- “Rattle Trap” Sound Deadened - Heavily Insulated: Walls & Ceiling Double-Layered XPS Foam Board Insulation, 1 Layer on Floor. A combination of XPS Foam and/or Spray Foam everywhere possible, in the doors, in the ribs, etc. We built this for full-time living in a range of all possible conditions, so we did not skimp on the insulation stage of the build. - Flooring is Vinyl Sheet Flooring - There are incredibly strong studs in place underneath walls, strongly anchored straight to the metal ribs of the van. These were used to attach things like the desk, bed and wall planks - Walls are Pine tongue and groove planks - Thick, live-edge Ash wood desk. Many coats of clear coat. Anchored incredibly strongly into studs mentioned before directly in metal ribs on van. - Bed is secured in same way as desk, incredibly strong and sturdy. Bed itself is 3/4” plywood, measured to maximize storage space underneath, but also allows me to sit on it without hitting my head on the ceiling, I’m 5’ 10”. It has the exact width of a “Full” size, but is shorter. I can stretch out fully straight with my feet just barely starting to touch the wall. I usually slept slightly sideways just fine. - Under-bed storage is huge area and high enough to store large totes. -The build was designed for comfortable sitting on the bed and with a normal-sized office chair (not shown in any of the pictures but I can show you in person) will fit under the desk and allow you to sit comfortably and roll around the large floor area to comfortably reach everything needed including the desk area as well as the sink area. - Functioning sink / gray water set up with a slick customized water system I can show you. The sink itself is hand pump. The current fresh water carrying capacity is 12 gallons. - There is a storage area with a gap between the back edge of the bed and the back door, this is where I kept things like my clothes. With the current storage in the van, I was able to access everything I needed on a day to day basis all from inside the van itself. I only kept things only accessible via opening the back doors like emergency stuff such as the battery jump starter, tools, etc. You can drive this thing, park it, put up the window covers and cook and sleep and do whatever else all without having the need to leave the van at all, great for cold/rainy/stealthy situations. - Functional MaxxAir Fan, 12 speed, can circulate fresh air in or out - All windows tinted at 30% (highest currently allowed in Colorado) - Refletix Custom-cut window covers for all windows, including windshield - Propane “Mr. Buddy” Heater - Curtain blocking off the back of the van from the front driving section of the van. Helps with privacy and climate control as not nearly as much insulation in the front portion of the van - Clean Battery Box as shown in picture, includes battery, bigger fuses, and labeled fuse box - 100Ah Lithium Battery - 500 Watt Power Inverter mounted on bottom of desk with regular 3 prong outlets for laptop charging, Starlink connection, etc. - 100 Watt Renogy Solar Panel - Renogy DCC50S 12V 50A Board Battery Charger with MPPT. Charges Lithium House Battery with both Solar Panel and Alternator when van is turned on and running. When house battery is fully charged, it actually charges the regular van battery via the solar panel as well. - Multiple 12V inputs connected to van house battery throughout the van - Multiple USB inputs connected to house battery throughout the van for electronics charging - Lights and light switches and dimmers for ceiling lights both cool and warm temperatures for day and night time. - MaxxAir fan 12 speed for circulating air inside for cooling and outside for venting/cooking - Every component is fused correctly and wire gauge is thicker than it needs to be for extra security. Extra fuses will be included. - Battery Monitor mounted by desk - Aftermarket Apple CarPlay capable head unit connected to backup camera installed wire-free, includes mic for phone calls. - Aftermarket Rockford Fosgate speakers - weBoost Drive Reach Cell Phone Signal Booster. Connected and mounted on roof, connected to an on/off switch in the van connected to the van house Lithium Battery. - Dometic CFX3 25 Cooler. Connected via 12V full-time to house battery - Electrical system is capable of handling addition of Starlink as well if interested. - 12V Electric Heated Blanket The Van Itself: The Good: - Mechanically Solid, I have a mechanics report as of end of July 2023 for you to review if interested - I’ve always been more than diligent on keeping up with repairs and maintenance as this was my full-time home for two years - All-Season Tires - New battery, whole cooling system (radiator, water pump, etc), new brakes (pads, rotors, etc). - Less than 100k miles - 2nd Owner, only had 40k miles on it when I bought it from a dealer, I have put all the other miles on it while living in it traveling back and forth across the country so obviously the vast majority of the current miles on it are highway miles. The Bad: - Rock chip on windshield, it has been repaired - Even though the brakes are new, they do squeal when close to coming to a stop - Again, I wasn’t planning on selling the van when I was living in it and I wanted to tint all of my windows for climate control help so I decided to do it myself. I did put the tint on myself and feel like I did a pretty good job considering I was by myself doing it for the first time in a less than ideal environment (a Louisiana swamp). But, a few weeks later, on both front windows, it started to peel up a bit in the bottom corner when the windows would be rolled down. So, I just Gorilla taped the tint down in those sections. It works 100% fine now as it should and the windows roll up and down no problem, it just looks a little trashy from the inside - No “button” car alarm lock capability, and lock function from passenger door doesn’t work. Basically, to lock all doors from the inside press the lock button on any door except the Passenger door (driver, side and/or rear door). The unlock all button works on all doors. To unlock I just manually use the van key to get in any of the doors and then press the unlock all doors button from there if desired. This has never been a problem for me because I wouldn’t want to use the car alarm anyway because most of the time either me and/or my dog was inside of it moving around so that wouldn’t work anyway, but just so you know that this will not be available. Title is clean, but has a lien on the title for the auto loan still due to Capital One. I'd be happy to discuss the sale process involving this.
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