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2009 C4500 Topkick Ambulance Conversion

$28,500

Listed 7 months ago
Littleton, Colorado

Seller's Description

For sale is my 2009 AEV C4500 Ambulance conversion. I've had the ambulance for 2 years and built it out to hold me over until I got my truck camper. It's been to Baja and Sonora several times, to the East Coast and back, to OR and throughout the Rockies. Very easy to drive for a big truck with an incredibly tight turning radius. I've only used synthetic oil and Mobil 1 filter since owning it and have changed the oil, fuel filter, and maintained it regularly. Truck has a mild tow/economy tune to help with better fuel economy and driving in the mountains. I routinely average 12-13 mpg and have gotten as high as 14 mpg, all hand calculated at the pump. Ambulances have to meet very strict Federal regulations and of superior crash/rollover standards. As a class III, it uses the Topkick cab and chassis with the ultra reliable Duramax engine paired with the Allison 1000RDS transmission. The custom aluminum box wa made by Mickey Truck Bodies and is mounted to the frame with elastomer plates for a torsion free setup. There is a direct pass thru from the truck to the camper compartment. The emergency lights are still functioning but are clear lens so no need to remove or blackout. The compartment HVAC unit runs through the same master control panel and provides superb heat and A/C when the truck is running. Auto-eject 120V shore power plug has separate breaker box to run 120V powered onboard outlets and the engine heater. The 120V inverter can also run the 120V outlets when the truck is running. I have several PDF files from the AEV engineers for electrical, box, and build specs. I have several 4 point harnesses from the removed rear seating (can be reinstalled to allow seating on the lower bunk), and a heavy duty floor mounted swivel attendants seat base that can go with. Truck: -Fleet maintained for years -New engine with turbo and injectors in 2020 -202kmi on the body, 26kmi on new engine -Very reliable and smooth Allison 1000 transmission -6 new load G tires when I bought it with tons of life -Class IV receiver hitch -Engine brake -Engine block heater -Redarc trailer brake -Rear air bag suspension -Bilstein shocks front and rear -40 gallon diesel tank -VanTop forward and reverse camera -Locking rear differential -Thule cross bars over truck cab -Rails on box roof for Thule or Yakima bars -Tons of storage with exterior compartments on both sides -Additional 12v compressor driven 3 gallon air tank with quick connect fitting mounted underbody -Hella driving lights -GM digital shop manual Camper compartment: -Currently setup to maximize open floorspace with 2 bunk beds (I have slats for making a full-size pullout lower bed) -Indel B 12v refrigerator with freezer compartment -Stainless steel sink with pull out neck -Heated 20 gallon fresh water tank in side compartment -12v water pump -5 gallon gray water tank -Plumbed with Pex tubing -Propane catalytic heater -2 burner propane quick connect Camp Chef Ranger cooktop -40lb propane tank in exterior vented compartment -LED dimmable interior puck lighting -100AH heated Renogy Lithium battery -Renogy Adventurer charge controller -Renogy Lithium Battery Monitor -Victron Orion Smart 30 amp battery to battery charger (charges house battery when vehicle is running) -200W solar panel on roof -2 Maxxfan dome vent fans -Porta potty closet with never used Thetford cassette toilet (cassette can be accessed from an exterior cabinet) -Rear folding awning -Tons of interior cabinet space -Just installed Lifeproof composite flooring Fully ready for your next adventures. Converted to RV registration with clean/clear AZ title. No special license needed and insurance is easy, with Progressive being the cheapest by far in my experience.

About

  • make: GMC
  • model: C4500
  • year: 2009
  • fuel: Diesel
  • odometer: 202,000 miles
  • sleeps: 2
  • seats: 4
  • type: Ambulance
  • roof: Regular

Amenities

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

Kitchen

  • kitchen
    Fridge
  • Stove
  • Sink
  • dining
    Table
  • microwave
    Microwave
  • Oven

About the Seller

Kris
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