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The Promaster is first and foremost a cargo van. Great for businesses that need to deliver goods or transport equipment wherever they need to go. I was wondering if anyone is going to be using the Promaster for something other than just lugging around cargo though. It is a big vehicle with a lot of space in the back. There must be some other things that people are planning to do with the Promaster.
 

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I am considering it for a passenger/personal cargo van when they come out with that version.
 

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Speaking about an armored promaster, it would be sweet to see that actually happen. i know there are already armored Sprinters.

 

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An armored Sprinter? What would that be for? Only things I can think of are a secured bank van, or a SWAT vehicle.
 

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So the only other use we can think of for the Promaster is as an armored vehicle to protect money or a SWAT van?

I mean I guess almost anything you use it for is just going to be to transport stuff, but it is a funny two ideas that we came up with...
 

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One application where the ProMaster will shine is as a motorcycle/dirt-bike hauler.

Because of its low floor, it will have an advantage in loading anything with wheels using a ramp.

It would be even more advantageous with a rear air-suspension with a "squat" feature (hint hint, Ram).
 

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One application where the ProMaster will shine is as a motorcycle/dirt-bike hauler.

Because of its low floor, it will have an advantage in loading anything with wheels using a ramp.

It would be even more advantageous with a rear air-suspension with a "squat" feature (hint hint, Ram).

That would be awesome, having a vehicle drop would be for a purpose
and not for show.

This would make a 14" step in height and be very nice for older trades
people (not that we are going to get old).
 

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Definitely a motorhome. The 21' version is a nice size for parking in the driveway, but having something that can be used for boondocking for several days well away from civilization.
 

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One application where the ProMaster will shine is as a motorcycle/dirt-bike hauler.

Because of its low floor, it will have an advantage in loading anything with wheels using a ramp.

It would be even more advantageous with a rear air-suspension with a "squat" feature (hint hint, Ram).
I second that motion!
 
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