Overland van life! This is a 2004 suburban w/ 190k miles, so well thought out as a camper van alternative. It has a custom-made couch-to-bed mattress (Full size 5 in) , a shore power plug, and enough solar power to run a small camper. With the seats down there is 8 ft of room in the back. It has a tow package and can handle any dirt/forest service road you can throw at it. Super usable low shelf/table on one side and storage shelf covering the window on the other. The one covering the window is pretty crudly made but does totally work. I used a wool blanket to insulate the shelves and roof. Roof interior in the back has birch plywood on it for a more fun custom look. It have put over 3k in maintenance in it in the last year- changed all the fluids, new tie rods, brakes etc, and can provide all the records of that. It also comes with all the gear shown and listed if wanted. You can literally just grab your clothes and food and take trip. Most of the gear was purchased new in the last year. Please ask if your would like to know specifics. Main things not new this summer were the fire pit, hammock (straps were new) and the cassette toilet is 2 seasons old if you want it. Best for one person as the passenger air bag intermittently comes on unless you are comfortable with that. I used it with my kids in the back seat. I have had it at two shops and until its is on all the time it is very hard and or expensive to fix the front passenger air bag. Includes an almost brand new Bluetti eb240 solar generator that you can run just about anything on- and a 200w rigid solar panel not pictured. As well as a new roof rack from trailer not pictured. Just didn't get around to installing them. I had it set up to tow a small camper than power it but also be a solo vehicle with power just so you know its intention or possible use. Included $2900 in gear that works well in this set up. I have rented it twice outdoorsy, and both guests said it had everything they needed and wanted. Gear/features include: Bluetti 240 solar generator 200 w solar panel and all attaching hardware and cables (not yet installed- just didn’t get around to it as the latter has so much power for a few day trip.) roof rack ( also not installed) custom mattress- 5 in mattress foam from thefoamfactory.com covered in outdoor cushion fabric so super durable. 20 degree puffel adventure quilt - additional sleeping bags new if wanted. cooler/fridge that can plug into the battery magnetic interior light Cassette/chemical toilet 2.5 gal Kelty love seat water port shower 3 gal electric hot pot that works off the solar battery coleman 2 burner stove 5 lb propane tank and attachment hoses little red propane fire pit dishes and pans small fan small electric heater shore power plug extension cord for shore power wood shelves and ceiling hammock and straps window coverings Luno brand window screens Refectix window blackout shades Open to offers. I LOVE this thing hopefully as you can see, but also very motivated to sell as am getting divorced. Please let me know what questions you have.
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