This van conversion was a fun build with a theme that is light and airy as you can see in the photos. We’ve lived in the van for 1 year now and enjoyed every second of it. The reason for selling our van is simply to build another one. Once you build one you kind of get an itch to build another and another. This van has been in California and enjoyed all the fun areas in San Diego/LA and many fun trips to Home Depot/Lowe's in the build process. The van maintenance has all been done through Sprinter Pit Shop in San Diego. The owner Tim and his team have been awesome with all the help and servicing work they’ve done on the van. I bought the van from them and converted it from a FedEx van to a full-time living camper van and lots of work went into building the van and making sure it runs perfectly. This sprinter is one of the best years for mechanics since it is all mechanical and if you’re a DIY Person or know a lot about cars, you’ll definitely feel comfortable knowing this van is easy to work on with inexpensive parts/ replacements. The Van: 2005 Dodge Sprinter 2500 158wb Turbo Diesel (Mileage 200,000) This is the equivalent length and space to the newer sprinter 170wb Back up camera Vintage roller windows Automatic High Roof Vantech Roof Rack Power steering Diesel which has good mpg for a van and will last long over 500,000 miles AC and Heater work perfectly New battery All maintenance is done at Sprinter Pit Shop San Diego The Conversion: -400 Renogy Deep cycle batteries -400watts Renogy Solar Premium 40a edition -4 gal water heater -3000watt Renogy inverter/charger -150amp isolator/alternator -2 Fantastic Fans that intake and outtake air -Dometic CFX75DZW 12v Dual Zone Fridge and Freezer Full size wardrobe -Stand up converting shower -25 gal shower fresh water tank -10 gal fresh water sink tank -Butcher Block countertop -Sink with nozzle and pause button -Desk/vanity area with mirror -Propane Foldable cooktop -Dinette seating area -Queen/King size bed Electrical power- You’ll never run out of power There are three ways to charge 1. Solar power 2. Driving the vehicle charges the house batteries through the alternator 3. Plugs into a regular house outlet or at a campsite All work done with birch plywood/select pine/poplar/shiplap/Marquees Bear premium interior paint/vinyl plank flooring Insulation reflectix vapor barrier/Foam insulation board/Wool Please head to my website for an application form for serious inquiries only, I will only be responding to my website forms. I don’t offer financing, you will have to do that yourself. Website: https://www.anthonybuckley.net/van-life
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