I bought Cherylann last year and had it built out professionally by Frontier Van Conversions in South Carolina. I named her after my mother who passed away four years ago. She is very stealth and can fit in most parking spaces. I Have traveled to many different states visiting family and exploring the sites. I am sad that my adventures have come to a halt (temporarily I hope) as I have had to get a job. Eventually would like to get a travel trailer. She still has a lot of miles to go and many more adventures to see. Her last oil change was back in July. There are few cosmetic updates she will need but other than that she is good to go. I am also still making payments on the van its self. Build out is paid in full. Amenities: • 3 100-watt Renogy Solar panels with 3 12V 200AH/20HR batteries • 16 gallons freshwater tank • 5-gallon grey water bucket under sink. • Deep Sink with nice water faucet that swivels outside. • 6-gallon water heater / Electric pump • 2 Burner propane stove • 5 Gallon propane tank (I have cooked on stove but have yet to fill tank. I ate a lot of cold foods.) • Dometic fridge with freezer compartment. • Passenger Seat Swivels • Front passenger side cabinet lifts to create more counter space • Full size foam mattress • Two Bug screens for side door and back door • Max air fan with remote • Camco Toilet. (Only used for #1) (you don't have to include it if you don’t want to.) • Shore power plug (30 AMP electric cord included) • Water port to fill water tank. (Hose included) • Black out curtain to close off front from the back. • Extra stool for one more person to eat at table. As far as the cabinets needing to be redone. I didn't do a good job of painting them and the paint started peeling off. I started to strip the paint off, but my progress has slowed do to working now. Vehicle: • Mileage: Bought at 50,000. Now has 75,000+ Miles • Engine: V6 • Fuel: Gasoline Currently holds about 18 Gallons. • Oil Change: July 2022 • Brakes are doing fine but will need to be replaced. • Tires are good but eventually will have to be replaced before next summer. Accidents: Since I bought her I've only had two minor incidents. I sadly hit a dog driving through New Mexico. It destroyed the splash guard under my vehicle and had to be taken off. I also recently hit someone from behind and it cracked the plastic guard on the front. It is easily replaced. I am looking into seeing how much to put a new one on currently. (Specs pulled from Dodge website) INTERIOR Front head room 43 " Front shoulder room 75 " Front hip room 66 " Front leg room 38.8 " Luggage capacity 304.0 Cu.Ft. Standard seating 2 EXTERIOR Length 213.2 " Body width 80.3 " Body height 93.0 " Wheelbase 136.0 " Ground clearance 6.9 " Curb 4,644 Lbs. Gross weight 8,900 Lbs. FUEL Fuel tank capacity 24.0 Gal. PERFORMANCE Base engine size 3.6 Liters Base engine type V-6 Horsepower 280 Hp Horsepower rpm 6,400 Torque 260 Lb-Ft. Torque rpm 4,400 Payload 4,260 Lbs. Maximum towing capacity 5,100 Lbs. Drive type Front-Wheel Turning radius 20.4 ''
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