About the van: 2001 Chevrolet G3500 Turtle Top. I am the second owner after a church purchased it new to my understanding. It used to be a 14 passenger van with a wheel chair lift at the rear door. The unit has 5x,xxx miles and runs like a champ with a new battery and good tires. The vehicle gets around 14 mpg on the highway which isn’t to bad for its size. What I’ve done: -I filled and sealed all the seams on the rear fenders, and around the entire rear portion of the roof where the top is bolted down. There’s a couple spots that could be touched up by the cab but does not have any leaks. -The floor has 1/2 inch foam insulation under the white painted 1/2 osb. What’s added: -Three (3) 100W Renogy solar panels mounted on the roof with wire leads down the back corner -MaxxAir Deluxe Fan with remote -Six (6) Recessed dimmable 12v led lights with dimmer switch -Sink/counter top with a 10 gallon holding tank and variable pressure sea-flo 12v water pump -Diesel Heater with 2.5 gallon tank -Brand new Deep Cycle Lead Acid battery -Locking gas cap Everything works as it should, it’s not all wired together anymore as I used my solar charge controller and fuse block on another project but wires are still ran and could easily be hooked up. Now with the bad, as I mentioned the fiberglass and seams could be touched up, up front by the cab but doesn’t leak The brake master cylinder leaks, it has brakes if pressed to the floor and I have driven it to town for gas a few time in its current condition but needs new seals/rebuild kit or a new master cylinder which is fairly cheap from RockAuto.com And lastly one catalytic converter was stolen before I purchased it, But I put a piece of flex pipe in its place. I did not have to do emissions testing so I never worried about it. If there’s anything else you can think to ask I’ll be happy to answer.
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