2018 Ram Promaster City Camper Van Conversion VIN: ZFBERFAB2J6H62197 Current Miles: 108k (slowly increasing) AVG mpg: 22 $17k obo. Backstory: I bought a truck to convert and need to get rid of this before I leave Alaska (probably next Spring)... the van has served me very well the past two years. I bought it in Virginia in July 2021 and converted it over that summer and fall. Used it primarily to run to town and spent a few weeks traveling to, camping, and skiing in Montana, Colorado, and Utah out of it in February 2022... found out that trip that it pushes it's way through a few inches of fresh snow, just don't expect to go out in a dumper, and that the insulation and body heat of two people can keep the inside just above 32F when it's -2F outside... of course, if you hook up that propane hose correctly, the propex can cook you right out of the van if you wanted it to lol (very efficient, very awesome, very safe heater). While based in Virginia, the van also took me down to Florida, up to Maine, on a couple trips to Pennsylvania, and finally, to Alaska (going ~6k miles across the south, up the west coast, and up the Alcan to Anchorage) where I am now living. Was using it for gardening work for a couple of months, but I have since bought a truck so I can really enjoy some backcountry skiing this winter here. Modifications/Installations made & included in price (cost me $5,500 total): Sound deadened & fully insulated cargo area (ceiling, walls, floor), awning style rear passenger window, laminate floor, Maxxair exhaust/intake fan, Propex (propane) vented heater + propane supply system w/tank (tank stores in black cargo box on back rack), convertible twin sized bed/couch with storage underneath, (2) fold-up tables (no longer have the table attached to the rear driverside door shown in pictures), rear footwell storage access hole, Class II hitch receiver + trailer wiring harness (2,000 lb towing, 500lb tongue weight capacity, only used it to tow my motorcycle once and it did great), hitch mounted cargo carrier, custom adjustable 80/20 roof rack, 200W solar panel + cable entry gland w/anderson connectors, shore power port, front window rain guards, front rubber floor mats, and last but not least, a Jackery 1000 to keep everything running. Can include dometic CFX3 75 dual zone fridge/freezer (designed for it to fit along the bed), and/or yakima cargo carrier for extra cost . Also willing to take out the whole propane heater setup (propex, cargo rack, box, tank, fuel line) and drop $1,500 off the price. I did a rough finish in my build for functionality... I'm 6'2" and didn't want to take away vital head space and I also wanted to keep it as open as possible for your typical cargo van uses (moving big things). Just leaves it open to make it your own with finishing details if you'd like :). Price is based on avg trade in value + build cost - $1.5k to help it sell. The bad: Tires are fairly shot, so if you're coming from out of state we should to arrange to have them replaced before you get here... just running them how they are while I still have it. And waiting to get it checked for an oil consumption recall that would be covered by Ram if it tests for positive for it (needs to be driven another 1k miles for the test...). Let me know if you have any questions, and thanks for looking!
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