Myself and my good friend both have extensive wood wood working experience which we used to totally customize this 2006 Dodge Sprinter. The van itself has 210,000 miles but we ensured that the original owner took great care of the van and got it checked out by a mechanic. Since buying the van a few months ago, we put in new all terrain tires, a few new hoses, and some other minor things to make sure the van is in great shape. Because we built every part of the van, we were able to put in some special features like a 6 foot plastic table that slides out from the back under the subfloor, a small foldable table on the back door, and beautiful handmade countertops and large table.
Our electrical system is very well designed and includes two 250 watt panels which is more than enough for almost any application. Currently, we only have one 100 amp hour batter, but purposefully left space for a few more and could easily put them in before delivery of the van. It also has a Renogy 40 Amp MPPT charge controller. Connected to that is our 600 watt pure sine inverter than can also be plugged into shore power along with a blade fuse box with our DC lights and water pump. While we don't have a fridge in currently, the wires are already run for a DC fridge that could easily be put in. The inverter powers three different outlet banks. We also have a Airmax deluxe fan that is connected with a fuse straight to the battery. Safety with the electrical system was a big concern, so we made sure that everything is fused properly.
To begin with the conversion itself we put in a lot of foam insulation in the floor, walls, and ceiling with expanding foam to cover the cracks to ensure the van is well insulated. The layout of the van includes two large benches with a table on a telescoping pole that can easily convert into a very large bed. It is in between a queen and king. In the front part of the van we have a large kitchen area with a full countertop that has large drawers on one side with a cabinet on the other that can fit a large portable stove. On the other side near the sliding door is our dedicated sink that has a handle that can pull out and be a makeshift shower. In the sink there is a 5.5 gallon fresh and grey water tank which has a valve leading out the back of the van so you can easily dump your dirty water. There is also a large storage space above the front seats where big backpacking bags can easily be stored.
We built this van with the idea that it would be used more as a camping vehicle that would allow you to go for a couple week trip very comfortably. That being said, we made sure that it was stealthy and could easily be parked in the middle of a city and be mostly unnoticed. We are very open to offers and would love to talk if you want to email back or call me at 404-316-2492.