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2019 Ram Promaster 2500

$75,299

Listed 2 months ago
Marietta, Georgia

Seller's Description

(DONT WORRY ILL ADD MORE PICTURES AS SOON AS I GET BACK TO THE VAN IN A FEW WEEKS. WANT TO JUST START THE PROCESS NOW BY ADDING IT TO THE SITE) Hello everyone! My name is Davis and I'm selling my 2019 Ram Promaster 2500. This van is such a treasured memory and friend of mine and I'm looking for the right person to sell her to. Backstory: In 2020 I decided that I was going to take the opportunity to buy a van, convert it, and live in it full time. At the time, I was 24, working a lucrative seasonal job during the summer and had the remaining time throughout the year to do what I wanted. I figured, hey if I don’t have kids or a family or any job keeping me in one location, I better take this opportunity to live the Van life. And might I say, it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I did my research, made my plan, gathered my finances, and found the best van I could have hoped for, a barely used (only had 23 thousand miles at the time) Ram Promaster 2500 High Top. I bought it, drove it back to my mom’s house in Georgia, and spent the next four months converting it myself. Granted, I had a lot of help from friends and family along the way so I can't take all the credit. But everything you see in the pictures was hand built by yours truly (except the countertops. Those were bought and installed by a company). I used a TON of tips, tricks, and suggestions from Far Out Ride https://faroutride.com/build-journal/ . If you guys haven’t looked through this, I definitely suggest you do so. Because I followed a lot of their steps and instructions to prep the van. Heres the vans reveal video I took right after I converted it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tda2NxWYoKs&list=PL34qkCS4SRIluExrMeH_YtiPrLJpzb9ep&index=14 The van needs some TLC to get it back to this shape, but it’s really not too far off. The reason I’m selling the van is that my life situation has changed and It honestly just seems like a waste for it to be sitting, not getting taken on adventures in. Also, I'm starting a business with my brother and I need to work in a single location while it’s first starting out. Plus, I’ll be using the money from the van to help bootstrap the business. A little about the van: If you’re looking for an adventure vehicle, this is it! This van was designed to be driven into parks, into hiking spots, to festivals, and anywhere else you can think of. You’ll see some locations I’ve taken in the pictures. I hope it shows you how she can do a lot and take you to some really cool places. Mechanical Upkeep: Going into Van life, I was originally worried about mechanical upkeep. I’m not a mechanic and loathed the idea of buying something that had a ton of miles on it and trying to fix it up. So I bought the van with low miles so I could simply maintain the van rather than pulling it apart and fixing it piece by piece. Mechanically, the van is completely sound. I’ve done a good job of staying on top of maintenance and I have all the records to prove so. The Van is in great shape, runs smooth, good gas mileage, and only has one light on the dashboard that shows. The only light is for the tire sensor pressure and that’s a light that won’t go away because I’ve changed out the rims for the van. I use a tire pressure guage (comes with the van) and I check them once a month, which takes a minute or two. Besides that, there are no lights, no codes, nothing. Structurally the van is in great condition, except for an indent/Scratch on the sliding door.(Pictured Below). Besides that the van is practically new. Miles: 82,310 Year: 2019 Make: Ram Promaster Size: 2500 The Build My thought process behind the build and the layout and the electrical was this: Build it so that if anything needs fixing, I can access everything easily. Mitigate every reason I could think of why living in a van might NOT be comfortable, easy, or fun. Add features that make the van fun, interesting, and easy to use. Make the van stealthy enough to be safe, but add features to it that makes it look good. Big enough to accommodate me, but not too big where I couldn’t park in a normal Features: -Maxxair Fan -Premium Insulation (Thinsulate Isolate) -Passenger Sweet swivel -Subwoofer under passenger seat (This thing rocks) -Real Granite Countertops -30 Gallon water tank -3 Burner Titanium Gas Stove -Sliding Bunker Window -Full Bed with mattress and Foam Cover - Dometic Chest fridge (No freezer) -Modern interior design -Ample storage in front -Full Garage Space -Hooks in back for storage -Front Cabin AC -Real Tiled Backsplash -Magnetic Window Covers Strawfoot https://strawfoothandmade.com/products/window-covers-ram-promaster-van -Insulated Floors https://faroutride.com/floor-installation/ -Black Rims Complete electrical system: -Easily accessible -3 Battle Born Batteries -Inverter -Solar setup -Inverter setup -Shore Power connection -Rear speakers setup on doors -Subwoofer Cons: Van needs some TLC. Overhead lighting no longer operational from Youtube Video.

About

  • make: Ram Promaster
  • model: Ram Promaster
  • year: 2019
  • fuel: Gasoline
  • odometer: 82,310 miles
  • sleeps: 2
  • seats: 3
  • type: Camper Van
  • roof: Hi Top

Video Tour

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

Davis
event Joined December 2022
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