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Roadship Ecological RV - Chevy Kodiak CC-4500


Listed 2 years ago
Hollywood, Florida

Seller's Description

Road Ship – Ecological RV - for sale 45000$ Amazing conversion, Box-truck to Eco-friendly RV motorhome. Custom interior design, with Japanese inspiration, a lot of carpentry jobs pop-in, snug as a bug fittings, incredible storage in removable floor and in the back shed. Ergonomic layout and set-up for comfort and Functionality, feel like a mollusc in his shell or a genius in his lamp ! Make a perfect house for 2 persons, are you ready for the Gypsy van-life experience ? We invested on naturals materials in the box: Sprayed cork +/- ¼’’ (on interiors aluminium walls and ceiling) , hemp wool 2” pads, and Cedar wood 5/8’’ planches, + ½’’ cork’s panels on floor + ¾’’ Plywood... Cork, hemp and cedar are naturals fibres that breathes and balance humidity, so you’ll breathe and sleep better... good vibrations, no plastics like all standards RV are made with ! We offer an eco-friendly quality product, peoples under-estimate the importance of a natural fibres environment. While the compounds plastics products are decomposing trough the years in commercial RVs, the occupants are breathing it... In this ecological RV, the naturals fibres cork-hemp-cedar are gonna go trough the decades without decomposing, and doing their job of insulating and balancing humidity, with anti-fungus and anti-mold properties... Good energies for a healtier living environment... a big + I sincerely believe that the truck itself could make 20 years and more, and with a good maintenance you could go to the 1G miles... and the box is probably good for 50 years. All aluminium 2008 Box, lighter and no rust: 20.5’ long X 102’’ wide X 110’’ high. (Exterior dimensions) Heavy-duty 2006 Chevrolet Kodiak (Crew cab) CC-4500, 6.6L Duramax Diesel quality, with manual transmission 6 speeds (rare, it took me a year to find it). Mecanic A1, clean body, have been well maintained, run like a brand new Truck ! All installations have been made by professionnels, with officiels invoices. We had plans for the next 20 years with our motor-home, but our plans has changed. All conceptions and installations are customs, heavy-duty style with long thinking for durability and best living-in. This RV is a dream come true ! Features: - Latest technology electrical entrance of 7000 watts, 12V/120Volts, with bluetooth and wall mounted digital screen control. - 2 solar-panels 330W = 660W - AC transfer-swich 50Amp/120Volts for connexion with grid. - Connected to the truck’s alternator. - 2 lithium batteries = 7000W (top quality and very expensive)... - Anti-rust oil treatment for underneath the truck. - Trailor’s hinch gearing installed. - Alarm system, rear camera, GPS truck’s localisation. - Top quality Webasto diesel-heater 2000W, digital mural thermostat, with metal jerry-can of 20 litres, effective, clean and low-energy consume. - Brand new propane-stove and bottle installed, with propane alarm detector hard wire 12V. - New Fridge. - Counter kitchen low-tech: water = 4 X 20 litres containers, clean and grey water to be manually recharged/discharged. - Dry toilet in bucket, in the podium. - Roof is one peace alluminium sheet 3/16’’, unique in America ! Walk and chill on roof deck, acces by the hatch... Imagine, by the sea... 12 feet in the air on your deck watching the vue... The Truck have been bought in North-Carolina, in april 2020. Quick view on expenses we made to build this motor-home: - Truck Kodiak 2006 purchase: 15000$ - Alluminium 20.6 feet Box: 7000$ - Job Leclair, Box on truck with all others installations in shop, news doors, windows, cut-away cab-box acces, hinch trailor equipments +++: 35000$ - Installation of electrical entrance by prof. company: 15000$ - Heater Webasto: 3000$ - Cork sprayed job: 3000$ - Hemp wool job: 1000$ - Alarm + rear camera + GPS localisation: 1500$ - 6 tires news 2020: 2500$ - All additionnals equipments in the RV, stove, fridge, light, plugs, propane... + all jobs of conceptions and constructions... Cédar wood, hard wood, floors, carpentry, electricity, propane +++ : 15000$ Total approximate expenses : 98 000 $ Serious buyer only please. Contact: Fred Miami South-Florida area


  • make: Chevrolet
  • model: Kodiak CC-4500 Duramax diesel
  • year: 2006
  • fuel: Diesel
  • odometer: 299,000 miles
  • sleeps: 4
  • seats: 2
  • type: Camper Van
  • roof: Hi Top


  • ac_unit
    Air conditioner
  • health_and_safety
  • Solar panels
  • electrical_services
    Power inverter
  • Heater
  • Ceiling fan
  • Backup camera
  • shower
  • Extra storage
  • Toilet
  • accessible_forward
    Wheelchair accessible
  • AWD
  • 4WD
  • electric_rickshaw
  • Tow hitch
  • tv
  • Water tank
  • Leveling jacks
  • pedal_bike
    Bike rack


  • kitchen
  • Stove
  • Sink
  • dining
  • microwave
  • Oven

About the Seller

Federic R
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