Adventure on Tap


This is Rambo, our home on the road. He was an ambulance in his previous life and has now been converted into a bad-ass adventuremobile!  Months and months of researching, planning, debating, building, testing, making mistakes and cursing went into making the vision a reality.

Here are the details:

2004 Ford E350 EXT Ambulance Conversion
Quigley 4×4 conversion
6.0 power stroke diesel

Upgrades from UJOINT Off Road
Sinister EGR delete kit
Blue fuel spring upgrade
Custom econo tune from DP tuner
Scan gauge II
Auto meter EGT gauge

2 x 100 W Renogy solar panels
30 AMP charge controller
2 deep cycle house batteries
1500 W sine wave inverter

30 inch LED light bar
Interior LED lights

Ipad mini 4G with RAM mount
SPOT messenger GEN2
Bad Boy Extreme + unleashed internet system

Custom rear bumper with dual swing outs
Custom load bars on roof
BFG All Terrain T/A 285/70/17
ARB 2500 awning
Star craft awning window 15 x 30”

Walls and ceiling insulated with Reflectix and one inch foil back batt insulation
Vinyl flooring
Ceiling and headliner reupholstered with vinyl
Custom bed frame/storage compartment accommodates four 100L storage bins and holds a double mattress
Custom cabinet accommodates an ARB 12 V/120 V fridge/freezer, portable toilet, bar sink, 11 gallon fresh water tank and grey water tank and whale water foot pump
Custom made kitchen box attached to side barn door stores all kitchen essentials and used as a platform for propane stove/BBQ
6 LB aluminum propane tank
5 lb steel propane tank

The day before we left!  All loaded up and ready to roll.

The day before we left! All loaded up and ready to roll.


Front View

Front View


Rear View

Rear View

Camp mode at Paul Bunyan campground in Maine

Camp mode at Paul Bunyan campground in Maine

3 thoughts on “Rambo

  1. Matt Murley

    I don’t know if you’ve ever seen or heard of an OLN show called Departures, but Rambo reminded me of its series finale…

    To take on the Australian outback, the hosts purchase a Land Cruiser, paint it like a phoenix, keep it running through thick and thin, develop a relationship with “her”, and pass it along to another traveller when they leave the country. Really cool to watch.

    I encourage you guys (and anyone else) to watch the whole show, but to especially check out the final episode.

    Please find me on Twitter if you do decide to check it out. Would love to hear what you think :-)

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