Fully decked out Campervan, Vanlife, Van Conversion, mini RV, Tiny Home, digital nomad vehicle, etc. Built on a Ford Econoline E150 chassis. 168,500 miles. 1 owner before me. Previous owner had lots of pride in the vehicle, used it as a work truck, dutifully maintained and changed oil. Carfax available upon request. VIN: 1FTRE14W16HB05055 The Van is built to not look like a camper van, to look like a regular work van. There's a solar panel and a waterproof fan on the roof. They're hidden by a wooden rack that I built around the solar panel to disguise it. Unless you're underneath it, you wouldn't really know its a solar panel. The front of the van has upgraded floor mats, seat covers, and a rear view mirror backup camera. I've also added LED headlights. Moving from the front to the back of the van is simply pushing aside the blackout curtain and walking back. Here are some of the amenities. - Full Size Memory Foam Mattress - The bed folds down into full size if you want to sleep 2 people, or if you want to get around the van, sleep 1 person, or just use it as a couch, it stays in place as a couch. -A Norcold NR740SS. This thing throttles down its electricity usage when it's already cold. -BLUETTI Portable Power Station EB70S, 716Wh - This has more than enough power to run any electronics you have, the lights, and keep the fridge cold. -Newpowa 240W Monocrystalline 240 Watts Solar Panel -Camp Chef Oven - I've attached a 10 lb propane tank, which means you could run the oven for about 9-10 hours before you'd have to refill the propane. This thing is great for baking, and has 2 stove burners for regular cooking. -Fully working sink with rechargeable faucet. -5 gallon water storage, with extra 5 gallon bin. - Fold up emergency toilet - Solar heated shower - Mesh storage system next to the bed The van is fully insulated on the floor, on the sides, and on the ceiling. Laminate flooring means it's easy to clean. All wooden construction means the build is sturdy. Lot's of storage space underneath the bed, in the cabinets and in the stoves. Plenty of room for all your clothes, food and gear. Selling the van because I am going to South America soon. I'm asking $14,000. You're basically getting this thing at cost of materials. You could gut the van and sell it for 9-10k any day of the week, these vans are in high demand and short supply. You could also turn this van into a money maker, renting it out for $100+/day on sites like Outdoorsy when you're not using it. If you're interested or if you have any questions, feel free to email me or text me.
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