This is a great van and a place to make and keep memories over your ownership with her! We have upgraded all power and you can live off the grid for several days or weeks depending on the sun! You have enough storage and Panels to power a fridge, microwave, lights and virtually anything else you might need or want. It is spacious and comfortable including sleeping in it is a dream! Build: 2000 5.3l Triton V8 Econoline E350- This is an incredibly reliable drivetrain, known to regularly do 350k+ without major overhaul. Currently she has 174xxx on the clock. Clean bill of health before we purchased, but we rebuilt the front end anyway using MOOG steering linkage in 2019 Replaced all shocks with Bilstein Off-Road While we had the shocks off, we decided to "level" it using Moog CC880 coils. Looks badass and increased ground clearance Cooper Discoverer AT Tires - Mud and Snow Rated CarPlay Touch Screen Stereo with upgraded door speakers provide the ultimate roadtrip podcast HQ Pssenger Seat - Captain's Chair Kit Polyosio R-22 insulation in walls and ceiling. We've camped in her a few times in the low teens with no issues. Noise cancelling and insulative underlayerment beneath flooring Roof Fan LED Scene Lighting, both interior and Exterior Off-Road LED Lightbar on front Surfboard Rack <2 year old awning that measures 8x10 Power 2x100 watt renogy Solar Panels offers a lot of power. 1 200Ah Gel Battery offer a high capacity of storage for all power needs. Car battery isolator charges the storage battery while driving but will not drain the battery Camper is wired for power using a Goal Zero Yeti as the powerplant. Custom Bed Cushions - Might be more comfortable than our bed at home. Worth every penny. Convertible Bed/Couch - Has transported 7 people and 5 MTB's in the couch configuration. Boat Loads of Storage Tinted front windows, lifetime warranty There's more to tell, but that list should be enough to wet your whistle. Check out the photos if you need more motivation. The Challenges: She had some rust spots on the roof. We treated them and sealed them, but worth mentioning. and we've never had any leaking issues while out on the trail. Some flaking paint and little scrapes and dents around the exterior. It's a camper van not a Bentley, get over it. Extra Parts: We did not get to all we wanted to do and have parts to install a sink including a water pump, Jerry Cans, and a sink which is included.
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