Ford E350 XLT SuperDuty Econoline Camper Van, a custom conversion by Contravans in Boulder,CO. (link below). The van seats five passengers in factory installed seats/seatbelts. Bench seats in the back half of the van with removal table, transforms into a bed. The front driver and passenger seats swivel to face the 2nd row bench seat. Our family is in a different phase of life now, but this van let all five of us hit the open road to some awesome off the grid places while we could. The Webasto off grid gasoline heater was a crucial add on, I'm glad we went with it. It taps into the gas tank for the heater, uses surprisingly little fuel and keeps the van nice and toasty. The house battery electrical system charges from the alternator while you drive and then switches to the solar panel while you're parked. I'm including a 2" hitch mounted Swivel Arm, it's handy for mountain biking trips so we could swing the bikes to the side and cook in the rear kitchen without having to pull the bikes off the rack. (bike rack not included) I've put the list of all the conversions below and links to the heater, roofrack and the conversion company. Conversions: - Two bench seats in the rear table that convert into a bed for sleeping 2 people inside the van - Table w/ Lagun Adjustable Mount in front between driver/passenger seat and the 2nd row seats - Four-piece 4” memory foam mattress - Storage under the seats and under the bed - Kitchen unit in rear with stainless steel sink, 4-gallon gray & fresh water tanks, Dometic drawer refrigerator, 2-burner dual fuel camping stove, and storage - Electrical system: Two110Ah AGM batteries, Pure Sinewave 1000W inverter for charging small electronics, and USB charging stations - Interior LED lighting on a dimmer switch, connected to house battery - MaxxAir 10-speed vent fan with remote - Driver and passenger swivel seats - 100W Solar panel, Charge Controller and Bluetooth system monitor - Webasto Evo40 Heater and SmartTemp Controller, https://www.heatso.com/webasto-air-top-evo-40-12v-gasoline-heater-kit-with-smartemp-3-0-bluetooth-controller/ - VanTech Roof Rack with Three T-slot Crossbars (3 shown, 5 available). https://vantech.us/product/aluminum-h3-system-with-acc-for-a-ford-econoline-1992-on/ - Hitch w/ 2" Receiver - Yakima BackSwing swing away hitch adapter (max 250lbs load) Contravans.com was the conversion company. They did a great job and were great to work with. They also used our van as a template for large families; https://www.contravans.com/ford-econoline-5-passenger-camper-conversion The Van itself is in great condition, it's a Ford E350, these vans are long lasting, and the last year Ford made this style before they decided to just make sprinters. One of many lists out there on the longevity of these vans; https://www.iseecars.com/longest-lasting-cars-study Mileage: 136,XXX. It is currently at 136,252. We aren't taking anymore trips but occasionally need to drive it locally. Ford Econoline E350 XLT Super Duty 5.4 L. BFGoodrich All Terrain T/A Tires No mechanical issues, the van drives great. A few cosmetic/convenience issues: There is a tire pressure sensor that blinks regardless of the actual tire pressure, so we just occasionally check the tire pressure the old-fashioned way. There is also a small dent in the rear bumper, its' exactly where the "CAVO"(Capulin Volcano) sticker is placed, you can see it in one of the pics. The radio doesn't work. It's an aftermarket 7" Boss Touchscreen with removable face. The screen went black, and they don't make that model anymore. The speakers are the original factory installed so we weren't missing much and never got around to replacing it.
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