|
|LPG Tank||20 gallon|
|Battery Boost System||for engine starting backup|
|Winch||9,500 lb with remote|
|Tires||Seven 35 x 125R 17" LT all-terrain radials|
|Wheels||Seven 17" x 11" modular aluminum|
|Off Road Lightbar||Yes|
|Insulation||R-20 plus package with electric heat strips|
|Trailer Hitch||10,000 lb. capacity|
|Steps||Automatic two-level entry|
|Lights||Entry and porch|
|Layout / number of cylinders||10|
|at rpm||4,250 1/min|
|Max. torque (lb.-ft.)||425|
|at rpm||3,450 1/min|
|Capacity||Two tanks totaling 90 gallons (40 gallon standard plus 50 gallon optional)|
|Type||Electronic 4-speed automatic|
|Axle||3.10:1 ratio limited slip|
|Exterior Length||32 feet|
|Exterior Width||96 inches|
|Interior Width||6 feet, 5 inches|
|Exterior Height||10 feet, 6 inches|
|GAWR||Front ... 5,000 pounds
Rear ... 6,250 pounds
Tag ... 7,000 pounds
|Body Style:||Class C|
|Engine:||6.8L V10 Triton|
|MPG:||6 City MPG / 8 Hwy MPG|
This Revcon is registered with the California DMV as a 2000 Ford F-350 Pickup Truck. However, this was one of the last TrailBlazers to be built as has since been owned by the family of a past employee. If this TrailBlazer had been properly registered it would have been listed as either a 2003 or 2004 vehicle year, not a 2000 as that was the year the truck chassis was built by Ford.
I am in no hurry to sell this vehicle and that is why I am only taking offers at this time. There were very few of these produced over the years and are very hard to find on the market. These are sought after by a number of outdoor enthusiasts.
Since it was originally owner by a former employee, the vehicle will come with a variety of marketing materials and production photos. Also included is the owner's manual (PDF). The vehicle had a new AAA engine battery installed on November 17, 2014 which AAA warranties for 3 years.
Own a piece of automotive history!