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2014 Ram Promaster 1500 Camper Van 2 Seater 136” Wheel Base Hi Top roof (6’ tall inside height with ceiling and floor install) 3.6L V6 engine (with 162,*** miles as of 5/9/2021 (not driven much lately) Gets an average of 17mpg on the highway -New plugs, wires and ignition coils installed at approx 142,000 miles -Tires have about 60-70% tread remaining -New Brakes installed 5/2/21 -New struts installed 5/2/21 -New Sway bar installed 5/2/21 All scheduled maintenance done, mechanically sound All marker lights, brake/tail lights and license plate lights have been upgraded to LED to increase longevity (this also pulls less power from the battery, a side effect of this is that it also triggers warning lights that think that those lights are out) Camper build out features: Locally sourced wood used for build Beetle kill pine purchased from Morgan timber mill in Fort Collins Sequoyah timber countertop purchased from individual in Bellingham WA American Ash table purchased from individual from Nebraska Copper accents Copper piping for shower,routing wire for rear interior light and also used for computer monitor mount Tons of storage above under the bed Medium Density foam mattress Unique shower/mudroom floor uses pennies Electrical 2x USB outlet 1x 12v outlet for refrigerator (Alpicool 50L fridge) LED interior lighting (3 switches to separate locations, rear entrance, kitchen and bedroom areas) 1000 watt inverter used to power computer monitor 12V 100AH Deep cycle AGM battery with isolator switch 12v Maxxair Fan above bed Plumbing 11 Gallon water storage tank 2gpm auto-shut off pump Plumbed for indoor shower as well as outdoor shower Standard RV style sink Not plumbing but related (Dometic Chemical Toilet) Used solely for emergencies, so very little use Gas 11 LB propane tank located under kitchen counter Coleman stove Camco Wave 6000 BTU convection heater I built this van and lived in it for 2 years (I have an mechanical engineering degree as well as carpentry experience), I spent much of my time on the road perfecting the layout and making changes that made my life easier. The only reason I am selling it is I now have a newborn and this van does not have 3 seats. I am also moving in the direction of building these for a living, that being said, if you like the style of this van and appreciate solid, creative craftsmanship, I can build you a van that meets your specific needs. Come check it out even if you just want to see what I can do for you. Thanks for checking out my van, if you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Willing to do partial trade for a reliable Pickup truck, preferably a Tacoma or Ranger Wes 970-234-5639
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