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Coastal Chic 2005 Dodge Sprinter Campervan (High Top, Solar)


Listed a year ago
Eatontown, New Jersey

Seller's Description

*I would potentially be willing to deliver it this summer Selling my beloved coastal chic campervan with wood and sea creature touches - perfect for someone dreaming of living the vanlife or renting it out as such. I’ve moved out of the country and would rather someone love and use it than sit awaiting my return. I lived in the van on and off for nearly three years and traveled all around the country and into Baja with her. She has usual wear and tear but is ready for her next adventure. Roam: The Vansion id fully off-grid; with solar power, two house batteries, diesel-powered heating system, ceiling fan for ventilation, electric fridge, sink with electric pump, propane stove, numerous puck lights, plenty of DC/AC plugs for charging and ample storage. Your house batteries charge while you’re driving, ensuring that you always have power even if a storm rolls through. She’s super comfortable and easy to maneuver, even on questionable roads. She’s roomie inside but short enough to fit in a regular parking spot. Van: -2005 High-Top Dodge Sprinter 2500 with 144-inch wheelbase (high enough to stand up in if you’re 6'). This is the sought after T1N chassis. -Mercedes-Benz diesel engine with 202,000 miles (with capability to go 200,000+ more) -Fresh oil change -Two seats up front -Under-bed garage with ample storage, accessible through back doors -Solid wood wall separating driving from living section for privacy and security with a sliding barnyard-style door with a latch. The wall is covered in white and gray Octopus wallpaper while the door is seafoam green with an iron seahorse handle. -Espar diesel heater with outside vent (installed by a mechanic who works on semis). It works amazingly! I’ve been in the mountains of Colorado mid-winter and been toasty in my van watching the snow outside. The system taps right into the van’s diesel motor and there’s an automatic shut-off if your tank gets low so you don’t ever have to worry about running out of fuel. -Gorilla rubberized paint on roof and bed to protect metal from rust (roof needs touch up) -Van is super efficient on the highway - gets 22mpg+ (diesel) Living Space: -Fully built-out off-grid campervan -Insulation in floors, walls and ceiling (spray and board) -Custom memory foam bed the width of the van (similar to a short queen) -Vinyl distressed gray wood flooring -Dark wood laminate ceiling with puck ceiling lights + dimmable puck lights over kitchen area -Walls painted gray -Stikwood-branded stick-on rustic wood paneling on storage cubbies/drawers with actual wood underneath should you choose to remove (I also have the soft drawer closers that enable you to keep them propped open, but I removed when I renovated the van and you’ll need to reinstall). Great Gatsby-looking and iron arrow drawer knobs. -Floating shelf above the bed for extra storage with Aspen Tree supports, chopped from a friend’s yard in Idaho. They have little branches for hanging lights and headlamps -Cubbies on the ceiling the entire stretch of the back of the van on the driver’s side -Rooftop Fan-Tastic fan for air ventilation above kitchen with rain guard (at foot of bed) -Two tinted windows in cabin, the one in the kitchen with small portion that cracks open for increased ventilation -Removable Lagun swivel table (spray painted with rose gold). The base is drilled into the wall near the sliding door - perfect for eating/working with the van door open -Bench seat with storage underneath at foot of bed. I kept a little bucket toilet in there, which I’ll sell with the van. Kitchen: -Dometic CFX 50W electric cooler (fridge) on racks that easily pull out from the wall. The AC plug works perfectly but you’ll want to order an efficient DC plug for around $25 if you aim to use it full time. -Sink powered by an electric pump. There’s a 7-gallon gray water tank and 10-gallon clean water tank (numbers may be slightly off but it’s right around there). -Camp Chef Everest two-burner propane stove with propane tank -Gold ceiling-mounted pot rack with hooks -Silver spice rack holder mounted on tiled wall separating the kitchen from the foot of the bed -Stick-on white tile on that wall and around the sink Power: -2 125 Watt Renogy solar panels mounted on roof for a total of 250 W -1,500-Watt Continuous/3,000-Watt Peak Pure Sine Wave Inverter with 12V and USB plugs -MPPT solar charger controller -2 Universal Power Group 12v 100Ah deep cycle AGM batteries for house power -Inverter/Isolator installed by a mechanic that works on semis, which charges the 2 deep-cycle house batteries from the van alternator. This is in addition to solar, ensuring you’ll never run out of electricity. Storage: -Ample storage underneath the bed (garage) where I’ve fit a whole bunch of sports and camping gear -Ceiling-mounted cubbies -Big drawer in kitchen that I’ve used for miscellaneous / kitchen items -Two deep drawers under the bed that I’ve used for clothes and shoes, accessible from inside the van Imperfections/Areas Needing Work: -The outside passenger’s door handle broke a while back and I bought a replacement handle that will come with your purchase, but I have not replaced it yet. You can open the door from the inside. -There’s a crack on the windshield that will eventually need to be replaced -There’s slight structural damage to the sliding door runner. Not sure what it’s from, likely going too fast on a dirt road -The Gorilla liner needs to be patched up, especially on the roof where there’s some rust. -Radio has never worked since I’ve owned the van (I’ve always used a bluetooth speaker) -AC has never worked since I've owned the van (cool enough for me with the windows down while driving) Additionals: -I bought a MightyKool 12V electric ice box that works well as an air conditioner in arid places. This has never been used but I’m selling with the van. -This does not have a shore power hookup. -The van is still available if this ad is up -Selling with some extras (such as cutting board that hangs from the pan holder / other kitchen items as well as the green table that folds flat) $37,000 OBO


  • make: Dodge
  • model: Sprinter 2500 T1N with 144 WB
  • year: 2005
  • fuel: Diesel
  • odometer: 202,000 miles
  • sleeps: 2
  • seats: 2
  • type: Camper Van
  • roof: Hi Top


  • ac_unit
    Air conditioner
  • health_and_safety
  • Solar panels
  • electrical_services
    Power inverter
  • Heater
  • Ceiling fan
  • Backup camera
  • shower
  • Extra storage
  • Toilet
  • accessible_forward
    Wheelchair accessible
  • AWD
  • 4WD
  • electric_rickshaw
  • Tow hitch
  • tv
  • Water tank
  • Leveling jacks
  • pedal_bike
    Bike rack


  • kitchen
  • Stove
  • Sink
  • dining
  • microwave
  • Oven

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