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Sold - (PRICE DROP) 2019 Ford Transit Campervan

$82,000

Listed 7 months ago
Mokena, Illinois

Seller's Description

(Try adjusting the video quality on the tour video if it has poor resolution) -2019 Ford Transit 350 high roof, extended body •1 owner •73,500 miles •3.5 liter Ecoboost engine with twin turbos •Rear wheel drive •147” wheel base •Heavy duty tow package •Comes with 4 keys •Ford numerical keypad on drivers side door to unlock/lock van •AirLift “Load Lifter 5000” air shocks •Informational pamphlets from components purchased included -Maintenance/Exterior •Oil changes typically every 5000 miles •4 new sets of brake pads and rear rotors replaced at 50,000 miles •Falken Wildpeak AT3W tires with 75% tread left •Windshield replaced December 22, 2021 •New Motorcraft windshield wipers as of March 1st 2022 •JLT 3.0 Catch Can added to protect the turbos from moisture and contaminants •20% tint on rear windows •Very minimal rust beneath van, no rust on body •Minor scratches on body due to adventuring so hard, also a few small dents and scratches, the worst dent being above the top hinge of the rear right door, about the size of the palm of your hand. Paint was chipped off, and repaired with Motorcraft touch up paint. •Black duct tape to seal the end caps of the top tail light. (End caps fall off easily, sadly this is a common Transit issue) •All minor build repairs have been made and the interior has been cleaned and detailed •All stickers can be removed if that is your preference -Insulation •3m Thinsulate SM600L (1.65" thickness) on walls and ceiling, tucked into side and rear doors, and beneath the grey panel above the cab •Minicel (3/8" and 1/4") insulation beneath the flooring and behind the walls at the head and foot of the bed to gain extra sleeping space •EZ-cool insulation was mounted on any exposed metal behind the walls and ceiling, preventing outside temperatures from entering the van. -Electrical • (3) 100Ah 12V LiFePO4 Battle Born batteries. Includes a 10 year manufacturer warranty. •Sterling BB1260 Battery-To-Battery charger draws excess power from the alternator to charge the battery bank. •Inteli-power 60 amp converter charger for converting 110v shore power to 12v for the battery bank. •Victron BMV-700 Battery monitor. Wall mounted to view charge level of battery bank, amperage being drawn, etc. •Samlex PST-2000-12, 2000 watt, pure sine wave inverter. Includes a Samlex RC-300 remote control, also wall mounted. •SmartSolar MPPT 100/30 solar charge controller takes varying levels of electricity generated by the solar panels to safely charge the battery bank at an even rate. •(2) 200W Newpowa solar panels wired in series. •The majority of the build was wired with tinned, marine grade wire, aside from using 2/0 welding lead when connecting the inverter and the batteries. All wiring has properly crimped on heat shrink connectors. •All components are mounted in a vented electrical box above the driver's side rear wheel well. Mounted on the face of the box is a fuse/breaker panel and a main shut off switch. -Interior • The shower pan and all countertop surfaces are made of stainless steel, with the sink welded directly in. They've all been recently re-polished. •Grohe kitchen faucet •Custom made cutting board that fits over the sink •Two burner Dometic drop-in cooktop •Whynter 62 QT dual zone portable fridge/freezer. Both sides can temperature controlled, turning either or both into a fridge or freezer. This is wired directly to the battery bank, but comes with an optional cord to plug into 110v power if you want to use it outside of the van. •All grey water drains to the ground, with the kitchen sink having an option to drain into an under-sink, 5 gallon container •The shower has recently been re-caulked. The walls and ceiling are made of a waterproof FRP board. The showerhead has an on/off switch to conserve water. •Within the shower is a new Camco portable cassette toilet. Just separate the two halves of the toilet and dump the lower black water tank into a dump station, portajohn, etc. •Maxxfan deluxe ceiling mounted fan •8 overhead LED lights, also strip LED lights line the upper corners of the walls •3 12V ports for charging phones. 3 110V outlets for plugging in anything else. •2 seats with slide out dinner tables, storage under the seats. •Big Berkey drinking water filter with bonus flouride filters •Wall mounted Sirocco oscillating fan points in any direction in the van •Foam mattress, cut to size. It is the width of a queen size bed but is cut short lengthwise to fit sideways in the van 5' x 6'-3" •Fire extinguisher included. 1 smoke/CO detector, wall mounted •3/4" of plywood covered with sheet vinyl flooring. •Sliding side window with screen •Custom made window covers made from leftover 3M Thinsulate and EZ-cool insulation -Garage (beneath the bed) •Slide out tray mounts 2 bicycles •25 gallon fresh water tank •Shurflo water pump •Excel propane fueled instant water heater •Propex HS2000 propane furnace with a wall mounted controller •Sealed box containing 2 20lb, barbecue style propane tanks and a regulator. This box is vented through the floor of the van in case of a propane leak. Propane manifold above box with individual shut off valves and a solenoid controlled by a wall mounted switch. •1 smoke/CO detector, ceiling mounted •Electrical component box •Includes a 10.5' telescoping ladder, shore power extension cord, 50' water hose with filter, and leveling blocks I cut from some leftover lumber -My background -I built 99% of this van by myself, with help and insight from my friends and family. I am a journeyman pipefitter by trade, have a 7+ year welding background, and am a jack of all trades in training I'd like to say. I did a lot of research before building this, sourcing van building knowledge from the internet, mainly faroutride.com (check them out, this couple has done a great service to people building their own rigs). I learned a lot from this build and am excited to move on to the next one some day! -I travelled the United States in this van on and off for about 14 months, 5 of which living with another person. It truly feels like home inside and held everything I needed and more. Living like this has made me realize how little you actually need in life and has changed my perspective indefinitely. I hope you'll get as much enjoyment out of this van as I did! Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns! Thanks, Jon.

About

  • make: Ford
  • model: Transit
  • year: 2019
  • fuel: Gasoline
  • odometer: 73,500 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

Jon
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