Comfortable conversion van with a medium roof. Inside height 5'7''. Two solar panels power the Jackery Explorer 1000 battery. Cooler-shaped refrigerator. Five-gallon water tank for the sink. Wood floors, sturdy wood cabinets with magnetic locks. New console from Car Toys with backup camera, phone hookup, uses map apps on your phone. New windshield. Swivel passenger seat. A brand new 54" x 72" custom-made luxury gel foam mattress with organic cotton removable cover. Layer #1: 2" gel, Layer #2: 3.5 Foam. Made by www.mattressinsider.com. Large cargo area under the bed, Carrier rack on the top of the van with water tank for the outside shower. Screen/netting for windows, sliding, and rear doors. Well Maintained. No problems. Just normal wear and tear. I have possession of the title. Only taken on one trip. Mechanics tell me I have a beautiful machine. Why am I selling my dream van? They say new widows shouldn't make any major decisions for at least one year. I purchased it in September 2021, exactly one month after burying my husband. Several years ago I had a 1989 passenger van I used for camping with RVing Women, as well as trips to visit family. I loved it but longed for one I could stand up in and maybe have a refrigerator. This fridge works great. So I took a trip to CA in October 2021 to visit family. That was my only excursion. Had surgery in November 2021 so the van just sat in the driveway all winter. I do take it for a drive every couple of weeks to keep the battery charged and fluids moving. Anyway, now that a few months have passed, I realize I no longer have the energy or interest to camp. I love the van, but the timing is wrong for me, and I'm pushing 80 years old. At least I had the opportunity of achieving a long-held dream.
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