Hi there! I'm selling my stealthy converted 2007 Ford Econoline adventure van. This custom build by the awesome couple who went on to establish Coyote Conversions (https://coyoteconversions.com/portfolio) is very well done and made to last. I've had it for almost a year and am very sad to see it go, but my graduate school expenses have left me needing to sell. It features the following:
-E250 Super Duty, extended body, fully insulated
-Cedar ceiling, plywood walls/cabinets (it smells so good!)
-Butcher block kitchen and cabinet tops
-Memory foam cushions/bed with washable custom covers. Bed pulls out into a proper full-size (see photos)
-Cubic Mini wood stove (works very well as dry heat, boiling water/cooking, and is extremely cute/cozy).
-Stainless steel sink with foot pump water system
-ARB 37 quart fridge/freezer
-Electrical system powered by a solenoid and 2 100Ah batteries (powers lights, fan, fridge)
-Dometic vent fan for cooking, cooling (also lets light in). Has working AC.
-Hearty construction roof rack from original owner
-Simple latch cabinets
-Lots of storage space in cabinets and under bed (more than I never needed or used)
-LED ceiling lights that operate on 2 switches
-Hooks for a privacy curtain between front seats and living space
-External locks on passenger and sliding doors
-Easy to customize or leave minimal, haven't put any holes in the walls
-Washable vinyl flooring
-Clear coating the interior wood, as I haven't had time to do it
-Alarm system works, however, the unlock feature has not been working well but it DOES disable the alarm system properly - was told it's an easy fix
-I have very simple reflectix cut-outs for the back windows, but they can be refined (I can provide magnets for making them stay in place)
Let me know if you'd like additional photos or information. Happy to provide them.
The van itself is in good shape. Before I purchased it I had a mechanic inspect it and everything checked out nicely. I have not slept in it since well before the pandemic. I currently drive it very minimally. Safety precautions necessary with in-person interactions, please!