FOR SALE: 2018 RAM PROMASTER: Winnebago Travato (mostly debadged) Camper Van 59K “L” with after market 400 ah lithium/3000w inverter&charger/370w solar. Ram Promaster 3500 High Roof Chassis 57,500 miles. Asking $87500. Located in Palm Coast, FL.
The perfect boondocking rig. The electrical system for this Travato has been professionally upgraded by AM Solar in Springfield, OR (2019). With 370W solar (Zamp) on the roof, 3000W Victron Multiplus inverter/charger, and 400ah ([email protected]) of LifeBlue Lithium batteries, you can remain off-grid for extended periods. If you like to camp off grid, or don’t have shore power, no problem, the Air Conditioner and all electrical outlets are powered by the inverter. No need to worry about which outlet is the “inverter outlet” because they all work. This system gives you freedom to set up camp where ever you want without having to plug in or pay campground fees. The rig still has the factory installed 2800 QG Onan generator. The generator can be operated if desired by adjusting the input current limit setting on the Victron Multiplus. Shore power, generator, or inverter – you chose your power source and manage on the Victron Color Control.
Professionally installed upgraded electrical system by AM Solar in Springfield, OR.
270W additional solar on roof (total 370W) – Zamp
Victron BlueSolar Smart MPPT 100/30
2x200ah LifeBlue Lithium Battery Bank with Monitor
Victron Cyrix 12/24-230A Liion Battery cmb
Victron Mulitplus 3000VA Inverter/Charger
Victron Color Control Monitor
***BF Goodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires (17,000 miles)
***Ultra Wheels – Black Matte
***Front Sumo Springs
***OBD II: monitor engine performance and systems
***Weather Tech front mats
***Lagun table with original art at base of passenger bed (table rotates over bed or in the entry way for cooking, computer, or happy hour safety)
***Blackout curtain separating cab from living area
Standard 2018 Winnebago Travato Features:
***Truma propane room and water heater – 6 gal
***Novakool 12V refrigerator/freezer
***Cummins Onan QG 2800W gas generator
***6 gallon Propane tank, includes rear regulator for grill or fire pit
***Command Center for water tanks, propane, generator monitoring
***Fiamma Bike Rack
***Fiamma Roof Rack
***Standard roof ladder
***MaxxAir Fan and bathroom fan vent
***Jensen DVD player and Sound Systerm
***24” TV on Swing Arm
***Heated Drainage System/Heat Pads for water system (electric)
***13,500 Coleman Mach Air Conditioner (original)
***Galley: Stainless Sink, 2 burner propane stovetop, convection microwave, two drawers, pull-out wood cutting board
***Full Wet Bathroom: Toilet, Fold Down Sink,Medicine Cabinet with mirror, Shower with curtain, three drawers, closet (bar, shelving)
***Back water access – hose. Shower head also reaches outside
***Black tank 13 gallons
***Grey tank 13 gallons
***Fresh Water tank 23 gallons (city water fill or gravity fill directly into tank, accessible under passenger bed mattress)
***Black tank sani-flush system
***Large Table mounts between the beds – table top also forms the “large queen bed” between the twins
***Driver/Passenger Swivel Seats
***Carefree Wireless Roof Mounted Automatic Awning
***Back door screen
***Under floor storage area
***Front window shades
All warranty work has been completed as well as Service Manual requirements. This has been a great camper van and has served me well. The only reason I am selling is to purchase a larger RV for family. The electrical system truly allows you to camp anywhere for as long as you would like. Electric kettle, coffee maker, induction cooktop, microwave, hair dryer…you name it, this system allows you to plug in any outlet and use whatever you need! The team at AM Solar did an amazing job with the install (see pictures). No smoking rig.
I added peel and stick wallpaper that can be removed if the design is not your style. The refrigerator and door tower have steel panels installed for travel magnets and color – they can be removed and/or repainted. The tables are original art as are the two drawers on the galley. We changed out the “Winnebago brown” drawers to add van art and install latches that actually stay closed off pavement. I also added a lockable door under the Jenson stereo. This is an open cubby on typical Travatos. I wanted an accessible location to store small valuables while in a campground/meet up/city that provided some security. I added insulation in the rear doors and the slider door. Reflectix is used on other interior windows and I added it in all the upper cabinets for heat/cold protection.
You’ll love this van. Just enough personal touch to make it unique, an electrical system that is a dream build from AM Solar (2019), and a RVIA ensured interior build for safety.
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