Selling our 99 Eurovan Camper. This van has just about all the bells and whistles you could want including a lift, improved suspension, Dometic fridge, hitch, leather seats, and lithium coach battery. Also only has 103k miles, haven't seen many with lower. We've tried to keep it very clean and healthy, and at every mechanic visit requested whatever preventative work they suggested. Some info on features:-Lifted to give higher clearance -Fox Shocks for smoother ride -Bigger Wheels -Raptor Lining-Newer tent -Leather interior-Highly efficient Dometic fridge -Custom cabinetry to house Dometic and add shelving. -Custom shoe rack behind driver seat-Awning -New Curt Hitch-Black wheels -Ladder and bar system on back (believe you can connect bike racks to it or whatever you want) -It also just looks really cool, dontcha think? Info on Lithium Battery system: I've converted the coach battery to a lithium system, which doubles the amount of power you can draw from the battery, allowing you to be off grid longer. Roughly $1700+ in parts. -100ah Battleborn LiFePO4 (top of the line battery) -30amp Victron DC to DC charger (allows the battery to be charged by alternator when driving) -700W Renogy pure sine inverter (so you can plug your stuff in) -500A Renogy battery monitor (so you can know how much juice you got) -Victron Blue Smart charger (allows lithium to be charged with shore power) A few quirks: -The blinds on sliding door are missing, could probably find a replacement but with the tinted windows we've never had a problem. -The was tank drips out the bottom if you overfill it. Mechanic said it wasn't worth fixing, just keep an eye on it when filling. -There's two small cracks on the roof, I've drilled and caulked them so shouldn't spread further. -Dometic is currently running a little cold, need to have a tinker with it, but I guess too cold is better than too warm.
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