Very clean 2018 Promaster conversion with 57,000 miles. All highway miles, used only for road trips. I bought the van in 2018 with 11,000 miles on it. It was stock cargo van. I converted it with a licensed contractor who had done a couple other van conversions. The build is quality and functional. It’s been very well taken care of. I recently replaced the battery and had the transmission flushed as well as an oil change service. I love this van but I have to let it go because I simply am not using it enough. There is a dent on the rear driver side panel that occurred while getting an oil change at the dealer. They wouldn’t take responsibility and I never repaired it. Additionally one of the guys working on the build drove a screw through the roof while installing ceiling panels. Bummer but it’s sealed and has never leaked. You can probably see from the photos most of everything that’s been done but I’ll list what I can think of here. All the structural wood used for the bed and the kitchen galley is all three-quarter inch ply and very well built. There are two drawers underneath the bed that open to the inside of the van, and two drawers underneath the bed in the rear that open to the outside. Large storage space underneath the bed. There is a built-in cutting board and three drawers for storage, kitchen utensils, camp stove, etc. And a large storage area underneath the sink. The sink is operated by foot pump and there’s two 7 gallon tanks for blue and gray water. There’s a fire extinguisher and carbon monoxide sensor. I installed an overhead vent with fan as well as an inverter that I use for charging devices. Both run off the battery. There’s no auxiliary battery system but we wired it for a future addition if wanted. The flooring is Pergo like flooring. I covered that with half inch closed cell foam with carpet adhered to the top of it. It’s comfortable under foot, and great insulation. The interior walls and ceiling are covered in noico sound dampening material. This is one of my favorite things about the van. It was super time-consuming and labor-intensive to install it but it makes a huge difference for cutting out outside noise when driving and sleeping. Over that are two layers of Thinsulate roll insulation. Some of the interior panels are carpeted. The inside lighting are battery powered LED puck lights. I put Velcro on the back of the puck lights and they can be pulled off and moved anywhere where there is carpet to suit your needs. I had a professional autobody shop in Seattle install the small window above the kitchen galley as well as the large window on the passenger side sliding rear door. I have full blackout window coverings for every window. There is a shelf above the foot of the bed as well as above the kitchen galley. There’s also a large stock shelf above the driver and passenger seats for additional storage. trailer hitch rated to 5000 pounds. All new tires 12/14. The van is in excellent condition and well cared for. The build out is quality, simple and functional. I’ve had many great trips in it and it’s time for someone else to enjoy it as much as I have.
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