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Sold - 2004 Ford e150 stealth camper conversion ~adventure machine~


Listed a year ago
Seattle, Washington

Seller's Description

Odometer: 179,021.1 Engine: v8 4.6L, RWD MPG: 13-14 city, 17 highway Clean title in hand It’s time to part ways with my trusted travel partner Vinny (Vincent Van-Go). This van carried me across the country multiple times and up and down the west coast, skiing, climbing, surfing, and biking. I’m starting an MD-PhD program in the fall and this van still has so much adventure left in it, far more than I’ll be able to give it during this next phase of life. It’s time for it to find a new home. Build highlights: Fully insulated floor, ceiling, and walls with high R-value foam panel insulation, meticulously taped seems, and reflective coating. Rear passenger windows have reflectix for additional insulation at the most vulnerable thermal bridges. Beautiful and incredibly cozy white-birch carpentry finished with Daly’s seafin aquaspar. Clever interior build to maximizes space, comfort, and gear storage. Low profile - I’ve stealth-camped in big cities and small towns, ski resort parking lots, hostile surf-town turf, and Yosemite trailheads, without ever being hassled (and with appropriate etiquette and common sense). Dinette with sink and foot pump with a stow-able faucet 200 watts of solar charge a brand new 190aH lithium-ion battery (with back-up battery isolator to charge off the alternator) that powers: 4 LED ceiling lights with dimmer switches 1 LED strip light around the ceiling trim to set the mood Maxxfan ceiling fan for ventilation and cooling during hot summer days. Multiple DC outlets around the van for your small device charging needs Dometic Fridge 2000 Watt inverter perfect for charging laptops, running small household appliances like electric fans, a coffee grinder, or a reasonably sized electric heater. Rear wheel drive has been incredibly dependable with the weight of the vehicle - I’ve not once needed chains so long as the tires have had tread. Aftermarket Bluetooth radio Has thus far been rock solid mechanically. Drives like a dream once the oil is hot – miles on the open highway slip by. What is cooler than juicing up your laptop with sun beams during a morning surf before “clocking in” virtually or writing the next chapter of your travel blog? As the proud new driver of Vinny, you will discover the answer: nothing. What’s included: The awesome rig I just described Custom memory foam mattress Dometic fridge A kit outfitted with electrical tools, replacement parts and fuses, a detailed wiring diagram (and a tutorial from me for the buyer) All manuals for appliances 4 (2 large, 2 small) durable storage bins Milk cartons for dish storage Recent work done: Regular maintenance and oil changes (all service records available to potential buyers) Full exterior and interior detailing Oil change @ 177,983 Oil change, brake service (fluid flush) and fuel induction service; replaced shocks @ 174,782 Replace brake rotors, pads, and calipers; replace wheel bearing @ 173,761 New tires @ 171,448 Full 170,000-mile service @170,371 Vehicle history Clean title and Carfax – happy to share a copy of the report with serious buyers. I am the third owner and did the conversion myself (with help from an uncle who builds wooden boats - unfortunately we couldn’t make the van float). Prior owner was a family friend who used it as a retirement home transport vehicle and purchased it with low mileage at auction. Small ding in front driver-side fender was present when I bought it – could be easily replaced with a fender from a pick-and-pull lot (~$150 for the part) Rust on fenders Vehicle was stolen 2/6/23 and recovered within ten hours, parked on a residential street less than a mile away with no damage to the vehicle. Stolen interior furnishings (water jugs, milk cartons, some removable drawers) and accessory battery have been replaced and/or upgraded.


  • make: Ford
  • model: e150
  • year: 2004
  • fuel: Gasoline
  • odometer: 179,021 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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