Van Details: 2006 Dodge Sprinter 3500 138” Wheelbase 6” interior 10” exterior height Diesel Engine Mileage: 120k Clean title Transmission: automatic White Mechanical Work: Inspected and up to date as of 9/7/2022 Full mechanical history provided Oil change as of 3/9/2023 Brand new General Grabber All Terrains Tires as of 2/13/2022 *all paperwork will be included Exterior Work: Windows - Installed two C.R.Lawrence windows, drivers side forward & passenger awning style bunker window Rust treatment & prevention Solar Panels - mounted 200watts rigid solar panels on the roof Prime Design hydraulic lift / roof rack Interior Work: Sound dampener - Kilmat Sound Deadener Pads Insulation - Reflectix and hard board insulation R-7.5 Wood Framing Floors - life proof laminate tongue and groove floor paneling Ceiling - tongue and groove pine panels, natural stain Fan - MaxxAir Fan Deluxe ceiling mounted with rain hood, intake & output with manual opening and keypad control, hooked up to solar electrical system Solar System: Two 100 Watt Rigid solar panels from Renogy 1000w 12v pure sine wave inverter with corded remote controller from Renogy 12v 100AH deep cycle AGM battery with battery box from Renogy Battery monitor from Renogy Solar system currently powering the outlets, overhead fan, and fridge. Electrical System Blue Sea System Fuse Block - 12 Circuits with Negative Bus - room for lots of additions 2 port wall outlet 1 AC port wall outlet Remote battery on/off switch Additional Features: 12V 30quart (28L) Truck Fridge Custom built bed - little larger than full-size bed frame with a full size tri-fold 6” thick mattress Five rechargeable battery powered color changing and dimmable puck lights mounted to the ceiling, you can also set them on a timer so you can fall asleep with dimmed lights on and not worry about running out of battery. Custom cabinetry, fold out chop block table, sanded, stained, and polyurethane treated chop block countertops Kitchen - large white porcelain farmhouse sink with flexible faucet and on/off flow options Plumbing - 2 AquaTainer 5 gallon tanks under the sink; 1 gray water and 1 fresh water; faucet powered by marine foot pump Custom kitchen bench with storage underneath and custom sewn seat cushion Custom built Barn Door entry to the ‘garage’ from inside the van, hook-and-eye latch close Garage (under the bed) build / optimized for organization and storage Mounted magnetic knife & silverware rack Privacy blackout curtains to divide the front of the van from the living quarters High definition back-up camera AM/FM stereo Other Included Items: Custom detachable side door bug net Propane-powered Mr. Buddy space heater Windshield cover First Aid Kit Fire Extinguisher Carbon Monoxide Alarm Tire Chains (required in Colorado) 5 gallon separate diesel tank for emergencies 2 burner stove Van Bio: This 2006 Dodge Sprinter Converted Camper has all you need for simple but durable off-grid living and is move-in ready! We built this van a couple years ago in pursuit of living fully off-grid. It's fully equipped with a solar system that powers the outlets, overhead fan, and fridge. Plus, it has the capacity to upgrade and add more electrical devices should you want to add to it! The kitchen has brand new cabinetry, freshly sanded, stained, and treated countertops with an extendable end table for extra counter space or an extra place to eat & work. The sink and faucet system consists of a brand new farmhouse sink with flexible faucet and a marine foot-pump powered plumbing system for fresh water stored in a 5 gallon tank. The greywater tank is also 5 gallons, making filling up and dumping a rare activity. The cabinet doors close tight and secure with magnets. The custom built full-sized bed is sturdy and spacious, a little bit bigger than a standard full-size bed, it easily fits two people. The bed is topped with a tri-fold 6 inch thick mattress that has a cooling gel foam layer for temperature regulation. The BougeRV 28L fridge fits everything I've ever needed for camp food and drinks. Turn on any or all of the 6 battery powered lights from the mounted remote and have the ability to dim the lights to your preference and even change the color - red, blue, green or white! Each light is also an individual button, making it easy to turn certain lights on where you need them while conserving the others. Find on the remote 4 options to put the lights on a timer. 15, 30, 60 & 120 minutes so you can fall asleep with lights on and not worry about the batteries running low. The double back doors include a floating shelf for books and storage as well as a drawbridge style bedside table that hinges down when you need it and back up when you're on the move. Underneath the bed is the “garage” where there is plenty of room for all of your gear and adventure essentials! With sections organizing the front from the back, you can decide what items to keep up front so you can access them from inside the van versus the things you keep in the back to access by opening up the back doors. Inside the van, a custom built barn-door slides open to give you access to the “garage” and locks closed with a ‘hook and eye’ latch. The van itself is a dream to drive, I have been told by every mechanic and car-buff that 2006 is the golden year for Dodge & Mercedes-made engines, also called the T1N, it is known for driving well into the millions of miles with no issues. I have actually been advised on multiple occasions not to sell this van at all because of this lol. The diesel engine makes it a beast on the highway (it literally gets better gas mileage than my subaru) - smooth cruise control and rare stops at gas stations. At only 120k miles, this van is a baby with a very, very, long life ahead of it! Some additional things to know: - A/C is not strong. ive never minded because with the windows down its always comfortable. no issues with the head in winter, but A/C could definitely get updated. - i have a builder here who helped me with my solar installation and cabinetry, i would be happy to share his info with you post-sale so you can have your very own van build consultant :) - same goes for my mechanic, who knows the van very well ^ We absolutely love our van and it’s so hard to let it go after 2 years of adventures and memories, but we are ready to move onto the next adventure and we know that this tiny home on wheels will be the perfect fit for someone who is ready to hit the road!
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