This is a 2005 Sprinter, sold by Dodge, with Mercedes parts. There was a brief period of time where Dodge sold Mercedes vehicles under their name. I am the second owner and have owned the van since 2015. That is when I converted it to be my camper van. Here is a link to a video I made during the build. https://youtu.be/xaoS8_iSm8k This van has made trips to Alaska and all across the continental US. I have thoroughly enjoyed the adventures that have been had and still think these vans are the best way to go for comfort and fuel efficiency. The negatives: Sadly, this engine has been diagnosed as a failing engine and will need replacement or repair. Currently the vehicle passes California Smog and the certificate is good until June 2022. I would keep the van and invest the cost of a new engine but I no longer live in California and my lifestyle does not allow me to use it as much as I would like. I’d like to see it back on the road, enriching someone else’s life. The positives: No DEF fluid, this is the diesel exhaust fluid additive that was made standard on any diesel vehicles, in the US, built after 2010 and from 2007 Sprinter models and beyond. The advantage to not having this system is not having to add this extra fluid, keep it supplied on the van, or be stranded if DEF is unavailable near by. Perfect for vans traveling outside the US. Average 21.4 MPG. Self contained. When camping at some campgrounds that it is necessary to be self contained, or in wal-mart or rest area parking lots, this gives you the advantage to camping anywhere and never needing to exit the vehicle the entire time. Pull up in bad weather, just stay inside. Tires with less than 2000 miles on them. Received regular maintenance and repairs, with records to show. Camper appliances and accessories: two bowl sink 12 gallons fresh water capacity (2 removable 6 Gallon containers for easy fill up without having to move the van) 5 gallon gray water holding tank (removable for easy empty) self contained chemical toilet (removable for clean and easy empty) bathroom exhaust fan 75 watt solar panel 2x 6v AGM deep cycle batteries 3,000 watt inverter 3-way Dometic fridge and freezer 3 burner stove top with oven 20lb propane tank runs stove/oven and fridge (regulator is located underneath the floor, outside) LP/carbon monoxide detector ceiling exhaust fan in main cabin area one crank open window for rainy days and one slider window, as well as sliding door and rear windows solar charge controller displayed to keep an eye on numbers two usb and one 12v car outlet in cabin 2 110v outlets overhead LED lights outside LED light strip couch converts into bed passenger chair swivels tons of kitchen storage, drawers, cubbies, overhead bins, shoe rack, extra floor insert screens that fit in front windows for more fresh air while camping. I also have almost every appliance manual.
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