High Roof Extended Promaster 3500, 159" wheelbase
Take your home wherever you'd like to go!
Bathroom, living space , kitchen, garage storage and full size bed with balcony
4 of 100W, 12V solar panels fixed on separate racks
(2) 100amp battery with space to add (1) more battery
3000W DC to AC power converter
All wires are isolated and connected by clips
Fuse box for safety, fuse for each line
10 (on/off) switches controlling all accessories
Two ventilation fans normal and turbo
6 ceiling LED spot lights
Side and floor hidden LED lights (2 remote controls)
Two USB powered interior fans for sleeping
4 AC 110v power outlets
4 USB power outlets
Refrigerator, propane stove and diesel air heater
12v, 3 gpm water pump. It's on demand so you can leave the power to it on if you'd like
Smart switch to charge the battery from vehicle alternator
hand switch for solar, van alternator, and power supply
switch panels design made by 3D printer
35 G fresh Water Tank
30 G gray Water Tank
5 G black water container
Electric drain valve (manual as well) for gray water
kitchen sink with faucet, love this sink because you can close the top and it becomes counter space when not in use.
hand bathroom sink with pull faucet
stainless steel drains
Hot and cold water fitting lines
Bike wash hose in the back of the van
No hot water heater installed however it does have an extra wire coming off the fuse box and a water supply split if you'd like to install one. I never saw the need for one myself so I didn't fool with it.
rubber U shape preventing bad smell and easy to maintain
Bed size ( 54 x 74) inch full size bed
Towing hitch with electric power as well
Wood balcony on top for viewing
Two accessible fire extinguishers for safety depending where you are in the van
Diesel heater with remote control (heater vents out the bottom of the van)
Carbon monoxide detector is mounted inside the van as well
New engine battery Nov. 2020 @ 364k miles
Installed shelves in the back because my girlfriend and I are mountain bikers and I can haul one bike on top and one on bottom, honestly even if I didn't haul bikes I'd leave the shelf because you can haul even more things such as camp chairs, tools, etc. But you can take the shelves out with just a few screws.
Don't let the mileage scare you, new Engine at 350k miles, new tires at 355k miles, brand new wheels at 370k, of course balanced/rotated and I even got an alignment at the time. Drives excellent now.
Original transmission. This front wheel drive Chrysler transmission is one of those bulletproof trans, it has 375k miles on it, took it to Fowler Transmission outside Corinth for a check-up because I was nervous with the mileage but they said it's still in great shape and wouldn't touch it, and said the fluid looks excellent. They reset the ECM numbers so that the clutch engages at the proper time further extending the life of the trans.
When I bought the van at 350k miles I had a shop ensure the front end, they said surprisingly for its mileage it's in good shape and wouldn't touch a thing (this was just a company highway vehicle previously so it's not seeing those rough and tough city miles). Also had them do an oil pressure test on the new engine.
Overall clean body with a couple small dents
more pics incoming...