We have absolutely loved this van and all the adventures it has provided our family! Literally anywhere we go, in town or on a road trip, we have everything we need, which is amazing when you have kids. As torn as we are about selling (we are the original owners), we’ve decide to give electric and a roof top tent a try and can’t justify keeping both. Most camper vans won’t work for a family with kids because they don’t have designated factory installed seats and seatbelts. I designed my build around the rear factory installed seat and it creates amazing space within the van. The sleeping platform folds back and out of the way when needed and when the kids are small they fit underneath without the need to fold back. All cabinets are custom made to work with Ikea bins creating tons of storage and easy access to your stuff. Honestly, this has been one of the best design ideas of the build out. We have bins for everything (beach, toys, trash, first aid, clothes, food) and they can be pulled out and taken wherever you need them…for example, clothes bins and food bins come inside to make packing easy. Sleeping platform: frame is made from 1” steel tube providing lots of “garage” space to fit two mountain bikes and all your gear. Insulation: the ceiling and walls are insulated with 3M thinsulate. The window areas have reflectix. Heater: there is ‘t an auxiliary heater, however, since this was a passenger van conversion it has a separate heater under the passenger seat that vents through the floor in the rear of the van. You should be able to see the black vents on the floor in the pictures. What worked for us was to set the heat and fan dials all the way up when we went to bed and then we’d turn on the van with the remote start to warm things up when necessary. Air conditioner: there isn’t an auxiliary air conditioner, just the Maxxfan, however there is a rear air conditioner that is vented by the two rear seats. Air conditioner is in bottom box under 110 charger. Same as heat, we’d use the remote start to cool things off as needed. Reach out with questions. Thanks for looking! Details: - 2015 Ford Transit 350 XLT Powerstroke Diesel Engine - 64,000 miles - RWD (Quadvan and Quigley can convert to 4x4) - 2” tow hitch with electrical hookup - Renogy 100W x 2 solar panels on roof - Renogy 40 Ah mppt charge controller - Renogy Deep Cycle AGM 12 volt 200Ah battery (new 2/2022) - 110 shore power battery charger (you can plug in on cloudy days if needed) - 12 volt ARB fridge/freezer (we love the location for inside or outside cooking!) - 12v pump sink with 5 gal fresh container and 5 gal gray water container. - Passenger seat swivels - MaxxAir ceiling fan with remote - Remote start (two key fobs) - All Ikea bins included - Cook stove included - Reflectix window coverings included - new LVP flooring - Summer and winter tires with good tread included (Michelin Cross Climate and Continental Van Contact) - for the summer tires Costco is offering replacements since the Cross Climate tires show a winter icon and they aren’t winter rated. - Averaging 21-22 mpg on highway Mechanical: van is in great shape both inside and out. 60k service was just done, which included oil change, air filter change, rear differential fluid change, fuel pump change. We also just had both the front and rear brakes and rotors replaced and also added rear sumo springs. Diesel engines have amazing torque and run forever unlike gasoline!
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