** PRICED TO SELL ** For sale is a 2004 Ford E150 XL Camper Van. I have owned this van for about two years. It was previously owned and maintained by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). This van has had two owners including me. It was rigorously maintained by the state and that continued into my ownership. I have receipts and records for all work done under my ownership. It is mechanically sound with no outstanding issues. Located in Northern Arizona. It has 149k miles. Clean Title. Two owners. Rust free. Fully Insulated. Full-size bed. Kitchenette with running water. Solar. The Engine and Exterior Upgrades: 4.6L V8 with 149k miles. Cruise control. Tow package. All-Terrain tires. Roof Rack. Pressurized Solar Shower (roof mounted). 5% Ceramic Window Tint all around, 25% Tint on front driver and passenger windows. Hankook Dynapro A/T2 XL All-Terrain Tires in the factory 235/70R16 tire size. Black Raptor Bedliner paint on grill, hubcaps, bumpers, and roof. Aftermarket tinted turn signal housing. Rain deflector window coverings. Automatic windows and locks. **The Build:** Framing – 1”x2" Pine wood framing on floor, walls, and ceiling. Insulation - 1" R5 XPS Rigid Pink Foam Board on floor and ceiling. Havelock Wool in walls and doors. The insulation was designed to trap and maintain temperatures on both ends of the spectrum, keeping it cold in the summer and hot in the winter! Flooring - 1" plywood topped with waterproof vinyl planks. The vinyl planks did swell over time, so there is a ½” gap through the center seam. These can be replaced easily if you wish, but it is currently covered by a rug so I rarely notice it. Bed, Cabinetry, and Kitchenette - Overhead cabinets were constructed with Pine and particleboard. Bed was made with Pine, Cedar, Walnut, and plywood. It is a full-size bed with futon mattress. Storage in kitchenette, overhead cabinets, and room for 6 27gal storage bins (bins with lids included) under the bed. Cargo net in rear for additional storage and security.Kitchenette Features a waterproof vinyl counter, Lifetime 55 Quart High Performance Cooler, 15" sink with a Whale foot pump, two 7-gallon water tanks underneath for fresh and grey water. Fold up table for cooking and eating. Storage for utensils, cutting board, and more. Overhead paper towel holder. Hanging metal racks for spice jars. 2-burner Coleman propane stove. Ceiling - Tongue and groove Pine board. Maxxair 05100K MaxxFan Ventilation Fan. Dimmable recessed puck lights and RGB color-changing light strip. Solar – Renogy 100-watt, 12v Monocrystalline solar panel on roof connected to Jackery 500 Portable Generator Battery Bank. 518 watt-hour (24Ah, 21.6V) lithium-ion battery pack and a pure sine wave inverter. It features 1\* AC outlet (110V 500W, 1000W peak), 3\*USB-A ports, 2\* DC ports, and 1\* carport. Electronics - Bluetooth radio, backup camera, 1080p dashcam, Jackery 500, Maxxair roof vent fan, dimmable recessed LED puck lighting, RBG strip lights. Accessories – Hanging laundry bag, 27-gal storage bins with lids, 10 multi-purpose airtight spice jars, Lifetime 55 Quart High Performance Cooler, 2-burner Coleman camping stove, carbon monoxide detector, fire extinguisher, camping light, roof-mounted solar shower, electric air pump, utensil organizer, cutting board, reflectix window coverings (reversible, one side is black), bike rack, Masterlock shackle padlock on rear doors, full-size spare tire, unused Reflectix roll (for additional window coverings, if wanted) and more. **Things to note -** There are some chips, dents, and scrapes on the exterior paint. Paint is peeling on parts of the roof. The roof-mounted shower is slightly bowed (easy fix). It’s missing the door storage pocket thing on the driver door. The rear door lock only locks manually (it does still lock and open). The biggest flaw is that parts of the build squeak and lightly rattle when driving, especially on bumpy roads. This van has served me well for the last two years. It is incredibly reliable, mechanically sound, and equipped to handle whatever you throw at it. The build was designed for two people, and it functions well. There are some quirks of the build, but nothing that limits functionality or appearance. I have loved owning this van and I have put a lot of money and care into it. The reason I am selling is due to wanting something smaller as a daily driver. I have never lived in the van full-time, but it was built with that intention. Regardless of if you use it as a weekend warrior, full-time vandwelling, or anything else, this van should suit your needs. If you have any questions, please reach out. Thank you!
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