Just dropped the price from $64,000! Up for sale my 2005 T1N Dodge/Mercedes Sprinter Van. The engine is new (last summer) with only 26,000 miles on it. The rest of the van has 165,000. All work was performed by Linden Engineering in Golden CO. It is a OEM 2.7L inline 5 cylinder turbo diesel Mercedes engine remanufactured by Jasper and is known to be one of the best and most reliable engines ever made by Mercedes. The transmission was rebuilt as well. This costs me well over $20,000. All service records available upon request. I get 19-21 miles to the gallon with it fully loaded. Van features: -fully insulated -cedar plank interior ceiling and walls with Ash countertops and alder trim -espar forced air diesel heater -350 watts solar -300 amp/hr agm battery capacity -victron smart battery charger and solar charge controller -1100 watt a/c inverter -dometic slide out refrigerator -various usb charging stations -12 volt ski boot dryer -built in vacuum -maxair fan with remote and 10 speeds -dimmable led lighting (2switches) -garage led lighting (x4) -garage fits 2 mtn bikes or 6 pairs of skis. Or a combo of this. Garage also includes extra storage and fully built in tool cases (included!) -2 burner propane stove -10 gallon fresh water (no grey or black water) -under mount stainless sink with extending faucet -3 filter + UV filter recirculating shower with endless hot water (ask for more info!) -bed easily extends to make a 6’10” long 4’3” wide memory foam sleeping area (all without having bump outs!) This is my favorite feature and is SO easy :) -composting toilet (this stays in place when showering so no need to move things around) the door closes to give privacy. The fan continuously pulls so there is no smell -large closet for hanging clothes -lots of storage -4 drawers -swing (that’s right, a swing) Everything in the van was built by myself. I have built several vans in the past and have worked in carpentry and done general diy projects for years. I am selling this ONLY because I am strapped for $$ after buying a house. It is a beautiful van that I will be sad to see go. I have lived in it off and on for 2 years and found it to be incredibly comfortable even at -15 degrees! It runs and starts beautifully at 12,000 feet and in negative temperatures. The van was designed for winter use and the plumbing is heated and easy to access to prevent freezing pipes. Clean title Please reach out with further questions -Chase
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