, Washington

, Washington
22,000 Miles

We’ve made the extremely hard decision to sell our van as we’re in the process of moving and won’t be able to use it as much as it deserves to be used The build was completed this past winter and was done with the help of a general contractor. We built this to stay warm and cozy in the winter for ski adventures and to haul our mountain bikes and surfboards in the summer and fall. We spent some time in BC this winter when the temperature stayed below 0℉ and stayed nice and cozy inside. The garage has removable racks that can hold up to 6 pairs of skis and poles. There’s also enough room to keep 3-4 bicycles under the bed – we’re able to fit an XL mountain bike! The electrical system is built using a high powered 400ah Lithium battery bank and super efficient electronics. We’ve boondocked in it, and without charging, never dropped below 70% of the total battery capacity. We’re including both summer and winter tires, so this is truly a ready to go, 4 season, low-miles adventure van that is priced to sell!

2019 Freightliner Sprinter 4×4

2019 Freightliner Sprinter 4×4

– 2022 Conversion
– 22k miles
– Diesel 170 WB High Roof
– Espar Airtronic S2-DL2 heater
– 400ah LIFEPO4 Dakota Lithium battery bank
– Renogy 3000w Inverter/Charger
– Renogy 40a Battery Charger
– Maxxair MaxxFan
– Isotherm Cruise Freeline 115 fridge w/ freezer
– Dometic 2 burner propane stove
– Water tanks:
– 7 gallon removable fresh water tank
– 20 gallon water tank + water heater
– 9 gallon grey water tank
– 80/20 aluminum framed cabinets
– Lagun table
– Swivel seats for captains chairs
– Magnetic blackout shades from Quest Overland
– Summer and winter tires included
– Bike and ski racks in the garage (can fit 4 bikes and 6 pairs of skis)

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