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, Oregon
22,000 Miles
Last Modified March 13, 2023

I’m selling my camper van! Since buying it new, I’ve turned it into an adventure van and absolutely loved it, but it’s time for me to downsize. It’s a partially completed camper conversion, with solar power and lots of amenities in it. It’s in excellent, like-new condition with low miles.

The Basics:
2019 Ford Transit 250 XLT
Long wheelbase (148″).
High roof.
One owner.
Only 22K miles (it’s not even broken-in yet!)
EcoBoost 3.5L V6 engine.
Rear wheel drive.
Limited Slip rear differential for better off-road traction.
Tow hitch and plug for tow lights, with Tow Mode button on the dashboard.
Runs and drives flawlessly. Mechanically perfect.
Everything works like new.
Well maintained. Regular synthetic oil changes (most recently in Feb. 2023).
No exterior or interior damage. No scratches, scrapes, dents, tears or any other damage.
Very clean inside.
Never smoked in.
It’s always lived in Oregon. No rust on it.
Never involved in a wreck/accident.
Clean Oregon title in my possession.

BFGoodrich AT2 all-terrain tires (LT245/75R16, slightly larger than the original factory tires).
Two aftermarket sliding, screened, tinted windows on the passenger side.
LED reverse lights for seeing better when backing up.
The exterior was waxed last summer to protect the paint.

On the roof:
MaxxAir 12V roof fan with thermostatically-controlled automatic on/off feature.
Four 100watt flexible solar panels, able to be easily removed if needed.

Swivel front passenger seat.
Diesel RV heater mounted under the passenger seat (Chinese brand from Amazon). The diesel tank is mounted in the engine compartment with a steel heat shield and heat shield wrap to protect from engine heat. See photos.
Twin-size foam mattress on a bed frame that slides/extends out 24″ to its full length of 80″. A queen-size mattress will fit on the bed frame.
Large storage area under the bed for bikes and gear, with one bike mount on the floor and 36″ of height under the bed.
Closet rod for hanging clothes under the bed.
1.75″ thick Thinsulate insulation on all the walls and ceiling, including inside all 5 doors. A polyethylene sheet of insulation called The VanRug insulates the floor, along with 2 sheets of sound-deadening material and 3/4″ ACX plywood, covered with sheet vinyl flooring.
120V refrigerator/freezer and microwave (run off the inverter).
No sink or plumbing. I use a large water jug with a battery-powered pump for my water needs. Works great for me. It used to have a sink and plumbing, but I removed it all except the sink (can be seen in the photos).
Comes with insulated magnetic window coverings for the two front door windows, along with a reflective, insulated covering for the windshield.
Aftermarket always-on front and rear-view cameras, able to be used while driving. The display attaches to and covers the rear-view mirror.

190AH lithium (LiFePo4) battery with 12V battery heater.
System performance is monitored via a phone app.
40 amp MPPT solar charge controller.
40 amp DC to DC battery charger (charges the lithium battery when the engine is running).
700 watt pure sine wave inverter (for the fridge, fan, heater and power strip).
2500 watt pure sine wave inverter (for the microwave).
Power strip (plugged into the inverter) for 120V power when needed.
20″ TV.
Battery-powered puck lights on the ceiling.
Replaced starter battery with a 70AH AGM Diehard battery.

Ceiling and wall panels.
Kitchen cabinets.

With the larger all-terrain tires and the factory-option limited slip differential, it does very well off-road and in the snow. I’ve been impressed with its capabilities.

Here’s the breakdown on the price. The van as a bare, unimproved cargo van is priced by Kelly Blue Book at about 52K. Adding up the upgrades and parts for the camper build comes to about 10K. At the listed price of 57K, a buyer is getting the parts and upgrades for half the original cost. I’ve excluded from the equation the labor involved in the build. So you’re getting the labor and installation for free. The price does not include the sale of the rear cargo box on the hitch, but it can be negotiated into the sale of the van.

So if you like it, make it yours! This van is so much fun! It works great as a camper van the way it is right now, or put in wall and ceiling panels and a cabinet or two and design it exactly how you want. Either way, you’ve got yourself a very low-mileage, almost-new adventure van at an excellent price.

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