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Sold - 2013 Nissan NV2500 High Roof DIY Camper Van

$21,500

Listed 10 months ago
Indianapolis, Indiana

Seller's Description

Please note we have more photos and can do a video tour if needed! Please forgive the quality of some of the photos as it is cold and wintry here! The first few pictures is what it looked like when we lived in it and the other pictures are with our stuff out. Included with the van (along with the built out van): -Blue yeti power system BLUETTI Portable Power Station EB70S 800W (Peak 1400W) Solar Generator 716Wh Backup LiFePo4 Battery Pack with 4 110V AC Outlets -Solar panel, installed Renogy Flexible Solar Panel 175 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Semi-Flexible Bendable Mono -Refrigerator/Freezer F40C4TMP Portable Refrigerator 20 Quart 12 Volt Freezer (-7.6℉~50℉) Car Fridge With Compressor 110-240V AC -Coleman camp stove two-burner Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Classic Propane Stove, 2 Burner, 4.1 x 21.9 x 13.7 Inches -1 lb propane canisters (at least 2 or more) -Max Air fan, installed Maxxair 00-05100K MaxxFan Ventilation Fan with White Lid and Manual Opening Keypad Control -Bug netting, magnetic (installed) Dooreasy Optional Sizes Magnetic Screen Net Screen Door for Patio/Garage/All Uses, Full Frame Loop Sewn, Add-On Magnets and Weight Bars, Quick Close -Small Mr Buddy heater -5 gallon freshwater tank -5 gallon gray water tank -Rechargeable magnetic lights (2) -Full size 14" memory foam mattress -Shower tent LUVNFUN Privacy Shower Tent Pop Up Changing Tent Camping Shower Toilet Tent Portable Shelters Room 6.2 FT Tall -Shower hose with pump and collapsible bucket KEDSUM Portable Camping Shower, Camp Shower Pump, Rechargeable Portable Shower, (+ Sprayer & Collapsible Bucket) Portable Outdoor Shower Head for Camping -Reflectix window covers (for windshield and side driver and passenger windows) -Foldable stool (fits perfectly with the drop down table) Counter-Height Bar Stool – Heavy-Duty 24-Inch Backless Folding Chair with 300 LBS Capacity for Kitchen or Rec Room by Trademark Home Collection (Pink) -XXXL/ Window Sun Shades for Trucks - Slip-On Truck Window Shade Socks for Side Windows. Universal Fit 2-Pack -Toilet bucket Reliance Products Hassock Portable Lightweight Self-Contained Toilet, gray, 14.7 inch x 14.7 inch x 14.0 inch A few things to know about the van: -The air conditioning doesn't work, we think it needs air conditioning fluid but we never did anything about it because we never needed it. -It also needs windshield wiper fluid.. Which we are hoping to be able to fill before it gets bought but it's been so darn cold! -There is a rust spot on the back of the van which we have the repair kit for.... once it stops being so cold! -The front bumper is slightly dented, we bought it that way. None of these things affect the way that it runs. -The ceiling needs finished. There are a few more wooden slats that need to be installed however we travel this way in 2021. It does not affect the van overall! Also she has a brand new: - (2020) battery - (2021) brand new ball bearings -(2020) brand new catalytic converter We took her to the shop in Oct. 2021 and everything else is in good condition! It is a few thousand miles out from needing an oil change though. The STORY This is not your average Do It Yourself campervan as each piece in this van has a story. When building this van, we used as much as possible from items we already had working to create less waste in the world. Starting with the base, the van itself. We bought this van in 2019 with the intention of building it out and traveling in it. We did just that! It took us about a year to get the van bare-boned and build it into a beautiful campervan. Insulation: We used 1” foam board in the walls and ceiling with foam sealant on the floor and openings where needed foam board couldn’t fit. The doors are not insulated. Floors: The floor are ¾” wood boards that have been sprayed with mold prevention spray and painted gray and white. They have been facened to with self tapping screws and glue (they are not going anywhere). Kitchen has a 10” deep sink (perfect for washing dishes) with a plug, strainer, & plug, as well as a faucet with a movable neck. The back of the counter has a wooden strip to help hold your kitchen/bathroom items in place (no need to put away to drive). The plumbing is a simple foot pump with a 5 gallon fresh water and 5 gallon gray water tank; both tanks are clear so you can easily see when gray water needs dumped and fresh water needs filled. There is also room to store items under the sink area. On the other side (next to the sink area) there are three large pull out bins for even more storage (we stored our food & dishes here). The countertop area is plenty big for your kitchen prep and is the perfect size for the Coleman stove that fits on top for your cooking needs. The kitchen cabinet doors do lock with a magnetic key. Above the kitchen area is even more storage. This includes several metal storage tray bins, one plastic one. These are great for holding toiletries, spices and other items used daily. Above that is a large wooden shelf with bars to hold items stored. This is a great area to store food, plants, and anything else needed. On the other side there is more storage with a five plastic drawer dresser. The dresser is surrounded with a wooden shell that gives more countertop area and a shelf that was made to fit the Coleman stove when not in use. This wooden shell also includes a fold up/down table that is perfect when more counter space is needed or for a desk to sit and work at (fold away stool included). On the back of the wooden shell there are hooks that are great for hanging towels, bags, or whatever else seen fit. The bed has a full size 14” tall foam mattress that is squeezed in. Being 5’10” we were able to sleep in the space very comfortably (two people). Under the bed area there is so much storage. This included 8 12x12’ storage squares where bins can fit, one of which is a cabinet with a locking door. There is also room down the middle for more storage (we kept our toilet, large storage bin and laundry basket there). There is also storage space at the head and foot of the bed (underneath) where we kept our “garage” type items including our folding chairs, walking sticks, firewood, etc. Above the bed, on one side, there are more shelves for storage. These have a lip to help keep storage baskets up on the shelves. Under the shelves are two hanging hammock type storage nets. On the back doors are even more storage. There are two large plastic bins that can be used for shoe storage, gear, games, etc. The plastic bins also have a lipped shelf which we used as a bedside table top for tissues, water bottle, and our glasses while we slept. The back door also has a small bin which we used to store our shower and shower wooden mat. Please reach out with questions!

About

  • make: Nissan
  • model: N V 2500
  • year: 2013
  • fuel: Gasoline
  • odometer: 139,000 miles
  • sleeps: 2
  • seats: 2
  • type: Camper Van
  • roof: Hi Top

Video Tour

Amenities

  • ac_unit
    Ac
  • health_and_safety
    Airbags
  • Solar
  • electrical_services
    Inverter
  • Heater
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Backup Camera
  • shower
    Shower
  • Extra Storage
  • Toilet
  • accessible_forward
    Wheelchair Accessible
  • 4wd
  • electric_rickshaw
    Generator
  • Tow Hitch
  • tv
    Tv
  • Water Tank
  • Leveling Jacks
  • pedal_bike
    Bike Rack

Kitchen

  • kitchen
    Fridge
  • Stove
  • Sink
  • dining
    Table
  • microwave
    Microwave
  • Oven

About The Seller

Beebs &
event Joined February 2022
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