My fiance and I need more room for our extended honeymoon! I'm driving my campervan to New Jersey, where we will wed before heading back to Minnesota to build our dream skoolie! I bought my van four years ago and built it out for full time off-grid remote work in the mountains. It's been a great run. It's time for another person to enjoy. I think it would be great for a young professional or someone on a gap year looking for a turnkey camper with some great add-ons and the best quality equipment and materials. I think it would work well for a couple looking to do one big trip once a year and a few long weekends in the woods or out in the desert. *400 watts of rooftop, tilting solar panels. *400 ah of new lithium ion batteries, installed December of 2022. *1000 watt DC-AC 110 inverter. *custom aluminum roof rack *13'x8' amazing awning. *serious light bar to avoid those pesky deer when driving in remote places at night. *front and rear towing reciever. I'm willing to include the 12 ton winch I travel with. *I'll point out now that I have taken very good care of this thing. There's one small dent near the slider, otherwise the body is free of visible scratching and blemishes. It's been stuck in sand and mud a couple times, but it's mostly been in the front country. *swivel captains chairs. *lagoon swivel table with two mounts, one for a standing desk, one for a sitting desk/table. Tabletop is a 3'x2' map of the US with all the public lands so you can plan your next adventure. I've sat up to 6 people comfortably around the table for board games and taco dinners. *42" custom bench seat and chest. Custom cushions provide the matress for a third bed spot. *the counter does not overlap the door at all. I like sitting on the bench seat drinking my coffee or beer and having an unobstructed view. I installed two custom windows. They're super efficient and opening as awnings for maximum air exchange. Each has a screen and blind built into it. *the van has two rooftop vans for maximum air exchange as well. *diesel heater to keep you warm at night with bluetooth remote control. *REAL Shower! 61 gallons of freshwater including 11 gallon isotherm sailboat water heater that heats while you drive, has an electric element as well, and remains hot for more than two days after parking. When I'm out with the dog this volume of water last me 10-14 days of drinking, cooking, cleaning, and two, five minute showers. *extra deep stainless steel sink. *nature's head composting toilet. I'd happily take it with me as they cost $1,000! *65 quart, 12V, fridge/freezer chest combo on 250lbs. locking slides. Both compartments can be set between 0 and 55 degrees farenheit. *beautiful walnut ceiling with 4' cherry butcher block counter combine to make the space feel cozy but not crowded. It's so beautiful to burn a candle and just listen to some music after a fulfilling day in the canyons. *5 large custommade overhead cabinets. *a full, fixed, lofted bed. The Ram is the widest of the three major cargovans on the market. I made my bed go across the back, with the head on the passenger side, foot box (still 2' of clearance of more) on the driver side. So the bed is 4" shorter than a standard full. I am 5'11", sleep diagonal when I'm alone, and when my partner is there my feet will graze the wall when I rollover some of the time, but not all. With little modification taller folks may want to reorient the bed. *the garage under the bed is huge. I have a full pull out slide for a mountain bike to be upright on the fork under the bed. I fit an inflatable kayak, all my fishing gear, tools to fix everything on the road, chainsaws, dutch ovens, a smoker for the trout I catch, folding table and chairs, full bug scrrens for bothe the slider and the rear doors, backpacking supplies, snow chains, shovel.....you'll have all the room you need. I've been full time in it for a couple years now. All the wood is in great shape. I put prefinished shiplap on the walls and they have not held up as well. Once the walls in the bed loft and in the kitchen absorbed enough heat the glue on the shiplap started to fail. So there's some bubbles and rips at this point. It could be replaced fairly easily. It could also be tolerated for awhile too. I think it was because of direct sunlight, so the shiplap around the bench seat has held up great. I never finished the inside of the sliding door. It's got it's blemishes from being lived in. It's built well and to last. It does have a rebuilt transmission, installed May of 2022. All the work and parts are under warranty for two years. It hasn't had any issues since being rebuilt. It has 21K miles on the new transmission. We'll be arriving in New Jersey the first week of April and can coordinate serious inquiries and tours around the northeast. The plan is to return to MN the last week of April. The van doesn't have to come all the way, or at all. More than willing to deliver somewhere along the way.
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