Interior Examples Note…
- The examples below are Sprinter interiors
- ProMaster/Transit interiors will use the same furnishings as the Sprinter.
|1 EB Gauchos/Beds||5 Dinettes W|
|2 EB Mid-Dinettes||6 RB Gauchos|
|3 EB Rear Dinettes||7 Bunk/Platform|
|4 EB Couches||8 Captain Seats|
Page 1 Gauchos/Beds/SeatsEB Example • Front Gauchos
The Gaucho is quite comfortable for socializing, napping and a good night’s sleep. The back cushion slants for comfort. It’s also removable for a single bed. Leave it at home. Sportsmobile seats are mounted on steel frames. Three seat belts and two lounge pillows are included. A table is part of Sportsmobile’s Standard Equipment Package.
Gaucho can be any length. This is a shorter version. An extension cushion is available to make the front end 9″ longer. Note: seats are available with or without upholstery buttons.
Gaucho converts to a bed in a minute. The seat cushion slides out on steel roller tracks. The back cushion then drops into place. If gaucho is 18″ wide and cabinets are on the opposite side, there will be leg space for walk space.
“Purchasing a unit of this type long distance can be difficult, and we approached it with a fair amount of caution. The staff and the product are such that no one need fear such sight-unseen purchasing. From start to finish everything was great.” —Jim, Betty and Jason Forre
Even though this Sprinter will sleep three with plenty of storage, it still has an open feeling. The TV (O) will swivel for viewing from the front or rear. The propane system and stove were deleted.
The Captain’s seats include swivels (O). They have a number of comfort adjustments.
A combo bath is in the rear with a bifold door.
The front Gaucho/Bed measures 44″ x 75″. The rear dinette is 37″ x 75″. The lengths of all Sportsmobile beds are specified by the owner.
Note the leg room space between the beds and cabinets.
“I spent considerable time in laying out my plan. The result? I wouldn’t change a thing. It’s serving my travel needs beautifully.” — Jim Bowen DM
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Several months later . . . “I’ve found the van, modified by Sportsmobile, to be a great vehicle to get around the country. I’ve been as far west as the deserts in Southeast California to the North with Indiana, Maine, New York and Pennsylvania to Key West and the South. It’s been a great ride and very convenient. I’m planning a month-long trip to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and then south through Utah.”
The photos above show a shortened Gaucho with an extension cushion. This will make a 67″ long bed by whatever width you want. This extension cushion has folding legs so that it can stow in the base of the Gaucho. All Sportsmobile seats include seat belts.
To make the bed, the Gaucho seat cushion slides out on steel tracks. The back cushion then drops into place. The extension can then be put in place.