Overview If you are looking for a van that doesn’t hesitate in freezing high alpine environments, a van that didn’t waste a single inch of storage space, or a van that is completely off grid using only one fuel source, take a moment to learn a little about our van. To help you with your purchasing decision we have included 360 Photos, Documents, a 10 Min Long Introduction to the Van, and a 1 hour and 10 minute overview of every aspect of the van’s operation. https://photos.app.goo.gl/J81fzf5kjh3vsKj29 https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/149rMvG0LNoVig9myHfXCYlO78VrVzfVH?usp=sharing https://youtu.be/VKulFUzW--E https://youtu.be/4C1y_-m5g2I My name is Jon, I am 5’10” tall and this van has been perfect for me and my wife. If you would like to purchase our van, please reach out to us and we would be happy to provide you with any information you need. We just moved from Silverthorne, Colorado at 9,000ft to Charlotte, North Carolina at 750’ and we are too busy with our new jobs to Adventure the way that we used to. If you are not in the Charlotte area we can work with you, and we can deliver the van anywhere in the country. It is an adventure van after all! Key Points 2019 Conversion Build, 2014 Promaster 2500 Front Wheel Drive Chasis (Currant Milage = 119,821 miles), New Mopar Engine (Current Milage = 7,122 miles), 159” Wheel Base, 4 Inch Lift Installed by Off Highway Vans, Larger Tires, 2 Gallon Air Compressor, Air Connections Front and Rear, Recovery Equipment, Professionally Applied Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation, Webasto Evo 55 Heater, 700 Watts of Solar, 400 ah Lithium Ion Battery, 3000 Watt RMS 6000 Watt Peak Inverter, Power Diverter to Jump Start Engine, Hidden Shore Power Connection Under Front License Plate, Cell Phone Booster, Exterior Surround Lighting, 40 Gallon Drinking Water Tank, 10 Gallon Gray Water Tank, Water Heater, Shower Attachment, Refrigerator and Freezer, 2 Burner Electric Range, Dishes and Cooking Utensils, Natures Head Composting Toilet, Swivel Chairs, Queen Sized Bed, Significant Amount of Storage, Standing Height 6’1”, Sleeping Length 6’2” 4 Season Van This van can operate well in both warm and cold climates. If you are planning on using your adventure van in a cold climate, this is the van for you! The van was professionally spray foam insulated with closed cell foam from floor to ceiling making the van energy efficient so you can stay warm no matter the weather outside. The van is heated with a gasoline powered Webasto Evo 55 heater that cranks out the heat and all the critical systems are inside the heated van meaning that nothing will freeze in the winter. During the summer the two MaxxAir fans will circulate air through the van meaning that you can spend time in the van without overheating. The ventilation system has worked well during multiple trips to the Moab Desert during peak summer and allowed us to rest in the van during the middle of the day and leave our dogs in the van while we went out for dinner at night. Fuels Some vans use two or more fuel sources which makes refueling and storage a challenge. Fuels such as diesel and propane are less readily available compared to gasoline and diesel fuel can gel in cold weather which could leave the owner stranded. This van uses one fuel source which is gasoline. Gasoline is used by the engine and the standalone Webasto Evo 55 heater. Both the Engine and the Webasto heater can be operated independently, but they both take fuel from the same gas tank which makes refueling easy. Off-Grid Van This van was created with the vison of prolonged off grid trips in mind. This van has 700 watts of solar and a 400 amp hour battery which means that the van can be off grid indefinitely. The solar and battery array was designed to support the daily use of devices recharging, overhead lights, refrigerator, freezer, cooking 3x per-day, water pump, water heater, power inverter, dash cam, ventilation fans, and a cell phone booster. If there is cloudy weather the battery will recharge when the van is running or if the van is plugged into shore power. The battery can also be used to jump start the van’s main battery if the battery were to die in the middle of nowhere. Water The van has a 40-gallon fresh water tank and a 10-gallon gray water bladder. All plumbing is located inside the heated van which means that nothing will freeze in the winter. Water is the greatest limiting factor to being off grid for longer than 20 days, but if water were filtered from a near by water source, then food would be the next limiting factor. Water can be accessed at the sink or at the shower port at the rear of the van. We have used water for washing dishes, showering, cleaning off bikes, and getting the dogs wet before a long hot hike. There is a water heater that can make showers steamy hot. Chassis 2014 Promaster 2500 Van with a 4 inch lift, larger tires, exterior surround lighting, and 24/7 dashcam recording both the front and rear of the vehicle. The engine was replaced after a misdiagnosis of a clogged catalytic converter. There was no reason to replace the engine, but now the van has a new engine and new catalytic converters as of late 2019. The chassis has 119,821 miles and the new Mopar engine has 7,122 miles. Conversion The van was purchased in April of 2019 and the conversion was completed a few months later. The van has been fully converted for just over two years. Some of the key components include: 400ah Lithionics Battery, 7 Renogy 100w Solar Panels, Vertamax 3000 Watt Inverter, WeBoost 4G-X RV Cell Phone Booster, Dometic CFX-75 Refrigerator, 2 MaxxAirr Maxx Fan Deluxe Fans, ¼ Duty Air Compressor with a 2 Gallon Storage Tank, RedArc Manager 30 Power Management System, Webasto Air Top Evo 55 Heater, Whale 12v Water Heater, Natures Head Composting Toilet, 2 Burner Kenyon Cook Top, Swivel Seat Adaptors, Lagun RV Table, Queen Sized Mattress, 48” Hi-Lift Jack XT with Off Road Kit, Maxtrax MKII Vehicle Recovery Device, Blackvue DR750s IR Infrared Dual Channel Dash Cam, Dyson Vaccuum, Kitchen Utensils and Pans.
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