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, Arizona
128,900 Miles
Last Modified August 7, 2023

*Price lowered this week only*
2010 Chevrolet Express 2500 2wd
8 cylinder 4.8
128k miles
16 MPG average
Clean Arizona title

Bought this van in late 2020 to convert and travel all over the U.S. Now it’s time to pass it on for someone else to enjoy. Spent about $10k on conversion and upgrades.

Great for vanlife or as a weekend camper.

Build was done with the best materials and with durability in mind. This van does a good job at remaining stealthy and won’t draw much attention. Low top allows to fit in garages, drive thrus, car port etc. Solid reliable van with accessible parts and low cost maintenance.

Open to offers from serious buyers. Not looking for trades – cash only

– Thinsulate SM600L 1.75in thick on walls, rear doors, sliding door and ceiling
– Webasto 2000STC gasoline heater
– SOK 12v 206ah LiFePO4 battery
– Rich Solar 200 watt solar panel
– Renogy 50A DC-DC / MPPT charge controller
– ARB 50 quart slide-out refrigerator
– Renogy 700 watt inverter
– Two roof fans: 12” 3 speed reversible and 6” variable speed vent (gets a nice breeze going even in warm weather)
– Vinyl waterproof flooring with 1/2” high density foam insulation
– Sirocco II Omni-directional fan
– Dimming LED lights
– Power locks and power windows
– Python Remote start alarm with shock sensor, window break sensor and door trigger
– Pioneer head unit with Bluetooth, CD/DVD and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto
– Mirror mounted touchscreen dash camera and real-time rear view camera
– Window tint both windows plus ceramic clear tint on windshield
– Baltic birch cabinets and 8020 aluminum bed frame
– Lots of storage underneath AND behind bed for gear, tools, clothes etc

….and other things I’m forgetting plus more goodies that I’ll include with the van (recovery boards, snow chains, windshield cover etc.)

The good:
Solid engine zero issues
All maintenance done on time
Clean engine bay and frame
Arizona van – no rust
No dents or body damage
No leaks on roof vents or cable entry gland
Fresh full synthetic oil
E85 flex fuel

The bad:
Paint is peeling as typical on these vans (has white vinyl cover ups to prevent further peeling)
Bed accommodates people no taller than 5’9”
Roof rack is pretty beat up – no damage to solar panel though!

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