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Virginia Beach
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Virginia Beach
, Virginia
195,087 Miles
Last Modified April 17, 2024

Hi! We are listing our van, Lady May. If you like what you read, send us your best offer as we are motivated sellers!

She is a 2015 Ford Transit 350 HD – the largest model in Ford’s cargo line. Professional build with an off grid generator and rear AC. Current mileage on the ODO is 195,100. Clean title in hand and current Virginia State Inspection as of February 2024. Specs include:

3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost, Twin Turbo
High roof – 6’5″ of standing room inside
148″ wheel base with a 2 foot rear extension
Recent maintenance/repairs (all done at Ford Dealership and include warranties):
January 2024

Passenger side Turbo – completely replaced, Passenger side exhaust manifold – completely replaced

Coolant and oil lines to turbos – completely replaced

Front Brakes – completely replaced

November 2023

Spark Plugs – completely replaced

November 2022

Alternator – completely replaced

October 2022

Driver Side Turbo – completely replaced

Driver Side exhaust manifold – completely replaced

New Vehicle Battery


We are Lady May’s second owners. We purchased Lady May in March 2022 and the build out was completed in November 2022. The build out was professionally done by Carefree Camper Company, based out of Wickenburg AZ. Lady May has been maintained by Ford Dealerships.

With Lady May prepped, we hit the road full time at the end of 2022. We travelled full time and adventured with our two dogs (a golden retriever and aussie/yellow lab mix). We started out in Virginia (our home) and went to the bottom of Key West, up to the tip of Maine, out to San Deigo, California (and everywhere in between) – even dipped into Canada for a bit.

Our set up was ideal for two adults (6’5” male and 5’5” female) and two pups. Lady May is fully equipped for remote work – I spent the entire year working my 9-5 from the van.

We are sad to say goodbye to life on the road but are ready for our next adventure of growing our family!

Living Space:

Lady May has more than enough storage space for anything you’d want to bring with you for life on the road. The driver side has a closet (37 ½” x 10” x 27 ¼”) and pull-out pantry (37 ½” x 10” x 22”), leaving space for the Nature’s Head Composting Toilet underneath. Next to the pantry and closet, there is a 35” x 23 ½” bench. This was the remote workspace, which included a Lagun Mount butcher’s block table (22 ¼” x 15”) and mount for your monitor (dual screens for more productivity!) The Lagun mount swivels in all directions and I could adjust my workspace to a standing desk when I wanted. Under the bench, you’ll find the 12v Iceco dual zone fridge.

The passenger seat swivels around, opening the living space even more. You can use the flip up table (22 ½” x 16 ½”) attached to the kitchen area as a desk for the swivel passenger seat as well.

Perfectly placed in the middle of the living space and bedroom area, there is a 14X14 Maxxair fan to provide optimal air flow.


We love to eat and we cooked a lot in the van. We also love to stock up on our favorites at Costco and we had every bit of space needed! — something we couldn’t sacrifice while living on the road. We maximized the utility of the kitchen in our build. Cooking on the road was enjoyable, and we never felt limited with tons of storage in the pull-out pantry and the lower and overhead cabinets.

Butcher block counter top – 51 ½” x 23”
Black Stainless steel sink – 16″ wide x 14″ long x 9″ deep
Portable induction cooktop – 10 5/8” X 12 3/4” (fits perfectly in kitchen drawer) quickly heats, easy clean up, and energy efficient
Iceco VL75Pro Dual Zone (12v) – holds well over a week’s worth of groceries for 2 people

The bed is 8 inch thick memory foam mattress is just shy of a full king sized bed (80” x 67”). There are passenger and driver side slider windows that open near your head, providing great views and a cool breeze.

The bed converts into a U-shaped Bench area with a Lagun Mount butcher’s block table (57” x 22 ¼”). Enough room for 4-6 to eat, play games, or hang out around.


A Nature’s Head composting toilet is tucked away under the pull-out pantry and closet. When needed, just open the door and slide it out.

Garage Space:

Lady May has all the amenities for life on the road, but also, does not skimp on storage space. The driver side garage contains electrical, generator, inverter, and LCD display. The passenger side garage houses the plumbing system and the heating system. The rear garage holds the 40 gallons fresh water tank. All three are easily accessible.

Water System:

Lady May is equipped with a water system capable of allowing two humans and two dogs to live off-grid for over a week. Water is plumbed to the kitchen faucet and the outdoor shower. All our drinking water was filtered through a separate filtration system filled by the kitchen faucet.

40 gallon fresh water tank with exterior fill port
7 gallon grey tank (ability to also bypass tank and drain outside)
SureFlow water pump with accumulator
Outdoor shower – housed in the garage and mounted to the rear doors
Electrical System:

Our set up rarely left us lacking the necessary juice. In addition to the 12v appliances in the van, our daily charging needs include a laptop, two phones, and mobile hotspot. On occasion, we cooked with an air fryer or rice cooker and charged our speaker, kindle, apple watch, fitbit, and headphones.

All of the electrical components of this build are powered by two Interstate Batteries – Nonspillable Deep Cycle sealed lead-acid AGM4D

Each AGM4D boasts 200 amp hours of electricity for a total of 400 amp hours. With 300 watts of solar on the roof, Lady May thrives in sunny environments, which is convenient because we often chased the sun and warm weather. In addition to solar charging, Lady May’s house batteries can also be charged while the vehicle is running through the DC battery charger.

On the driver’s side, Lady May also has a 30-amp shore power connection. Great for campgrounds or RV Parks.


In addition to solar power and shore power, Lady May comes equipped with a Cummins Onan RV QG 4000 Generator that supplies power to four outlets and the rear air conditioner unit. The generator was regularly serviced and most recently done in July 2023.

Rear Air Conditioner:

Coleman Mach AC Unit – Off Grid capable and runs completely off the generator (also off grid). We loved chasing the sun and warm but that also meant some very hot days! The AC unit’s airflow is so strong and cooled the entire van down instantly. Such a game changer for warm weather adventuring!


Exterior van build components include three 100w solar panels at the back of the van and a roof top deck. We upgraded Lady May’s shoes during our build out in 2022. She went from commercial grade highway tires to oversized All Terrains. The impact on mpg and road noise was almost imperceptible and the benefits were huge; better handling, a more comfortable ride, better grip in mud, sand and snow.

Roof deck
3 x 100-watt solar panels
Maxxair fan – 7500K deluxe
slider window (Van Windows Direct)
All Terrain Tires –– installed at ~174,500 miles
Fiamma F45s Awning
Included with purchase:

Starlink Standard Kit – Wifi router, cables and base. I used the Starlink in remote destinations to continue working – all you need is clear view of the sky!
VanEssentials insulated magnetic window covers (windshield, passenger & driver’s windows, sliding door window, and two rear windows)
Living in a Bubble Van Bug Screen for sliding door
Please reach out with any questions or interest. We are motivated sellers and will consider all serious offers. Thanks for looking!

– Taylor & Kristina

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