Well maintained sprinter, fully livable! We've traveled many miles in this and it has served as a cozy mobile office, mobile workshop and surf mobile. Title in hand, full mechanical record in spreadsheet for future buyer. Feel free to call for a chat, I've done all the work myself so happy to talk details! Amenities: 12v/24v system powered by 5.3 kWh Tesla battery (equivalent to more than 4 100 amp hour lithium batteries) Full Victron bluetooth for controlling charging and battery 270 watt solar panel Dimmable LED lights Diesel heater Custom stereo with bluetooth Vent fan Custom cedar surf board rack on roof - can accommodate 4 boards beneath the solar panel (even a longboard!) Bike drawer for 2 bikes 17 gallon freshwater tank that supplies a kitchen sink, a side door water spigot, and a hot water shower in the back Portable/removable grey water tank Toilet on a slide drawer Pull out desk with computer monitor attachment 1500 watt continuous PSW inverter - enough power to run a coffee maker or circular saw Whynter dual zone fridge and freezer 62 qt Portable stove Removable screen for side door Closet and drawer space Trailer hitch Full finished cedar planking on the interior overtop full insulation, as well as a mix of sound dampener and AC duct foam on all interior metal surfaces (i.e., full condensation barrier) Heart pine counter top Purple heartwood trim Goodie bag of all kinds of fun stuff that we found useful over the years, including dehumidifier, hardware, 12v wiring stuff, etc. The last thing on my list that I haven't gotten to is a micro AC, which *IS NOT* purchased or installed, but the battery is big enough to power some of the new ones on the market no problem Mechanical: Very well maintained, clean injectors, good compression (recently checked by mechanic). Full mechanical records in a spreadsheet, but here are some highlights: • Dr. A's RSN fix on the transmission (google it if unfamiliar with this common sprinter problem) - transmission is smooth as butter • All fluids regularly changed including oil (214k), transmission (215k), coolant (215k) differential (172k, still looks new), brake (170k, due for new fluid) • New battery, new turbo about 10k ago, new oil cooler • Tires (nice michelen defenders) have plenty of tread left, two from 183k, two from 190k • Crankshaft pulley, tensioner, belt, water pump (196k) • Brakes – I went to change at around 205k (bought new pads) but existing pads still had plenty of life, so new pads will be included for when needed • Bodywork is not perfect, but is fully functional. I have repainted the hood and the side roof above the dripline which were starting to rust. All roof seams were well-sealed with dicor when we got the van and although a little dirty, seams still look good. There are a couple of minor miscellaneous scratches but nothing crazy. Being an older vehicle, there are a couple items to note – the abs module went bad right around the time we purchased the vehicle. Basically this means the van does not have functioning abs, but with its weight and my driving style (slow), this has never been a problem. If you do want it fixed, the local shop here quoted me just shy of $1000 to replace the faulty module. The rear main seal does have a slow leak to it (oil), however emphasis on slow – definitely not enough to register on the dipstic throughout an oil change interval. Also, in talking to my local sprinter/Mercedes mechanic, he said its very common on Mercedes in general, does not pose a concern and recommended against fixing it.
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