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2004 Freightliner T1N

$29,500

Listed 21 days ago
Seattle, Washington

Seller's Description

2004 Freightliner Sprinter T1N 144 wheelbase 29.5k OBO - or trade for a skoolie:) This is a wonderful, cared for van that we have kept very well maintained. We took it to a T1N specialist who replaced lots of parts in the engine (oil cooler, thermostat, coolant hose, weak belts, cam sensor, air filter, pulleys, and fan). The last thing that needs to be replaced is the EER valve (not urgent), which will help with the gas mileage (currently ~15mpg depending how you drive it). With proper maintenance this engine will last a million miles, since it is one of the best engines Mercedes has produced. We also just did an oil change on it. We have maintenance logs from us and the past owner as well. It is an incredibly well-maintained T1N that will take you wherever you want to go! Solar: - 500 W of solar panels - Bluetti AC200 Max Power Station - Bluetti B230 Expansion Battery Notes: We were able to squeeze in 500W of solar, 2 fans, and a skylight onto our roof through a creative design. The 500W have made a huge difference in terms of keeping our battery charged; especially since we upgraded our system with the B230 expansion. Rooftop: - 2 Maxxair fans - 1 Dometic Skylight Notes: We lived in this van in 110° weather and the fans and skylight made a HUGE difference. We were able to circulate air much better! The skylight is also above the bed which is great for stargazing. Kitchen/Plumbing: - Eureka camping stove - 12 inch deep sink - Camplux 4 gallon water heater - Waterdrop water filter - kitchen faucet with pull down sprayer - 33 gallon fresh water tank - 7 gallon grey water tank - Shurflo water pump - Shurflo accumulator tank - butcher block counters - Dometic CFX3 95DZ - Lots of storage - Sharkbite plumbing fittings Notes: I am very picky about the taste of water and this water filter is incredible. The water has absolutely no taste. We never used the water heater (never had a need to) but it is installed. My parent’s van build has the same water heater and it works great; only downfall is that it is only 4 gallons. We also went with a non-fixed stove so we could maximize counter space. The fridge is also great and held 1+ weeks worth of food. Shower: - ESNBIA Shower Kit - Cedar plank shower - Sink basin - Moisture wicking paper behind cedar Notes: We never had a need to use the shower so it is the one part of the van has remained semi-unfinished. The caulking keeping the cedar planks together has cracked. However, this is an easy fix if you want to keep the cedar look. There are clear plastic linings sold at Home Depot/Lowes you can put over the cedar so you can keep the look and keep the water from getting behind the wood. We never fixed it since we never used the shower. The shower can also be used outside by simply stretching the shower head out and attaching it to the van. We converted the shower into our closet since we never used it and made an easily removable rod so it can be used as either! Bed: - Trifold gel memory foam mattress topper Notes: Personally, I would recommend getting another topper to add more cushion to the bed. I always slept fine on it but it could definitely be improved. Garage: - Pull out gear drawer - Lots of storage Notes: We are big into outdoor sports and our garage held everything with room to spare. We had lots of climbing gear, snowboard gear, roller skates, boxing gloves, slacklines, surfing, hiking and backpacking gear (along with a guitar) all stowed in this one section. No matter what you do you will have more than enough space to store it. Other: - SILESS Soundproofing - R-Tech Insulation Boards & Spray Foam - Space for a composting toilet - Hanging chair - Space for a litter box if you have cats, if not, extra storage! - Bright and warm LED lights - Little Buddy Heater Life has got incredibly hectic for us and that is why we are selling this lovely van. If we could, we would hang on to it forever because we have put a ton of money, love, and more money into this van. The back doors also do not lock electronically but we have used a garden gate on the inside so that they can be locked/unlocked and it has worked great. The locking mechanism just needs a plastic part that had fallen off our van. If you have any questions whatsoever please don’t hesitate to reach out:) I have the receipts and links to most of the stuff in the van if you want more information on specific parts. We put so much work into making this van happen and we hope it can take you on many adventures.

About

  • make: Freightliner
  • model: T1 N Sprinter
  • year: 2004
  • fuel: Diesel
  • odometer: 212,000 miles
  • sleeps: 2
  • seats: 2
  • type: Camper Van
  • roof: Hi Top

Amenities

  • ac_unit
    Ac
  • health_and_safety
    Airbags
  • Solar
  • electrical_services
    Inverter
  • Heater
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Backup Camera
  • shower
    Shower
  • Extra Storage
  • Toilet
  • accessible_forward
    Wheelchair Accessible
  • 4wd
  • electric_rickshaw
    Generator
  • Tow Hitch
  • tv
    Tv
  • Water Tank
  • Leveling Jacks
  • pedal_bike
    Bike Rack

Kitchen

  • kitchen
    Fridge
  • Stove
  • Sink
  • dining
    Table
  • microwave
    Microwave
  • Oven

About The Seller

Madisyn
event Joined December 2022
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