I love this van but I'm motivated to sell it to free up resources for my new business and start a new chapter in life. Maybe this is part of your new chapter? At this price, you could sell it for the same price after using it. I'm not making any money from this sale — just ready to pass it on. That said, I plan to keep it for anything less than the listed price. Watch video tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6g3AeWc5Mk My LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gibbiv/ This is a 2500 144” RWD Sprinter campervan that’s powered by gas (not diesel). It was professionally built by Elevation Road and designed with a king-size bed that converts into a spacious lounge, dining, and work area. The most defining characteristic of this campervan is the premium upholstery on the ceiling and walls that creates an ultra-cozy feel. All surfaces are unstained butcher blocks which offer a nice contrast to the premium fabric. There’s even a butcher block that pulls up outside the sliding door that’s perfectly suited for a standing desk. Most campervans use wooden planks on the interior and have a fixed bed. This van aimed for something different and it paid off. The back of the van feels like a luxury living area during the day and full bedroom at night. It comes at the small price of having less under-bed storage and taking a few minutes to make the bed transformation. The van has maintained a clean, minimal design so you can make it your own after purchasing it. The wall and ceiling panels are easily removable and easy to mount accessories to as well. One addition not included in the pictures and video is a raised floor in the back living/sleeping area that was recently installed. This addition makes sitting more comfortable and provides under-floor storage for shoes, clothes, and equipment. Vehicle - 30,000 miles - Rear-wheel drive - Gas engine - Trailer hitch Note: Gas is great because fuel is cheaper. Also, this van has been through muddy, choppy terrain and never got stuck without the 4x4. She will surprise you. Climate - 12V Cruise N Comfort air conditioning - Propex propane heater - Maxxair fan - Pill window with screen - Side door bug screen by The Bug Wall - Fiamma F80s awning Note: The Cruise N Comfort is a beast. It’s mounted under the vehicle, won’t drip on you like roof-mounted systems, and didn’t require a major removal of metal from the van roof. It can run for 12-16 hours on a single charge. Power - Shore power plugin with cord - 4x Renogy 100Ah lithium batteries - 3x Renogy 175-watt solar panels - 1x Renogy 12V 50A DC-DC battery charger - 1x Renogy 2000W 12V inverter charger - 5 power outlets (two with USB chargers) Note: Since the batteries charge as you drive and there’s a lot of solar, the off-shore plugin has never been used. The battery bank was designed to support the air conditioning unit and more. Living, Dining, Bedroom - Full dining and lounge area - Day bed - King size bed - Lagun swivel table - 43” Samsung smart TV - Dimmable reading lights - Dimmable cabin lights - Magnetic window covers - Keyston Bros fabric on walls and ceiling Note: Most campervans have a smaller and narrower fixed raised bed with extra storage beneath. This van optioned for a larger, more flexible living, dining, and sleeping space. Kitchen and Bathroom - Laveo dry flush toilet - 30-gallon water tank - Electric water pump - Faucet with hose - Stainless steel sink - Stainless steel refrigerator - Extra fold-up countertop - 5-gallon gray water tank - Induction cooktop - Dimmable kitchen light Note: You could easily add a hot water system under the sink and run a propane line to a propane tank in the back by the heater. There’s also a hookup for a shower hose. Storage - Four-drawer overhead storage - Two-drawer kitchen storage - Side-bench storage - Headliner shelf by Flatline Van Co - Bookshelf Note: You could easily add additional shelves above the TV if you plan on traveling with two people. Miscellaneous - Ladder and tire rack by Owl Vans - Bike rack by 1UP - Signal booster by WeBoost Note: These are products bought (and installed) after the initial build to improve the livability and increase the value of the van. The Propex heater and Bugwall bug screen (included in the “Climate” section above) were also bought post-build. Cost Reasoning $50K was paid for the van, $55K for the build, and $5K for the miscellaneous items and heater ($110K total). Time and research was invested to find a quality builder who beat bids from other builders by $30K. Everything is professionally constructed and installed to make a one-of-a-kind campervan. Further, the van that inspired this build sold for $160K in 2021. There is a less-than-normal amount of wear and tear — chips in the floor, chips in the interior paint, and some small dents in the exterior shell — but everything is like-new and well cared for. Given all this, it's quite a good deal since I'm motivated to sell and start a new chapter in life. Moving Forward The van is currently located in Upper Saint Clair, a suburb 20 minutes south of Pittsburgh, PA. You’re welcome to come here, check it out, and take it for a spin. The title of the van is currently held by the bank where the loan is from. There’s currently money left on the loan. If you want to purchase the van, we’ll work together to get that paid and have the title transferred to your name. If you need a personal loan, Figure Technologies was used to get a loan for this van’s build and is highly recommended. Happy travels, and maybe see you soon.
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