This is a well kept, low mileage 1997 F-350 7.3L turbo diesel truck that was used to transport wildland firefighters for the Washington State DNR. It is a very unique four wheel drive cabin on wheels. -92,XXX miles -7.3L turbo diesel -Manual transmission -Dual fuel tanks -4x4 with manual locking hubs -Dual rear wheels -Spare mounted under truck -Sliding windows between cab and box -350 watts solar -Victron 2000 Multiplus Compact Inverter/Charger -200ah LiFePO4 Battleborn Batteries -MPPT 150/35 Victron Solar Charge Controller -Li-BIM 225 hooked up to alternator -12v/110v Circuit Breakers -Combiner switch for chassis and house batteries -USB charging ports with 12v powerpoint -21 gallons fresh water -7 gallons grey water -3gpm Shurflo pump -Extendable faucet -Bomar 21" round boat hatch installed so you can access the roof from the inside -Fully insulated black-out curtains -Fully insulated walls -Diesel heater -Cubic mini woodstove -5 gallon aluminum auxiliary diesel tank (diesel heater doesn't tap into main fuel tanks) -Stainless steel H-cap chimney with stainless round cap for winterizing flue pipe -Woodstove Fan -Maxxair fan -Professionally upholstered -Bed converts into couch -Bench seat converts into guest sleeping pad -Composting toilet (never been used) -5’11 interior height -Dimmable LED lighting -3 doors (main entrance, driver side half door, rear) -Pushlock drawer/cabinet latches -Tons of storage -Cedar T/G interior -Cedar framing -Butcher block countertops -Waterproof vinyl plank flooring -Propane burner -11lb propane tank One of the main features that separates this camper from most others is the amount of windows. There are 9 total windows inside, 6 of which are sliders and they allow for a panoramic view that lets in great natural light. The electrical system charges off of solar, shore power, or the alternator while driving. It is a very robust system that is fully fused and Bluetooth compatible. This allows you to check battery levels, solar power and turn the inverter on and off from your phone. The combiner switch allows you to momentarily charge the chassis batteries from the house batteries in case the lights are left on in the middle of nowhere, essentially allowing infinite jump starting with power from the solar panels. The freshwater is stored in three, seven gallon tanks and flows into a seven gallon grey water tank located in the under mounted utility box along with the auxiliary diesel for the heater and propane. There is a valve on the grey water inlet that allows you to bypass the tank and drain directly under the truck. The 1" cedar T/G siding was installed using cladding clips, so there aren't visible screws and allows movement from temperature changes between the metal and wood. The insulated blackout curtains are held in place with neodymium magnets and keep cabin space at a comfortable temperature that is easily regulated. When they are in place, you cannot tell that the lights are on from the outside of the truck. There is a lot more to this truck than I can fit in an ad, please reach out if you are interested or have any questions. Serious inquiries only.
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