We are selling our Van/Trailer combo since we are no longer living on the road. Lived about 2 years in this traveling throughout the US. To be transparent this build has major flaws, so I've priced it according to the value of the vehicle & parts/components, not including materials or labor. This is a great candidate for a re-build as all your needed parts and components are included or for someone that is okay with a bit of a janky build. We definitely rushed this due to trying to move into it before our lease was up, so while everything but the shower works, the fit and finish are not great by any means. Let me know if you have any questions or would like to make an offer. The trailer is included for free, the van can be purchased without trailer included if desired. VIN: 1FTYR3XM8KKB24737 (it says it's AWD, however, I've checked multiple times and it is not to be clear) Open to partial trades for a Subaru Crosstrek The only thing those images don't take into account are the nice new meaty all-terrain tires we recently got for it. Here are the details... Van: Exterior - 2019 Ford Transit 250 EL HT 28k miles - 2.5in lift - Falken all-terrain tires - Awning - 325 Watt solar panel - 125 watt solar panel - AC/Heater - 2 skylights - Front hitch/bike rack - Secondary brights (floodlights wired into the brights toggle switch) - Bracket for attaching a hangboard (rock climbing training) - Wireless ring exterior cameras (x2) - Running boards - Windows (large sliding door window and two small rear windows) Interior - Passenger swivel seat - Memory foam mattress/collapsable bed - Induction cooktop - Oven - Sink - Shower (currently not fully functional, water won't drain anymore, has to be pumped out) - Thetford cassette toilet - 1 30 gal fresh water tank - 1 30 gal grey water tank - Bosch Electric Mini-Tank Water Heater Tronic 3000 T 7-Gallon (ES8) - Mofi 4G LTE hotspot & long-range antennas & POE extender (data plan not included) - 6 battle born Li batteries - Victron Energy MultiPlus 3000VA 12-Volt Pure Sine Wave Inverter and 120 amp Battery Charger - Victron Energy SmartSolar MPPT Tr VE. Can 150V 100 amp 12/24/36/48-Volt Solar Charge Controller (Bluetooth) - Victron BMV-712 Battery Monitor - Victron Energy DMC000200010R Digital Multi Control 200/200A GX - Ring door sensors and home security system, smoke detector, freezer water detector, panic button - Battery-powered lighting (rechargeable batteries included) - Bug screen for entry Trailer: Exterior - Roof rack - Yakima Skybox - Awning - x2 125 watt solar panels - Side storage - Front storage - Secondary 30 gal water tank - Mount for exterior ring camera Interior - Full-size fridge/freezer - Microwave - Washer/dryer combo - Battery-powered lighting (rechargeable batteries included) - Bug screen for entry The main flaws I would complain about are listed below and have images included in this listing to show... (I want to be as transparent as possible and would be happy to video chat over the phone to provide a virtual walk through) - Shower (As mentioned in the listing the shower is the only thing that just plain doesn't work, and it's due to the fact it's too far from the drain pump so it doesn't drain properly and because the drain fitting started to leak so we tried to feed a pipe inside of it which is a bit smaller. I have a workaround to drain it and shower in there, but it uses so much water to shower too and is a hassle to set up, so we almost never shower, just use that area for the toilet/laundry.) - Bed (While the bed works fine and saves a good bit of space by folding up, it can be a bit tough to do manually, I did install a winch to fold it, but that takes a bit of time to connect and everything) - Plumbing (The plumbing all works, but it's kind of a mess, not the most efficient way of going about things and it's taking up much more space than it should) - Baskets (We chose to use baskets because the framework that I built for everything else was quite heavy, so they were a light solution, that being said, they swing around a bit on bumpy roads and can be a little annoying to hear) - Layout (Due to the pantry and shower sticking out a bit and the bed not being able to convert into a sitting/dining space, there is not a crazy amount of space in the living area, it can feel a bit tight with 2 people) - Washer/Dryer (The machine is in good condition and works fine, but under high water pressure, it can have issues leaking, and might need some new pipe fittings. We elected to just use it to dry things and didn't mess with it.) - Scuffs/Scratches/Small dents (There are a variety of small scuffs and scratches on the exterior of the van/trailer, some from when I purchased it, and some that occurred while living in it, I've touched some up, but they are not perfect by any means)
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