Selling my 2012 Steath camper van. It was built to camp in cities without drawing attention. It has a brand new engine and exhaust installed by Mercedes in January with only 6000 miles on them, odometer reads 398,000 miles though. I am open to negotiation on the price. Must sell by 10/7/22 Reduced price to accommodate for repairs (ball joint and minor rust around doors) Floor to ceiling height in the Kitchen/Bathroom is 6'4" Floor to ceiling height in the Bedroom/Office is 6'2" (extra insulation) Bed length is 5'6", but even my 6'4" friend found it acceptable when side sleeping Van gets 16-20mpg depending on elevation This van features multiple internet connections to work remotely: 5g/4g cellular booster 4g Verizon hotspot Starlink satellite (account is easily transferred to a new owner) All wiring and plumbing are in easily accessible locations should any issue ever arise or if upgrades are desired There are multiple sources of power: 1200w of roof mounted solar panels 2000w Generator under the passenger seat 750w Continuous Power inverter from the van's engine 40A 24v battery charger (shore power or generator) 8.5A 24v battery charger (shore power, generator, or van engine) 24v 420 amp-hour battery bank (equivalent to 840Ah at 12v, 84Ah at 120v, or the recommended way to measure of 10080 watt-hours) which is practically unheard of in an RV The van has a complete plumbing system: 30 gallons of fresh water that can be filled by hose or by jug 25 gallon grey water tank for the sink and shower 12 gallon black water tank for the toilet 2 gallon electric hot water heater Low flow high pressure shower head that uses 0.6 gallons per minute of water The garage portion is very large and has a pass through to the bench seat Garage does have a source of power to charge electric devices and to power the AC system I am including the eBike and the Onewheel XR shown in the pictures The bed also has a removable top to access the garage storage The bed is intended for a single person but does fit 2 and could be expanded very effortlessly by unbolting one of the closets The desk is highly adjustable and works as a standing desk or as a small table There are 3 closets capable of storing clothes and a very large electrical cabinet/pantry All of the cabinets are bolted in so they can be removed with minimal effort if a design change is desired This van has a lot of little extra details that definitely enhance the whole experience: Bluetooth light switch with time controls lets you turn the light on/off from bed and can act as a natural alarm clock/bedtime reminder Tried and tested equipment that reduces failure chance and should the worst happen are easily replaceable Semi-modular design lets you experience a well-equipped vehicle and then easily make any changes (adding rear windows, removing closets in leu of other uses, upgrading components) Dividing cabin door is polished so acts as a floor-to-ceiling mirror that won't be broken during travel and helps create a more spacious feeling Lots of outlets gives you the ability to not give up any luxuries (I had a 55" tv installed at one point) Diesel heater doesn't add moisture to the air like Propane would Diesel heater can run for a full day on less than one gallon Sleeping/Office area is extra insulated and can be isolated from the front to reduce heating/cooling requirements Heat and AC are installed in the Sleeping/Office area where most time is typically spent Trailer hitch allows bike racks, cargo racks, or small trailers so off-road adventures can be extended nearly indefinitely Both the solar charger and the battery charger can handle charging multiple types of batteries Van has a built-in backup camera Garmin DashCam is included to help record trips or accidents 2 year warranty on engine from Mercedes-Benz I have enjoyed my time with this camper, but I took a new job that makes this life very difficult. I spent 6 months Urban Camping in Florida without issue, which Florida is a notoriously hard place to do this kind of activity. I spent another couple of months in an RV Park and had no issues there. The remainder of my time was spent in and around the Twin Cities and I had zero issues blending in. I've spent the last 2 months putting some extra finishing touches on the van so it attracts even less attention and is more comfortable in both urban and rural environments. The van could definitely use some new front tires, but I had no issue in rain or snow due to the weight of the vehicle. The outside is not pristine, but this makes it perfect to blend in as a work truck or fleet vehicle. Message me with any questions and I will be glad to discuss anything, even if it's just some fun stories or advice. I apologize if the Youtube video isn't very good, I'm not a professional.
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