A well insulated starter camper van for those interested in living on less so they can live a fuller life. It looks like a regular work van so you can park in locations without concern of people knowing someone is staying in it. Stealthy! It runs great and has been well maintained. It has some small gravel paint chips in it that I touched up with paint and a little bit of ripple in the finish but not that noticable unless your looking for it. I've put a lot of work into making in insulated and sutiable enough for Wisconsin winters. I did stay in it this winter with a -20° sleeping bag and propane heater that worked great. Anything bellow -10 it started to get pretty harsh but manageable.
Attached are pictures of the the work I completed to insulate and finish. Below is the list:
-Put KilMat sound deadening on inside cealing and walls to reduce road noise.
-Insulated with ISO insulation on the walls, cealing, and under flooring.
-Vapor sealed the flooring, walls, and cealing insulation with HVAC tape.
-Installed 3/4plywood flooring over iso on floor and over joices.
-Painted plywood to protect from mold
-Installed 1/4inch wood grain laminate sheeting on the walls.
-Installed rain shields on windows so you can crack the windows for ventilation on warm raining days.
Kept on service and oil changes. Just got a new oil change at 116406. It has an extra key and automatic locks with remote. Also just got an transmission fluid flush and fill at 107,206.