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Sold - 2005 Freightliner Sprinter, T1N Diesel, Converted Van, 158"


Listed a year ago
Salt Lake City, Utah

Seller's Description

(02/03/2023) Sale is Pending. Buyer is picking up on 02/18/2023. We are still accepting backup offers, and have limited availability to show the van between now and then. Hi everyone, we are selling our well-maintained diesel 2005 Freightliner T1N Sprinter with a beautiful camper buildout, affectionately named “Little Bo-Peep”. Asking $31,500, cash or certified check; not entertaining trades at this time. Located in Salt Lake City, Utah. More images, and full maintenance logs available on request. This sprinter lived in western North Carolina in its early life, before moving out west to Arizona, Colorado, and now Utah, helping it to be rust-free. It served a couple of years as a delivery van in Arizona. Previous owner in Colorado began the camper van conversion. We finished the conversion and completed all mechanical maintenance. We replaced and repaired parts with the intent to own it for another 10 years and 100,000 miles, but we’ve decided that we want to focus on a bit more overlanding and are moving over to a 4x4 build. The T1N sprinters (’02-’06 in the US) are some of the best Sprinters to ever be made, known affectionately as the million mile sprinters, the owners are near fanatical. Easy to work on and reliable, the T1Ns are both fuel efficient and a work horse, and can tow well, making them perfect for camper van build outs. No cap dance, no black death, rust-free, all major known potential T1N issues have been resolved or prevented. The Basics: • Freightliner branded, Mercedes front logo, Dodge VIN • 158” wheel base, high top, measures out to just over 22’ in total length • Diesel, 2.7L 5 Cylinder • Rear Wheel Drive (2WD) • 257,200 miles • Two-tone Raptor Liner paint job – Tan and Gray (with a light gray Raptor Liner finish on the roof for cooling) • 16” BF Goodrich KO2 all season/off road tires • Cold AC, serviced in 2022 • Two sets of remote keys, plus 1 extra spare key (3 total) • Backup Camera • Auxiliary Horn • Hitch • Roof Rack • Average 22-23mpg on the highway Camper Build: • 4 solar panels ~350 W (3x 100 W Renogy panels, and a 50-60W panel from an old bus build) (all solar was professionally installed) • 200 AH LiFePO4 battery • 3000 W inverter AC to DC • Shore Power • House battery isolator (charges with alternator when van is running) • Webasto Diesel Heater (professionally installed) • Electric sink pump • 5 gallon fresh water/grey water sink setup • Emergency toilet (new, never used) • 12V Dometic top-load Fridge/Freezer • Full Size elevated Bed, with a strut to raise it into a couch • Maxxair fan over bed • LED lighting all around • Full insulation all around • Sliding window in door • Pop-out window on driver side • Wood floors, siding, and walls • Lots of Storage • 70” standing height • Large Garage space under bed! (57” from back of bed cabinet to rear doors, 30.5” floor to bed base) Awesome Stereo setup, perfect for road-tripping!!!: • Pioneer AVH-3400NEX 7" Display pop-up Receiver • Sirius XM radio • 6” Pioneer speakers overhead in headliner • Upgraded 4” Kenwood speakers in the dash Recent Maintenance, which I’ve completed: (I’ll include a full maintenance log as well) • Full cooling system overhaul: o Radiator o Water Pump o Thermostat o Auxiliary water pump o New fan and clutch o Flushed fluids o Replaced almost all hoses (there are a few hoses near the heater core, which I have the hoses for and will include in sale) • Fuel system service (2020): o flushed fuel tank o Replaced all fuel hoses (2022), including fuel cooler hoses on tank (2020) o Replaced Fuel Tank fill hose o fuel filter replacement (2020 and 2022) o Added Tee off of Espar line for new Webasto heater • Transmission Service • Regular Oil Services • Brake Service • Power Steering Service • AC service • Regular Filter changes • Replaced all Shocks, struts, tie rods • New Brakes and rotors • EGR Valve • Upgraded aluminum Turbo resonator • Oil cooler • Oil separator • Rebuilt AC controller unit • Upgraded 200 Amp alternator • Replaced many bulbs, light housings, and some wiring. • Fuse panel • Air Filter housing • Sliding Door rollers and latch • Replaced lots of small parts, from the brake pedal pad, to door trim, door striker plates, bulbs, trim, fuses, relays, and sensors Extras: • I’ve maintained detailed maintenance records over the course of our ownership, and pulled together a rough history of maintenance from 2005-2020 based on previous owner’s description, Carfax, and manufacturer dates found on various components. I’ll share the most recent Carfax, as well as all maintenance records, and original window sticker. I can also share a flash drive of all manuals (which are readily available online, but which I keep on a tablet in the van if I ever need to make a repair). • Full spare parts kit ($1,000 value) • Over $1,500 in extra parts for some maintenance items which I haven’t gotten to yet: a few heater hoses, differential gasket and fluid, air recirculation housing, glow plugs, rear door lock actuator, all sway bar bushings, sliding door parts, sensors, exterior ladder. Known Issues: • Intermittent CEL from fuel rail pressure sensor (0190-1), I have a new sensor, but have not yet replaced. • Two small oil seeps: One seep from Turbo oil feed tube gasket (I’ll include the gasket). Slight driver side oil leak (both oil leaks are very minor, no drips, just residue) • Factory horn does not work (aftermarket horn installed) • Sliding Door needs adjustment to be aligned • 2 minor front-end accidents from previous owners, listed on Carfax, it looks like all repairs were made afterwards


  • make: Freightliner
  • model: Sprinter 2500
  • year: 2005
  • fuel: Diesel
  • odometer: 257,200 miles
  • sleeps: 2
  • 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

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