Camper Systems: Features- Ceiling Hatch Heater- Propane Potable Water Capacity- 10gal (5 for fresh, 5 for grey) Vent- 1 Auxiliary Battery Type- Lithium Auxiliary Battery Amp Hour- 200ah Inverter Type- Pure Sine Inverter Size- 2250 watts Exterior Upgrades: Features-Vented Windows, Aftermarket Wheels / Tires, Aftermarket Suspension, Auxiliary Lighting Vehicle Description - 2010 Chevy Express 1500 5.4L V8 126xxx miles All Wheel Drive 2 inch lift kit 32" tires Apple Car Play Remote Start Security System Backup camera Battery cutoff switch Kitchen - Black farmhouse sink, 2 burner propane stove, 5-gallon removable fresh water tank, 5-gallon grey water tank with an external drain line, foot pump to run water to the sink Electrical - Giandel 2200V Pure Sin Wave Inverter 2× 100 Amp hour SOK Lithium Batteries Powermax PM4 35A Smart Battery Charger Renogy 50A Charge Controller with the ability to add solar Shore power charging + alternator power charging controlled via easily accessible rotary dial Charge controller with capability for solar charging as well. Solar panels were never added to keep it stealth but wanted the option in the future. 12V lights over the kitchenette 110v overhead diffused strip lighting Heating and Cooling - Havelock wool insulation Propex HS2000 propane heater for internal heat 20Lb internal propane tank with propane leak detection alarm Maxxair rooftop vent fan Insulated window curtains 65L Yeti Cooler included Layout - The bed converts to a couch and back again. Can be done easily with one person. The couch was constructed using the hardware from an Ikea sofa. Not included is the mattress, however, it fits a full size futon mattress perfectly. Storage space underneath allows enough room for 72 inch skis/snowboards to be stored or whatever else. The wardrobe and food storage cabinets are made of cedar, the countertops are made of mahogany cut into butcherblock style, all the trim and ceiling running boards are mahogany with multicolor controlled light strips above them, but note that they are AC so they run while the inverter is on. There is a media cabinet between the electrical cabinet and wardrobe that has easy charge points for phones and laptops. Custom sewn curtains to separate the front cab from the back living space, and block out all of the windows. The side doors were blocked off for the kitchen and when opened from the outside you have access to a 'wet room', a small compartment that has been waterproofed to put boots, and rain gear that you don't want to bring into the van with you until you can clean it off. Height of van while inside does not allow standing, although, moving around can be done with ease. This van originally was from the midwest and my partner and I purchased it on the east coast. We drove it all up and down the east coast to the New England area and into the midwest, our purpose of traveling with the van was to find a new place to move to. This van was designed to be an adventure van, works best when boondocking for 3-7 days at a time or close to power hook ups at a house or campsite. This van is very stealthy and have not ran into any issues city camping. The airbag light is on due to the original conversion of the van because the rear air bags needed to be removed for obvious reasons. The van passed Maryland state inspection in 2023. State inspection had us do a headlight alignment, replace license plate light bulb, and adjust the emergency parking brake so it engages properly. Proof to show for newly purchased tires, recent brake fluid exchange, new ABS wheel sensor, new brake pads (front and rear), new brake rotors. Recently had an oil change on 8/5/2023, 3500 miles left until oil change as all oil changes go up to 5000, spare oil is in cabinet for any top off needed. Things included with purchase of van: Haul master hitch mount folding cargo carrier with 750 LB carrying capacity. Also included is the lock and 2 keys that are tied onto the rack. We used this rack to store the cooler and extra water storage. Skeeter beeters are also included, we have 2 for side and rear cargo doors, and 2 for the front driver and passenger windows. They help to keep the bugs out at night and to allow better ventilation while using the ceiling fan. We also have a newly purchased van cover to cover the entire van if storing outdoors, (picture not included as we just purchased this), front windshield sun cover, 2 side window sun covers (these worked great for summer adventuring to help keep the heat out) There is a cubby space that was created for a small animal or you can use that for whatever needed for an easy grab of things, or cover it up entirely. Reach out to me if you have any questions. There is a small dent on the side. Normal "minor" rust as stated by an auto body shop, it is normal for this type of van and it was confirmed that it has many many years to go before needing to replace anything. Had no issue getting this van into and out of places. Thanks for your interest and happy vanning, James and Lexi :)
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