22006 Dodge Sprinter 2500 camper van conversion $33,500 Mercedes T1N Engine, The Million Mile Engine fuel-efficient turbo diesel 209,500 miles 25 mpg We bought the van as a blank shell from the original owner at 120k miles. It’s been a good adventure van for us, still drives great and has many miles left to go. We built a new camper van so we’re letting this one go. Specs: *140” Wheel Base *400Ah Battery Bank *1,000 Watt Abso Inverter/ Charger (pure sine wave) *Charge w/ shore power (home outlet) *Tri-Star MPPT Solar Charge Controller (TS-MPPT-45) *100W foldable solar panel (can add more as needed) *400W Audio Amp w/ 2 wall speakers *12V Refrigerator *Fan-Tastic 1250 Series vent/ fan *Flojet water pump *Electrical System built by a professional electrician *Pull out deck for lawn chairs or work table *Passenger Seat rotates 180 degrees *Good body/ paint condition (no rust) The propane stove is not set up. You could set up a propane system, hiring someone to do it for you, or use an external camping stove (which allows you to cook inside or outside). 2 Issues w/ the Van - The side sliding door handle doesn't work to open from the inside (lock/ unlock still works). We created a small tool to open the sliding door from the inside that works fine for opening. Sliding door opens like normal from the outside. - The check engine light came on a couple weeks ago then turned off a week later. The light initially came on about 2 years ago. I had a mechanic scan with computer and he couldn't find anything wrong with the van. The van drives great but the check engine light seems to come every so often then it goes away. Message me with any questions you have. Thank you, Wayne FAQ 1. What’s the standing height inside? 71" from floor to ceiling 2. What are the bed dimensions? 64" from side to side of van & 52" from front to back 3. How long is the bed front to back when using the extension? 81" 4. Are there any mechanical problems or other problems with the van? No mechanical issues, van runs and drives great. 5. Have you lived in it full time? No, we only did 3-5 day trips in it, but I think you could live out of it comfortably full time. Only issue with full time is that it doesn't have a toilet or shower. 6. Why are you selling it? Because we only do long weekend trips, we built out a new "micro" camper van that's better for driving/ parking in the city. 7. Have you ever driven in the winter with it? Yes, it drives great in the winter with tire chains. A lot of our trips were ski resorts so we drove it in the winter quite often. Note tire chains aren't included with the van sale. 8. Is there anything you would do differently if you could have it rebuilt? Wouldn't have put in the solar power system. Because the battery bank is fairly large, we never needed to charge it while we were out on the road. Also might of built in a pull out awning on the side sliding door. Keywords: dodge, mercedes, freightliner, sprinter, 2500, hi top, hightop, camper van, conversion, rv, truck, trailer, solar power, camping, outdoors, tent, tiny home, mobile home
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