Okay guys hi. I am so sad to sell this van. I bought it in April with plans to live in it and travel in it and the fuel compressor didn’t work and the engine immediately busted. I bought it from a trusted seller but this problem was missed. I was driving it from Atlanta, Georgia and the van stopped driving and I took it to a mechanic in Georgia. The mechanic did replace the engine but I don’t believe that was necessary. I had another trusted mechanic look at it here and it seems there’s a problem with the coolant and the fuel compressor. This van only starts with starting fluid and does need work. The original mechanic also tore a bunch of the insides apart and did not put them back together. I added some photos of when I originally bought it and what it looks like now. It was originally owned by a couple in California who retired and they’re the ones that gutted it and built it out and added a hi-top which is roughly 6ft inside, you can stand up. One of the tires is flat but ultimately they all need to be replaced and I was quoted about $800 for that. There is some cosmetic rust but nothing affecting the interior. It does not have AC but it does have multiple fans in it and the gauges do not work on the inside. It currently has a full tank of diesel but the gauges are something that may ultimately need replacement. This van will be a great project and ultimately should run for a long time once it gets done TLC. I have a clean title and plates for the van to transfer over to you, too. It’s still a great van and will be amazing to live in and travel in! Now the van has a full sized bed, a closet, 2 huge water tanks, and tons of camping gear. The van also has an awning and really good bones. Currently selling $4000 OBO. I no longer can afford to work on it and have switched my plan in life. Please let me know if you have any questions! P.S. I bought tons of magnetic hooks and shelving for it that I will throw in too.
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