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Sold - 2006 Dodge Sprinter 158WB Hi Roof Custom Conversion


Listed 5 months ago
Santa Barbara, California

Seller's Description

VERY Motivated Seller 2006 Dodge Sprinter 2500 with less than 45,000 original miles - AKA: Unicorn status 🦄 **Professional Custom Conversion** – 158 WB - Extended Length – High Roof (easy 6'1" headroom) – Diesel – 2.7 Liter Inline V5 Automatic – 154 Horsepower – 25 mpg (500 miles between fill ups) – Fully insulated camper Just got $11,000 worth of upgrades this year including: – 2nd Renogy 100 amp hour lithium battery and converter – Undermount propane tank – Shore power (plug in anywhere) – Beautiful pine tongue and groove walls This van is a fully equipped home on wheels with: – Full size Norcold 3-way fridge – Comfy queen 6″ memory foam bed – Ample cabinets and storage – Huge underbed storage space – Unique blue/green backsplash – 300W solar panel (blends in/stealth) – 170ah Renogy Lithium Battery – 100ah Renogy Lithium Battery – 3000w Inverter – 12v LED lights – 2 MaxxAir fans – 20 gallon water tank – Kitchen sink with pump, water, and grey water tank below sink – Butcher block countertops – 2 burner gas stove – Pop up HOT shower in back - Camplux water heater (hot showers all day long) – Nature’s Head composting toilet – Awning – Backup camera – Anti-theft kill switch THIS VAN IS TURNKEY! Ready to move in and GO. Including: dishes, cups, pots and pans, knife set, silverware, sheets, towels, blankets, tea kettle, cutting board… All the comforts of home. Also throwing in: – First aid kit – Emergency kit (with traffic cones) – Leveling parking blocks – Tool kit with electric drill You could literally drive away and live comfortably without stopping at a supply store or buying a single thing. * New tires with only 6000 miles * Registered as a Recreational Vehicle (for insurance - this was not an easy process - you won't have to repeat) * Registration good until June 2024 * Passes smog easily every time ** FUN FACT #1 ** SUPER STEALTH - Most conversions have obvious solar panels and sporty exterior accessories that scream "someone lives here". With THIS van, the black solar panel blends in with the black exterior. It looks like a utility van - not a camper. If you want to be able to sleep peacefully anywhere, without getting the “dreaded knock” in the middle of the night, you want a van that blends in. With black out curtains between the cab and the living space, I never got the knock in my years living and traveling in this van full time. ** FUN FACT #2 ** This van was originally a satellite van for a radio station in Philadelphia, which is the reason for the insanely low mileage for a 2006 T1N. It still has a whole life ahead, just waiting to stretch out on the open road!!! These vans (specifically the T1N generation 2002 - 2006) will go a minimum of 500,000 to a million miles if you care for it the way I have. That said.... The exterior is 18 years old and it does show. There are dents and dings here and there throughout. The original paint was white and the black paint job was done cheap (not by me). You can still see the decals from the radio station this van used to belong to. It's not a showroom van. It's a down and dirty van on the outside. But when you open that door and look inside, it sparkles. VERY unassuming! ** FUN FACT #3 ** I named this van Pepe. You can name it whatever you like… But Pepe took care of me through 2 countries, 6000 miles, and 2 years of full time blissful van life. 🙂 I originally paid $18,500 for the van (because I know the value of low miles on a T1N). Plus $50,000 for the custom conversion. Plus $11,000 in upgrades. This is an $80,000 camper (with all records and receipts) - now priced at $60,000. My lifestyle has changed. I live in the city with on-street parking. I have no time to travel. I need to sell. ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED.


  • make: Dodge Sprinter
  • model: 2500
  • year: 2006
  • fuel: Diesel
  • odometer: 44,845 miles
  • sleeps: 2
  • seats: 2
  • type: Camper Van
  • roof: Hi Top


  • ac_unit
    Air conditioner
  • health_and_safety
  • Solar panels
  • electrical_services
    Power inverter
  • Heater
  • Ceiling fan
  • Backup camera
  • shower
  • Extra storage
  • Toilet
  • accessible_forward
    Wheelchair accessible
  • AWD
  • 4WD
  • electric_rickshaw
  • Tow hitch
  • tv
  • Water tank
  • Leveling jacks
  • pedal_bike
    Bike rack


  • kitchen
  • Stove
  • Sink
  • dining
  • microwave
  • Oven

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