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, South Carolina
6,780 Miles
Last Modified July 12, 2023

This vehicle was designed and built with boondocking in mind. I am not able to fully utilize the vehicle as I intended and have decided to sell it. This vehicle only has 6800 actual miles and has been kept in a covered carport most of it’s life. No damage, no accidents, everything is perfect. I have copies of every receipt for everything that went into this build.

The layout is very functional and the craftsmanship throughout is meticulous. Nearly all corners are trimmed out with aluminum angle. Baltic birch was used wherever possible for its strength and beauty. No expense was spared in this build.

This van is loaded with storage. The bed area is elevated 14”. This allowed me to install the electrical over one wheel well and the water heater and pump over the other. The fresh water tank sits between the wheel wells. The storage compartments under the benches are a full 29” deep! From the back of the van, you can access a 20” wide x 60” long pull-out storage tray. Also built into the back is a Pull-out tray in a compartment built to haul a small generator such as the Honda 2200. On the passenger side, there’s also access to the under bench storage area which also houses the batteries. Two folding chairs fit perfectly in here, along with lots of other stuff. There’s also a Owl Van Sherpa with storage box on the rear door.

The sleeping area is designed in such a way that two people can sleep on narrow (24” wide” benches or you can put the center cushions in and have a queen sized bed. There is a second Lagun table mount in the bed area too so you’ve got some ability to customize the layout to suit your needs. The cushions are all custom made and very comfortable.

This van has a pantry! The false wall at the back of the pantry serves as a wiring chase. The step up to the bed area is a chase for electrical and water, as well as the low point drains so the entire water system cam be drained out easily.

There’s even a folding Freeman bus seat (2-point belt) mounted behind the drives seat with a Lagun table mount. This are is big enough for a very large dog crate too, as long as the seat is folded. This area is also big enough for my two folding e-bikes.

In the space between the beds, I have carried two bikes, or two fully inflated paddle boards, or a 12’ long kayak.

I am asking $118K for this van. Owner financing is not possible. Thank you.

So here is what this beauty includes:

Isotherm spa 20 water heater
Surflow pump and accumulator tank
Pex plumbing
Low point drains for hot and cold water to totally drain the water system
25 gallon fresh water tank between the wheel wells
7 gallon gray water tank for sink (with electric dump switch)
20 gallon gray water tank for shower (with electric dump switch)
Thetford chemical toilet
Delta Shower head with hose in stainless
Locking fresh water supply cap

60” long maple butcher block countertop
Ruvati 15” square sink
Delta faucet with sprayer
Upper cabinet with LED undercabinet lighting
Isoterm drawer 130 refrigerator/freezer
Custom cabinets (Baltic Birch) with stainless slam latches throughout
Pantry cabinet
Portable butane burner for indoor or outdoor cooking
Fold down table on the back of the cabinet for easy outdoor cooking

30 amp Marineco Stainless shore power connection
12V and 110V outlets on passenger side of van
700 Watts of Renogy solar panels on the roof
Maxxair Deluxe fan
Nomadic 12V DC Air conditioner on the roof
Four 160Ah Victron Smart LiFePO4 batteries (640 AH total)
Blue Sea AC (30 amp) and DC circuit breaker panels
BEP Pro Install joiner bars
Blue Sea main fuses and secondary fuses
Blue Sea secondary fuse boxes at front and rear of cabin
Victron Energy Cerbo GX
Victron Energy Smart Solar MPPT 100/50
Victron Smart Battery Monitor
Victron Energy Smart battery protect (multiple)
Victron Energy Multi Plus 12/3000 Inverter Charger
Blue Sea Bus bars
Additional Victron and Blue Sea items
Marine grade wire used throughout
LED puck lights in the ceiling
LED gooseneck lights on either side of the bed
LED undercabinet lighting on all upper cabinets
12V and 110V outlets located conveniently throughout the build

Noico sound deadening used
½” foam insulation under the floor
Thinsulate insulation used throughout
Insulated window covers for side windows
Weathertech reflective window covers for cab area
Espar Diesel heater mounted under the passenger seat.
Large windows with awning style bottom open sections on the drivers and passenger side
Smaller awning style bunk windows in the rear by the bed
Screen across the back doors that hangs neatly out of the way when not needed
Custom screen that fully covers the slider door area with magnetic closure
Scopema Swivels on driver and passenger seat
Thule Hideaway awning with brackets to attach legs to the side of the van
Maxxair fan near rear of the van
12V Nomadic Rooftop AC
Lagun table with two mounts
Owl Van Sherpa on drivers side rear door, along with a large storage box
Falcon 2.1 Monotube Rear Shocks
Sumo Spring Front Bump Stops
24” x 36” white shower pan with stand-up shower
Nautilus retractable shower door
Retractable clothes line in the shower

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