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Sold - 2016 Ford Transit 250 Campervan


Listed a year ago
Lafayette, Colorado

Seller's Description

About/General Overview • 2016 Ford Transit 250, 3.5L EcoBoost (vroom), Med. Height, Med. Wheelbase • 60,117 miles • One owner, purchased it with 23 miles • Full queen bed plus back seat that slides down into additional platform; have slept 4 people in the van when the snow was worthy MEP Features: • Webasto STC 2000 Gas Heater tapped into the gas tank, adjusted for high altitude, but easy to adjust to lower elevations. I just replaced the burner unit in February, so she’s clean and firing hot. Even in Colorado winters at 10k elevation, we won’t leave the heater running throughout the night – you’ll sweat. We’ll run it for an hour or so before bed, then turn it off until morning. Most cold nights, we’ll run a queen size electric blanket (will include) through the night and that’s it. • MaxxAir Deluxe 10 speed roof fan • Lifeline 255aH AGM Battery (GPL-8DA) • Sterling Power Products Battery to Battery Charger provides primary charging to the Lifeline battery at about 40 amps per hour while driving. • Renogy MPPT Solar charger with 160w panel on the roof. This is the top-off juice, or if you park somewhere for several days, this will provide some electricity. I’ve never gotten close to draining the battery • 1500w continuous, 3000w peak Pure Sine Inverter for 120v AC loads. Ski boot dryers, blenders, power tools… • 12v USB outlets in rear of van for plugging in while in bed, additional outlet at rear seat. • 16 gallon fresh water tank with electric switch-controlled pump • 2 gallon greywater tank Interior Features: • 1” Polyiso insulation on floor, R-6.5 • 2” Polyiso insulation on walls and ceiling, R-13 • Queen size high density mattress. Due to my height, I oriented the bed front-to-back. The mattress is cut into pieces that allow the backseat to exist, but then flip up into the horizontal position to complete the mattress. • The cabinetry has a pull-out cutting board, two drawers, and a slide-out hinging drawer that fits a medium size Yeti/Rtic cooler. The upper cabinet provides additional storage for food, tools or gear. • Backseat with lap belts. Backseat is framed with Unistrut, bolted through the floor 18 times to secure. The backseat seat portion is slotted, so it can slide out and provide additional “lower level” sleeping for people or dogs. • Under-bed storage area consists of multiple compartments. There is a long compartment that can fit 200cm skis, fishing rods, etc. There are two other closed compartments that have side-access doors for easy access. • Swivel seat on passenger seat • Heated driver and passenger seat • Carhartt removable seat covers, fit specific to the seats. Tight snug fit, easy to remove and wash • Insulated black window covers Exterior Features/Condition: • 2” Hitch • Will give you the 4-bike bike rack if you want it. It folds down enough to open the rear doors of the van. • I had installed some Hella fog lamps on the front, but they wore out. There is a small piece of aluminum angle across the front that can be used to mount fogs, or do whatever you want there with aftermarket bumpers and such. • Small dent/scratch along rear driver side body panel. It has been touched-up with matching paint. • Small dent/scratch on the upper right rear door. It has been touched-up with matching paint. • Small dent/scratch at right taillight. It has been touched-up with matching paint. • The tires on the van now are stud less snow tires nearing end of their life. You will need to replace the tires soon; before next winter if you’re going to be driving in the mountains. • Will include a pair of snow chains that have been put on the van less than 10 times. With snow tires, it handles decently in snow and ice, but always good to keep those chains in the back. The times I have gotten stuck I have deserved it, but the chains have rescued me. Don’t be dumb and you’ll be fine. • Was rear-ended at a stoplight last August, probably at 5 mph. It pushed a hitch-mounted bike rack into the back right door, which was nicely fixed by Caliber Collision. The bike rack on it now is new. • Windshield was replaced April 2023 by Safelite Explanation: I am selling this purely because my needs have changed, and it should be enjoyed by others who will use it more than me. The van has been a great tool and home-base for skiing, climbing, and camping throughout the Western states, and hope that the next owner continues to do the same.


  • make: Ford
  • model: Transit 250
  • year: 2016
  • fuel: Gasoline
  • odometer: 60,117 miles
  • sleeps: 2
  • seats: 2
  • type: Camper Van
  • roof: Regular


  • 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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