Selling my self-converted campervan! I bought and converted this van in 2021. Spent about 11 months living out of it full time with a partner, and have transitioned to making smaller day trips out of it. I'll be moving into the city and thus it's time for the van to find it's new owner(s)! -- If you are interested, but aren't local to CT, I'd be happy to discuss delivery of the van as an option -- Purchased at 141k miles, I have driven it another 20k in 2.5 years. It runs extremely reliably and can handle long trips and long days. It's driven from the Northeast, down to Baja, Mexico and back with no major issues. She gets ~16mpg on the highway with a very reliable 5.4L V8 engine. Since owning it, the following work has been done: - Regular oil & filter changes - Fuel pump changed & brakes serviced @ 140k miles - Spark plugs and ignition coils replaced @141k miles - Catalytic converter replaced @158k miles - Left and right ball joints replaced, front brake hardware replaced @161k miles - Passed CT Emissions Inspection May 2023 Inside the van: - Comfortable 8inch sectional foam mattress. Width of a double, but a bit shorter. Sleeps two small/average height individuals (I am 5'11, my partner 5'4, and we shared comfortably) - Mattress and bed frame folds away for more space and access to storage - Dinette with 2 seats and fold-down table for eating or working - 100Watt stowable solar panel, 100Ah LiFePO4 battery, 20amp charge controller, external battery charger, and 200watt pure sine inverter - USB outlets powered by the solar battery system - Handwash/dish sink with running water, 2 6L water supply tanks and a small grey water tank - Mounted-in-place 2 burner camp stove, with refillable 1.2 gallon propane tank - Large rear storage space, accessible from outside and inside. Can easily stow a paddleboard, folding kayak, hobby supplies, tools, extra clothes out outdoor gear back there. - Cabinets, drawers, underseat storage, and a small electrical closet/storage area - 2 additional porthole windows which open for airflow - Bug screens on side and rear doors - Solar window covers for heat/privacy - Backup camera - Aftermarket radio with aux input - No toilet included, but I used a fairly inexpensive cassette/RV toilet and stowed it in the back, which is my recommended option for anyone looking to go camping off the grid The interior dimensions are roughly 11ft x 6ft for the converted space, plus the front driving cabin. The interior height is abut 4'5, about the best you can get for a standard roof van. The ceiling was intentionally left uncovered to maintain the most interior height possible. Inside, I can fully extend my posture while sitting or kneeling. The van's frame and undercarriage has been confirmed to be structurally sound by my mechanic, with only some cosmetic surface rust. We patched up and repainted some minor cosmetic body issues relating to rust and that has held up perfectly for the past two years with no sign of any issue. Additionally, the roof/windows are leak free. If you are interested, please send me message and I'd be happy to answer any questions, give a video tour, or arrange to meet up. Thanks for reading!
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