Van has 264000 Miles, but runs real smoothly. Has new rear brakes/pads/rotors, and did same with front brakes a year ago. New power steering pump. Regular oil changes every 5-6000 miles. Custom camper van fully equipped for weekend getaways or full-time living. I've been living in it for the past year and hate to see it go, just need the cash. The van has 500W of solar power feeding a 200AH battery with 2000W inverter. This powers a 60L Dometic fridge and freezer (12V very efficient), lights, sound system, charging electronics, toaster, blender and electric stove. On a full charge, I can get 3 days of power when using the electric stove (uses a lot of power), and probably a week or more without using the stove; I recommend having a propane stove handy. Battery charges quickly under a day or two of sunshine, depending on clouds. There's a pretty spacious bed, it's about 5ft by 6ft I think, give or take a few inches. The bed is pretty high up so there's tons of storage space in the trunk. There's also tons of storage in the living space: drawers, shelves, cabinet-like spaces. The only essential thing that's really missing from the build is a sink, but I've been using 5 gallon jugs with a water pump and it's worked great for me. As for the van itself, it's been well maintained with regular oil changes every 5-6000 miles and never had any major issues, Only issues it currently has are: -Windows don't roll down. I got it diagnosed at firestone and they said it's a wiring issue which means it has to be taken to the dealer. I called the dealer and he said generally that would cost from $250-600. Since dealers are notoriously super expensive and scammers, I'll call this $1000 of work to fix. -AC doesn't work. Could need a pump, could need a recharge. Can't cost more than $500, $1000 max. So let's call it a probably overpriced $2000 of work to put into the van if you need to care for those things (even though it runs fine without it), probably closer to the $1000 though to be honest. I name these prices for transparency, and I'm willing to negotiate the price with these numbers in mind. And if you are a mechanic or wanna bring one with you who will have better knowledge of these things, by all means I'm open to it. Either way, the van runs great; has crossed the country three times FL — WA — FL —WA —CA, can handle rough mountain roads and is great for adventures. Any questions, don't hesitate, happy to answer anything
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