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By: On: Thursday September 27 2012

Pleasure-Way Pursuit ExteriorPleasure-Way Industries Ltd. as announced announces the launch of its first B Plus motorhome – the Pleasure-Way Pursuit.

Built on the Ford E-350 dual rear wheel cutaway chassic, Pleasure-Way says its Pursuit B Plus is unique in the market due to many of its special features, but primarily because it is 22 feet long.

Pleasure-Way Pursuit Kitchen“Building a B plus was the next natural progression for us,” says Dean Rumpel CEO of Pleasure-Way, “We received a lot of feedback from customers who love what we do but wished the Class B motorhome was just a little larger. The Pursuit is going to meet the needs of the consumer who doesn’t want to go up to a 24’ motorhome but wants a little more than a traditional Class B.

By: On: Monday July 5 2010

motovan-lg0705Our friends at Off-Road.com have recently begun Project Motovan, which aims to turn a 2000 Ford E-350 into an off-road dirtbike hauler with many of the creature comforts of home.

Basically, the owner/writer wants the van to be able to be able to handle a little off-road duty so it can get to a remote camping spot and act as home base for a weekend of off-road fun.

The E-350 comes equipped with a powerful 7.3 liter turbo diesel engine and factory ordered Quigley 4×4 conversion.

Click here to read Part 1 of Project Motovan. We’ll keep you updated as the project continues.




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