About the Van Converted Ford 2005 E-250. V8 with plenty of power. It is well maintained with a history of maintenance receipts. Most recently replaced the engine battery, oil changed, rotated tires, new brake pads, and new shocks. I just had the engine electrical reviewed and spruced up in March 2022. There is a tow kit already installed. You'd need to get your ball attachment to allow you to haul any toys. I've hooked up a few trailers with heavy loads, and the van handled it fine, even through the mountains of Colorado where there were steep inclines. I've traveled across the US and back five times over the last year. Aside from the engine battery snapping (it was over 5 years old), I've had no problems. About the Conversion The van is equipped with traction tires for off-road excursions. With the solar conversion and marine batteries, you'll be able to power devices while up in the mountains or in the woods. I just replaced the internal batteries. They have a 1-Year warranty on them. With proper maintenance, the batteries will last about 5 years (The ones I replaced lasted that long.) The cooler works still but the converter may be going. When I run it for long periods it struggles to keep sub 40 temps. The sink is powered and works well. I recently did a clean cycle of the whole system to prep for sale. There are two 5 gallon water jugs for the system (one for clean water and one for dirty). The carpenter who converted this made sure there was plenty of storage space and a decent full-sized bed. The van sleeps two comfortably. There is still plenty of room to have your skis/boards stored in the vehicle with you. There is an electric-powered fan with a rain sensor. The included remote allows you to customize fan settings. If you are in more humid environments, the sensor can trip even though it is not raining. The remote allows you to turn the rain sensor setting off in those situations. The last owner slightly updated the radio to include a system that allows you to Bluetooth connect your phone. I listened to plenty of audiobooks with it as I traveled the US. What I added to it I used this through the winter and a humid summer back east. So, I bought an electric blanket for the cold nights and added reflective insulation that can be removed when driving. For the hot summer, I purchased two USB-powered ACs. They kept me cool through the nights. I added a power converter upfront and a magnetized phone holder for GPS purposes for driving. What I wished I had Added Due to voltage and amperage limitations, the current inverter didn't allow me to use things like a griddle or hot plate. I was looking into a more powerful inverter, but new life opportunities came up, and the project was left behind. The Good Well maintained and recent work done Fully converted with power and water Plenty of room and storage She drives great with plenty of power The So-So Outside has some imperfections Rusty undercarriage Asking $9,999 for it OBO. NO solicitations for resales or random pickups/trades.
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